The following information and links are provided for the purposes of Rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies.
Afritin Mining Ltd. (Registration number: 63974) was incorporated by the Guernsey Registry on 1st September 2017. The rights of the shareholder may be different from those of a UK incorporated company.
Afritin Mining is a mining company with a portfolio of near production tin assets in Namibia (Uis Project) and South Africa (Mokopane Tin and Marble Hall).
In the terms of the AIM Rules published February 2010 and insofar as it is aware, at 297,464,888, of the Company’s AIM securities were not held in public hands.
Afritin Mining Ltd. is not listed on any other exchange or trading platform other than AIM.
There is no restriction on the trading of the Company’s securities.
The Company is incorporated in Guernsey and is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers
Afritin Mining Ltd. main country of operation is South Africa.
Click on the links below for the relevant information.
- Names and biographical details of the Company’s Managers
- Descriptions of the responsibilities of the members of the Board of Directors and details of any committees of the Board of Directors and their responsibilities
- Afritin Memorandum of Association
- Afritin Minerals Limited Articles of Incorporation
- Share capital information
- Descriptions of the Company’s principal projects
- The Company’s most recent Annual Report and Accounts
- The Company’s most recent Half Yearly Report and Accounts
- All AIM notifications Afritin Limited has made
- Afritin Mining Ltd. Admission Document
- Information sent to shareholders
- 2018 Circular
- AfriTin Form of Proxy
- The Directors recognise the importance of sound corporate governance and intend that the Group will comply with the provisions of the QCA Guidelines.
- The Board is responsible for formulating, reviewing and approving the Group’s strategy, budgets and corporate actions.
- The Group has established properly constituted audit and AIM compliance, nomination and remuneration committees of the Board with formally delegated duties and responsibilities.
- Audit Committee
The Audit Committee has primary responsibility for monitoring the quality of internal controls, ensuring that the financial performance of the Group is properly measured and reported on and ensuring compliance with the AIM Rules for Companies. It receives and reviews reports from the Group’s management and auditors relating to the interim and annual accounts and the accounting and internal control systems in use throughout the Group.
- Remuneration Committee
The Remuneration Committee reviews the performance of executive directors and makes recommendations to the Board on matters relating to their remuneration and terms of employment. The committee also makes recommendations to the Board on proposals for the granting of share options and other equity incentives pursuant to any share option scheme or equity incentive scheme in operation from time to time.