Certain directors of the company, plus Savannah’s major shareholder Al Marjan Ltd, subscribed for 23.6mln shares at 3.5p, raising £825,186 for the company, to augment the £1.42mln it raised via the placing that was also announced last month.
Al Marjan maintained its 29.99% stake in the enlarged share capital at a cost of £685,370.
Chief executive David Archer maintained his 5.77% with a £129,816 investment while chairman Matthew King invested £10,000 in subscription shares that represent 0.2% of the company’s shares in issue.
The money raised has been earmarked for a number of things, including work on its Oman copper-gold project, advancing its heavy mineral sands projects in Mozambique in conjunction with mining heavyweight Rio Tinto and to define drill targets at its lithium projects in Finland.
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