Browsing: Kenya’s gold reserves

Shanta eyes US$500,465 West Kenya gold licences

As of the 31st of December in 2021, these prerequisites were not satisfied, and hence, no sum was recognised.

After purchasing the seven licences from Barrick in a cash-and-stock transaction, Shanta committed to pay Barrick Gold a royalty rate of two per cent on any actual gold production in the future.

During the previous two years, when Shanta Gold has been spending a significant amount of money on feasibility studies to ascertain the true extent of the gold reserves, and whether or not to move on with production, the West Kenya project has not generated any revenues.

The region is projected to produce 1.6 million ounces of gold from its deposits.…