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2 years 2 months ago #56 by flynn
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Who ever is selling must be taking a huge loss, cause they hasn't this manyshares traded in all the days since the 2 for 1 3 years ago. Thats when 70 cents became 35 cents. Aĺl we need is a few more news reports to keep this momentum. Good ones

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2 years 2 months ago #55 by flynn
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another good volume day, best 2 days in years.

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2 years 2 months ago #54 by RonS
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I think trading and volume will be different now. The company has been in a blackout period for over a year as they could not say anything or promote the stock while these events were going on behind the scenes. Now it is starting to come out and I would bet we will learn some more details in the weeks and months ahead. There is still their other applications to come that are probably not so politically sensitive

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2 years 2 months ago #53 by flynn
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I do want to stay positive, but remember 100 shares can take this right back down . Been here before. We need many days of great volume like today . I will make my mine up if im sticking around when i hit my break even point.

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2 years 2 months ago #52 by lynnsa10
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WOW this is huge. I think this is the key paragraph in the news


In the department of Antioquia, Colombia, where the application was made, the Secretary of Mines processes applications and issues titles. The company's partner, which made the application, received a review of the application from Secretary of Mines stating the application was being denied for various reasons including: (i) its determination that the area is too small to become a mine; and (ii) the application would interfere with a large mining operation. Colombian Mining Code 685 of 2001 does not specify a minimal size for titles, nor does the mining code make any reference to interfering with mining operations. In fact, according to the company's Colombian legal counsel, the mining code is clear, in that it is a first-in-time system for open areas with no minimum size and a maximum size of 10,000 hectares. An open area is considered an area that is available for application, is not covered by a title or another previously applied for application and is not located in a sensitive area. The application for open areas over the Gramalote deposit and surrounding areas cover a total of just less than 30 hectares. This compares to a recently issued title in Colombia that covered less than 0.1 hectare.


Obvious they just making excuses because the other party (Anglo) does not want to see ZON get those claims

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2 years 2 months ago #51 by GoldnBoy
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Good volume, 556,000 so far - looks like it will be a record day. I think this thing is evolving into a different beast

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2 years 2 months ago #50 by GoldnBoy
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Great news, now we know why it took so long - I am sure the mining department was hoping this went away. I wonder how long before AngloGold and B2 Gold issue news on this?

ZONTE METALS ENGAGES LEGAL COUNSEL TO PURSUE APPLICATION OVER THE GRAMALOTE TARGET, COLOMBIA

As announced in a press release dated March 26, 2014, Zonte Metals Inc., in collaboration with several Colombian partners, made applications for mineral titles in Colombia. One of the applications was made over open ground sitting over the Gramalote deposit which is a joint venture between AngloGold Ashanti and B2Gold. This application was subject to review by the Secretaria de Minas (Secretary of Mines), department of Antioquia, Colombia, which has acknowledged the area under application has open ground, but notified the company's partner that it is denying the application. Zonte and its partner have now engaged legal counsel to challenge this decision. Legal counsel has advised the company that it is of the opinion the application was not processed in accordance with the Colombian Mining Code.

The Gramalote deposit is reported to contain 2,535,000 ounces of gold in the total measured and indicated categories grading 0.81 grans per tonne gold at a cut-off of 0.25 g/t Au (source B2Gold's National Instrument 43-101 technical report dated June 8, 2012). The application in question was made over open ground between titles sitting on top of the Gramalote deposit and surrounding areas. A map of the application area illustrating the open areas applied for can be found on Zonte's website. Multiple open areas were identified and included in the application, including one continuous area of approximately 17.8 hectares in the Gramalote deposit area. Within the deposit area, a continuous open area sitting over the deposit and between titles measures 21 metres in width and nearly 600 metres in length, and an additional area measures 13 metres in width and nearly 400 metres in length. These areas are also continuous with another open area just east of the Gramalote deposit which measures 58 metres in width and over 500 metres in length.

The company's agreement with its partner provides that its partner will receive common shares of Zonte in consideration for its assistance in making the applications for and on behalf of Zonte. Pursuant to the agreement, Zonte's partner will not retain any direct interest in the titles.

In the department of Antioquia, Colombia, where the application was made, the Secretary of Mines processes applications and issues titles. The company's partner, which made the application, received a review of the application from Secretary of Mines stating the application was being denied for various reasons including: (i) its determination that the area is too small to become a mine; and (ii) the application would interfere with a large mining operation. Colombian Mining Code 685 of 2001 does not specify a minimal size for titles, nor does the mining code make any reference to interfering with mining operations. In fact, according to the company's Colombian legal counsel, the mining code is clear, in that it is a first-in-time system for open areas with no minimum size and a maximum size of 10,000 hectares. An open area is considered an area that is available for application, is not covered by a title or another previously applied for application and is not located in a sensitive area. The application for open areas over the Gramalote deposit and surrounding areas cover a total of just less than 30 hectares. This compares to a recently issued title in Colombia that covered less than 0.1 hectare.

After initially being rejected, Zonte's partner petitioned the Secretary of Mines on a number of occasions to have the application processed in accordance with the mining code. Although these petitions are required to be answered within a specific time frame, they typically went unanswered, or were answered months after the deadline. These petitions were prepared by a legal adviser of the company's partner, who has extensive experience with the mining code and who is of the opinion that the application was not processed in accordance with the mining code. In August, the company's partner presented a tutela request to the first-level court. This tutela is a court order for which the Secretary of Mines must respond in a required amount of time to the issue presented in the tutela, which in this case was to have the application processed by the Secretary of Mines. The tutela was issued by the court in August, 2015, and had a deadline of early October, 2015. On Oct. 5, 2015, the Secretary of Mines presented a petition in the second-level court of Medellin requesting more time to process the application. This request was rejected by the higher court, which ordered that the application had to be processed in 10 days.

In light of the above, the company's partner submitted what's known as a descato request to the second level court. The descato request effectively requires the Secretary of Mines to respond and process the application in a manner of days. The court agreed and issued a descato order and on Oct, 20, 2015, the Secretary of Mines responded to the order, in which it continued to deny issuing the title for a number of reasons, including those mentioned above. The company notes that both the tutela and descato court orders are an official request to respond in a specific time. The court orders do not have the authority to demand the application be processed in accordance with the mining code.

Zonte's partner responded to the Secretary of Mines' latest response of the application review on Nov. 4, 2015, indicating it does not agree with the review, and is of the opinion, as does its legal counsel, that the review has not followed the Colombian Mining Code. Until now Zonte's partner and its legal counsel have led the efforts to have the application processed in accordance with the mining code. From here on, Zonte, along with its partner, will jointly, with their legal representation, proceed in this effort. Legal counsel are reviewing all documentation and preparing to proceed through necessary channels to have the issue resolved. Zonte will provide updates of the progress as developments materialize.

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2 years 2 months ago #49 by flynn
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news out today< FINALLY. now I guess I know why it was taking so long. they got rejected. Maybe I see a bright light, the new release mentioned they have partner's B2G and AngloGold Ashanti (not to shabby)
Funny, that the stock was halted. don't they know this stock has no buyers or sellers.
with those partners, I believe if this permit was granted will would be over pre split share price.

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2 years 2 months ago #39 by lynnsa10
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I hold a good chunk of this too, have averaged down a couple times. The paint on my shares is rock hard now. Hope news comes out soon would be a nice XMAS gift with my new Stompy Heavy Gear game!!!

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2 years 2 months ago #32 by GoldnBoy
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Yup, I am long and strong. I think the majority are a pretty loyal shareholder base waiting on this big thing in Columbia to happen, but wtaching paint dry has been more exciting

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2 years 2 months ago #31 by flynn
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Anyone here holding this stock? Its been along long time for me. Seems like there is never any sellers or buyers with the lack of volume over the years. Just wondering if anyone one else is holding this

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