Just how Big is the potential for Kavango?
“…I’m hesitant to share numbers because they’ll just sound wild. I am the sort of person who will smash doors down…”
Ben Turney has seen “some really quite shocking” standards of behaviour in the small cap market and has made it his career mission to bully bullies, and represent the little investor against unscrupulous management.
When Sarah Lowther asked him if the Kavanago board was one that needed to be kept in line, his response is that this is a company that doesn’t need whipping into shape because it’s well run by genuine entrepreneurs.
He’s been brought in to add more ‘dynamism’ to the board and has added some of his own money being the owner of six million shares with a view to adding to his stakeholding.
Here he talks with Sarah about ongoing projects at the KSZ (Kalahari Suture Zone) and searching for high priority, carefully delineated drill targets in addition to securing additional ground in the South.
The author was remunerated but does not hold shares in the company