Forsys Metals Corp




Forsys Takeover Deal May Be On The Ropes

It’s been a wild ride for Forsys Metals (FSY-T, FOSYF-O) shareholders since George Forrest International Afrique (GFI) said it would need more time to pay up for the company and its Valencia uranium d…


M&A Kicks Up A Notch

As so often happens right after the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada convention in Toronto, the tenth trading week of 2009 saw a surge in mergers and acquisitions activity, particularl…



Forsys Grows Valencia

Forsys Metals (FSY-T, FOSYF-O) continues to grow the Valencia uranium deposit in Namibia, even though the project will not likely be under its control for much longer.



George Forrest Bids For Forsys Metals

While other juniors fight to remain solvent amidst a lurching global economy, Forsys Metals (FSY-T, FOSYF-o) has managed to snag a potential $580-million windfall.


Editorial: Teck teeters, Apex falls

Falling commodity prices took deep bites out of another group of zinc miners during the week ended Nov. 15, the 46th trading week of 2008.


BY SUSAN KIRWINKeith Webb, senior geologist for Extract Resources, uses a spectrometer to show the U3O8 levels in drill core from the Ida Dome area of the company's Husab uranium project in Namibia.

Extract joins uranium stampede in Namibia

SITE VISIT Swakopmund, Namibia — The high-pitched wail from the handheld spectrometer intensifies as the geologist creeps across the dry, rocky terrain of Extract Resources’…


BY SUSAN KIRWINManaging director Peter Batten (left) discusses the Goanikontes deposit with an analyst during a site visit to Bannerman's Namibian uranium projects.

Bannerman aims for top 10

SITE VISIT Swakopmund, Namibia — Bannerman Resources’ (BNNLF-O, BMN-A) Welwitschia uranium project in Namibia is named after a rather ugly plant found exclusively in the…


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