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    10 October 2017

    Strategists Minerals plc

    ("Strategic Minerals" or the "Company")


    Q3 Cobre Sales (US $2.036M) Sets New Record


    Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), the diversified mineral development and production company, is pleased to provide the following update on magnetite ore sales at the Company's Cobre operations in New Mexico, USA, for the three months to September 2017, and to inform the market of cash available at the end of quarter.


    The Board has reviewed both the previous quarterly reports and the timely manner in which it has reported on project specific developments and has taken the view not to revisit previous progress in the quarterly report but to instead comment on the two key pieces of information that require updating (Cobre sales and cash balances). In this manner, the reports can be produced more efficiently.


    Sales update Cobre magnetite tailings operations

    The spectacular September 2017 quarter sales at Cobre of US $2.036m (29,539 tons) have set a new quarterly record, partly reflecting clearance of prepaid June tonnage for our new client. Accordingly, the figures for this September quarter are approximately 15% higher than current underlying sales. Notwithstanding, these sales levels represent over a 300% increase on last September's sales of US $0.462m (7,686 tons). On the back of this performance, the Board anticipates that 2017 will see the company record its first profit in excess of US $1m.


    The September 2017 quarter sales set a record for quarterly domestic sales with sales and volumes details as follows:

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    The management at Cobre has not only been able to increase sales but also increase profit margins at Cobre to in excess of 60% for the September 2017 quarter. The Board and Management considers that, on the basis of current sales, this profit margin can be maintained throughout 2018 and that annual sales are likely to exceed US $5m.


    Financials and Operations


    Over the period, the parent entity continued to maintain a tight control on overheads which remain, on an annualised basis, under US$1 million (excluding variable project review costs, foreign currency movements and non-cash adjustments).

    With sizeable cash flows, and after meeting exploration costs associated with both Redmoor and Hanns Camp, the Company has a healthy cash balance, which at 30 September 2017 was US $1.627m (30 June 2017: US $1.359m).



    Commenting, John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, said:

    "The September quarter has seen the expectation of profits and cash flow from our Cobre operations begin to materialise. As the Company is now cash generative, we look forward to being able to leverage this comfortable financial position to further improve shareholder value through self-funded drilling programmes and acquisitions via joint ventures and corporate activities.

    "This year has marked a substantial turnaround in the Company's fortunes and, with the continued support of our very loyal shareholders, the Board and Management look forward to driving the Company onto its capitalisation (£100m) and share price (5.75+ pence) targets."
     
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    16 October 2017


    Strategic Minerals plc

    ("Strategic Minerals" or the "Company")


    Term Sheet for Acquisition of Copper Oxide Project in South Australia

    Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), the diversified mineral development and production company, announces that it has entered into a binding term sheet (the "Term Sheet") to acquire, subject to due diligence, the Leigh Creek Copper Mine Pty Ltd ("LCCM"), the owner of the exploration and mining rights and associated copper processing assets at the Leigh Creek Copper Mine in South Australia ('the Project'), from Resilience Mining Australia Pty Ltd ("RMA"). The Board believe the Project represents a near-term low-capex copper production opportunity with early cashflow generation potential.


    Leigh Creek Copper Mine Project

    The Project is based in the northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia and is accessible from the township of Leigh Creek. It has three approved mining leases that cover a number of copper oxide deposits, including Lorna Doone, Lynda, Mountain of Light (Rosmann East and Paltridge South) and the Mount Coffin deposit. An estimated JORC 2012 compliant Resource of 3.61mt @ 0.69% copper for 24,900 of copper metal forms the base of the project. Additional, non JORC compliant, ore sources of 1.8Mt @ 0.68% copper have also been identified within existing mining leases.

    A Feasibility Study ('FS') for the Leigh Creek Copper Mine was completed by Terra Consulting in November 2016 and compiled geology, resources, mining, processing and marketing relating to the Project. The FS focussed on treating oxide copper initially from two open pits (Lorna Doone and Lynda); treating the ore via a heap leach process to recover the copper into a copper sulphate solution; and extracting the copper into a copper cement via two existing Kennecott cones. The processing infrastructure to achieve this is already in place and has been under care and maintenance, although it is proposed to relocate the plant closer to the initial pit.

    Key aspects of the Project include the following:
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    Further details can be found on the Strategic Minerals website (www.strategicminerals.net).


    The Transaction

    Under the Term Sheet, Strategic Minerals will have until 14 December 2017 to conduct due diligence on the acquisition of LCCM and The Leigh Creek Project. For the provision of this exclusive due diligence period, SML will pay RMA AUD 5,000 and up to a further AUD 5,000 for any additional costs incurred by RMA in providing information to SML. At any time during the due diligence period, SML can call for the preparation of the Share Purchase Option Agreement ("SPOA"), under which it would acquire all shares in LCCM. Also, as a condition of signing the Term Sheet, SML is to supply, within seven days of signing the Term Sheet, a AUD 50,000, 8-month, nil interest loan to LCCM.

    On completion of the due diligence, to SML's sole satisfaction, RMA and SML will enter the SPOA for the purchase of all shares in LCCM. Under the first phase, SML is required to provide LCCM a AUD 500,000, six-month, nil interest loan. This loan will not be repaid should SML fail to proceed to phase 2 of the SPOA. Funds from this loan will be applied to completing a detailed plan and budget for larger reactivation of the mine, re-commissioning of one existing ore heap and necessary supporting infrastructure, complete water testing; auger drilling of the existing heaps to identify high grade material in the existing heaps; obtaining regulatory approvals to retreat existing heaps; commencing processes to obtain all necessary government approvals for larger starter pit and completing internal drainage into pit.

    After the completion of the works contemplated in phase 1, expected to be between 3 and 5 months, phase 2, the exercise of the option, will commence. This requires RMA to provide all shares in LCCM to SML in exchange for SML arranging to:

    1. pay RMA AUD 1,000,000 consisting of cash of AUD 250,000 and SML shares for AUD 750,000 to be determined with reference to the SML volume weighted average share price ("VWAP") for the 10 days prior to the exercise of the SPOA. SML will undertake to provide said shares as quickly as possible after the exercise

    2. have LCCM enter a royalty agreement with RMA for 20% of sales, capped at AUD 3,650,000

    3. subscribe AUD 1,000,000 into LCCM shares for Project funding


    Commenting, John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, said:

    "The proposed acquisition of Leigh Creek Copper Mine is a consistent step in the Company's growth strategy of acquiring and developing projects in minerals/metals that we expect to have demand/price upside over the next 3 to 5 years. The Project has near term production and cash flow potential, local product demand and excellent growth prospects, through further exploration or surrounding tenements.

    "While SML will have 100% ownership of the Leigh Creek Copper Mine, the royalty payment will ensure that the previous owners will actively encourage the Project's success. In line with this approach, SML is to secure, through LCCM, the services of key RMA executives, notably Jonathon Trewartha, to ensure that the progress of the project is optimised.

    "Overall, the size of the transaction, the metal and the rapid payback of the project made this an ideal value accretive acquisition opportunity for the Company as part of our aim to deliver and enhance shareholder value and reach £100m market capitalisation in the near-term."
     
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    Strategic Minerals could double with Leigh Creek copper acquisition
    2017-10-27 14:10:00


    Strategic Minerals Plc's (LON:SML) John Peters and Peter Wale sat down with Proactive for an extended Q+A on recent developments at the company as well as plans for 2018.

    ''What we've been proven good at it is identifying value and then nurturing it through to a point where other people start to see it'', John Peters says.

    He adds: ''It's getting more and more exciting as it goes and the lucky thing is we've got such a great group of shareholders and they're following us with it and enjoying the journey .. I just see opportunity after opportunity''.
     
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    30 October 2017

    Strategic Minerals plc

    ("Strategic Minerals" or the "Company")


    Oversubscribed Placing of £1.5m with Exercise of Management Options


    Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), the diversified mineral development and production company, announces that the Company has placed 66,666,667 new ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a placing price of 2.25p per share (the "Placing"). Two employees of the Company (CFO, Julien McInally and President of SMG, Clovis Hooper) have exercised an aggregate of 36,000,000 vested share options at a price of 1 pence per new Ordinary Share, which were then placed on their behalf by the Company. Accordingly, the Company has raised a total of £1,050,000 before expenses. This placing is in line with the Company's strategy of acquiring and developing mineral and metal projects that the Directors expect to have significant value upside over the next 3 to 5 years.


    Key Highlights

    · Placing significantly oversubscribed and increased from initial £500,000 to £1,500,000 - evidencing strong investor demand and support

    · The proceeds of the Placing, which is expected to provide the Company a net total of approximately £1,015,000, will be utilised to secure and develop the Leigh Creek Copper Project in Australia, subject to due diligence (see announcement dated 16 October 2017)

    · A new institutional investor participated in the placement, in addition to the Company's largest existing shareholder, the Manners family

    · To satisfy the high level of investor demand, Mr McInally and Mr Hooper agreed to exercise share options to make more new Ordinary Shares available, whilst also eliminating an element of potential share overhang

    · All Directors of the Board elected to retain existing share options

    · Placing completed at more than five times the price of the Company's last fundraising on 2 November 2016


    Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, Mr John Peters, commented: "Once again we are delighted with the market's response to our approach for equity. In concluding the placement, we have been able to meet the Board's major objectives for the issue of sourcing a key institutional investor for our register, removal of a potential share overhang and importantly funding for the acquisition and development our new Leigh Creek Copper project in Australia, which demonstrates near term production and cash flow generation potential.

    Despite having significant cash balances, the Board took the view that it should fund the Leigh Creek Copper project in anticipation of a successful completion to the due diligence currently underway. The Board considers that Leigh Creek Copper project has the potential to become a dominant project amongst our suite of highly prospective projects and takes this vote of confidence from the market as a sign of the Company's continued upward trajectory. The current funding also keeps the Company in a strong, flexible position with respect to other projects and drilling programmes currently under consideration."

    The Placing has been undertaken within the Company's existing share authorities and is conditional only on admission of the Placing Shares to trading on AIM ("Admission"). Application has been made for the Placing Shares, to be admitted to trading on AIM. It is expected that Admission will become effective and dealings will commence on or around 3 November 2017.

    As a result of strong investor demand, the issue was significantly oversubscribed, and the Directors took the view that, given the size of the oversubscription, the Company should upscale the issue to provide investors a meaningful allocation. The use of Management options to satiate some of this demand has ensured minimal dilution and removed any market sales pressure that may have been associated with Management exercising their options in the future. While Directors were afforded the opportunity to exercise their vested options, all declined reflecting their views on the potential future Company share price and their desire to be long-term holders.

    Total Voting Rights

    Following the issue of the Placing Shares and the exercise of Management Options, upon Admission the Company's issued share capital will consist of 1,322,492,227 Ordinary Shares, with one voting right per share. Strategic Minerals does not hold any ordinary shares in treasury. Therefore, the total number of Ordinary Shares and voting rights in the Company will be 1,322,492,227. Shareholders may use this figure as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company.

    The major shareholder in the Company, the Manners family, participated in the placement and as a result will hold, on admission, 59,389,783 shares in the Company representing 4.5% of the issued capital post admission and option exercise.
     
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    Vox Markets - Justin Waite 31/10/17
    John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals #SML & Peter Wale, Non-Executive Director and Director of Cornwall Resources discuss recent news from their recent Cornwall drill results to their fundraise.

    Strategic Minerals Plc is an AIM-quoted, diversified mineral development and production company with projects in the United States of America, the UK and Australia. The Company is focused on acquiring and developing cash generative, high quality projects which meet local market demand for commodities and utilising this cash flow to undertake value added exploration.
    https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/blogs/...ources-otc-malcy-on-echo-rre-wrl-vog-jog-ppc/
    (Interview starts at 17 minutes 53 seconds)
     
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    2 November 2017

    Strategic Minerals plc

    ("Strategic Minerals", "SML" or the "Company")


    Air Core Drilling Results at Hanns Camp Cobalt - Nickel Project


    Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY),a diversified mineral production and development company,announces the completion of the air core drilling for the nickel and cobalt targets at Central Australian Rare Earths' ("CARE") tenements at Hanns Camp, Western Australia, east of Laverton.


    Key Highlights

    · Successful cobalt and nickel intersections in 23 of the 49 holes completed

    · Extensive air core drilling of 1,915 metres completed

    · Stronger intersections include:
    HCAC049: 24m @ 1.05% Ni eq. from 24m (including, 24m @ 0.75% Ni and 16m @ 0.07% Co)

    HCAC048: 24m @ 0.96% Ni eq. from 24m (including, 24m @ 0.72% Ni and 4m @ 0.10% Co)

    HCAC039: 12m @ 1.36% Ni eq. from 16m (including, 12m @ 0.77% Ni and 12m @ 0.14% Co)

    HCAC028: 21m @ 1.24% Ni eq. from 21m (including, 21m @ 0.97% Ni and 21m @ 0.06% Co)

    HCAC025: 16m @ 1.10% Ni eq. from 16m (including, 16m @ 0.78% Ni and 4m @ 0.06% Co)

    · Substantial zone of anomalous Co-Ni mineralisation extends approximately 1,000m x 500m

    · Potential easy access to minerals with top of mineralisation from 4m to 24m from surface

    · Extensive review of the nickel sulphide potential commenced with engagement of Dr Martin Gole. Dr Gole is an internationally recognised ultramafic Ni expert

    A slightly expanded version of this RNS can also be found on our website www.strategicminerals.net under the investors/presentations tab.


    Chairman of Strategic Minerals, Mr Alan Broome AM, commented:

    "SML acquired 100% ownership of CARE in May 2017 and we are pleased to announce that the completion of the first phase of exploration drilling at Hanns Camp has supported the identification of cobalt and nickel laterite mineralisation. These results are highly encouraging for the prospectivity of the mineralisation and provide a solid base for further exploration.


    "As stated when we commenced this programme, this drilling is the first phase of exploration of the highly prospective Hanns Camp tenements The intersection of both cobalt and nickel laterite mineralisation, over an extensive area, is encouraging and lays the ground work to further examine the initial objective of identifying a substantial nickel sulphide deposit. The addition of Dr Gole brings a fantastic level of expertise to the team and will ensure we are well placed as we move forward with exploration."

    [1]Ni equivalent (NiEq.) calculations based on a Nickel price of US$ 5.35 / lb and a cobalt price of US$ 27.1/ lb.


    CARE Tenements

    In 2016, the Company funded a drilling programme at the highly prospective Hanns Camp located within CARE's Laverton Project. In doing so, it acquired 50% of the ownership of CARE from Rarus Limited ("Rarus"). Subsequently, in May 2017, the Company acquired the balance of the ownership of CARE, which is now wholly owned by the Company.

    CARE holds tenements and has access to mining rights for cobalt, nickel, rare earth elements and gold in these tenements in Western Australia.

    The Laverton Project is located in the 'Eastern Yilgarn Craton Nickel Sulphide Province' in Western Australia that is most notable for hosting the Mount Windarra and South Windarra nickel sulphide deposits located 12km west of the Laverton Project which together produced 8.1 million metric tonnes (Mt) at 1.51% nickel (Ni) between 1974 and 1992. Other more recent discoveries located distally north and south along strike of the Laverton Project include;

    · Duketon Mining's Rosie Deposit that has a Mineral Resource estimate of 1.74Mt at 1.7% Ni including a best intercept of 5.2 metres at 9.13% Ni, 1.09% copper (Cu) and 2.22grams/ tonne platinum (Pt) from 599.71 metres down hole

    · Rox Resources' Fisher East Project (Mineral Resource 3.6Mt at 2.0% Ni)

    · Impact Minerals' Mulga Tank Project which returned a best intercept of 0.25 metres at 3.8% Ni and 0.7% Cu from 212.6 metres down hole


    Hanns Camp Cobalt - Nickel Targets

    In September 2017, a 49-hole air core drilling programme was completed across the extent of the known Hanns Camp ultramafic rocks. The drilling targeted a concentration of cobalt and nickel within the lateritic weathering profile. All holes were drilled vertically and drilled to the depth of weathering. A total of 1,915 metres were drilled with an average depth of 39m.


    23 of the 49 holes drilled intersected mineralisation. Nickel equivalent grades were calculated on the following parameters: Ni equivalent (NiEq.) calculations based on a Nickel price of US$ 5.35 / lb and a cobalt price of US$ 27.1 / lb.

    The stronger intersections are included below:

    · HCAC049: 24m @ 1.05% Ni eq. from 24m (including, 24m @ 0.75% Ni and 16m @ 0.07% Co)

    · HCAC048: 24m @ 0.96% Ni eq. from 24m (including, 24m @ 0.72% Ni and 4m @ 0.10% Co)

    · HCAC039: 12m @ 1.36% Ni eq. from 16m (including, 12m @ 0.77% Ni and 12m @ 0.14% Co)

    · HCAC028: 21m @ 1.24% Ni eq. from 21m (including, 21m @ 0.97% Ni and 21m @ 0.06% Co)

    · HCAC025: 16m @ 1.10% Ni eq. from 16m (including, 16m @ 0.78% Ni and 4m @ 0.06% Co)


    A full listing of the significant intersections is included in Table 1. Assaying was completed on 4m composite intervals. SML propose to complete a second phase of assaying utilising the 1m sample intervals in areas of higher grade. The 1m intervals assays will be completed before the end of 2017 and will be released when completed.
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    03 November 2017

    Strategic Minerals plc

    ("Strategic Minerals", "SML" or the "Company")


    Replacement RNS

    Air Core Drilling Results at Hanns Camp Cobalt - Nickel Project

    The following amendments have been made to the announcement released on 02 November at 10:33am under RNS No 3974V.


    The highlighted depth intervals of the intersections in the below two paragraphs were previously incorrectly stated. The Correct paragraphs are detailed below.

    · Stronger intersections include:

    HCAC049: 24m @ 1.05% Ni eq. from 40m (including, 24m @ 0.75% Ni and 16m @ 0.07% Co)

    HCAC048: 24m @ 0.96% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 24m @ 0.72% Ni and 4m @ 0.10% Co)

    HCAC039: 12m @ 1.36% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 12m @ 0.77% Ni and 12m @ 0.14% Co)

    HCAC028: 21m @ 1.24% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 21m @ 0.97% Ni and 17m @ 0.06% Co)

    HCAC025: 16m @ 1.10% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 16m @ 0.78% Ni and 4m @ 0.06% Co)

    The stronger intersections are included below:
    · HCAC049: 24m @ 1.05% Ni eq. from 40m (including, 24m @ 0.75% Ni and 16m @ 0.07% Co)

    · HCAC048: 24m @ 0.96% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 24m @ 0.72% Ni and 4m @ 0.10% Co)

    · HCAC039: 12m @ 1.36% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 12m @ 0.77% Ni and 12m @ 0.14% Co)

    · HCAC028: 21m @ 1.24% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 21m @ 0.97% Ni and 17m @ 0.06% Co)

    · HCAC025: 16m @ 1.10% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 16m @ 0.78% Ni and 4m @ 0.06% Co)

    All other details remain unchanged.

    The full amended text is shown below.



    Strategic Minerals plc

    ("Strategic Minerals", "SML" or the "Company")


    Air Core Drilling Results at Hanns Camp Cobalt - Nickel Project


    Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY),a diversified mineral production and development company,announces the completion of the air core drilling for the nickel and cobalt targets at Central Australian Rare Earths' ("CARE") tenements at Hanns Camp, Western Australia, east of Laverton.

    Key Highlights

    · Successful cobalt and nickel intersections in 23 of the 49 holes completed

    · Extensive air core drilling of 1,915 metres completed

    · Stronger intersections include:

    HCAC049: 24m @ 1.05% Ni eq. from 40m (including, 24m @ 0.75% Ni and 16m @ 0.07% Co)

    HCAC048: 24m @ 0.96% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 24m @ 0.72% Ni and 4m @ 0.10% Co)

    HCAC039: 12m @ 1.36% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 12m @ 0.77% Ni and 12m @ 0.14% Co)

    HCAC028: 21m @ 1.24% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 21m @ 0.97% Ni and 17m @ 0.06% Co)

    HCAC025: 16m @ 1.10% Ni eq. from 28m (including, 16m @ 0.78% Ni and 4m @ 0.06% Co)

    · Substantial zone of anomalous Co-Ni mineralisation extends approximately 1,000m x 500m

    · Potential easy access to minerals with top of mineralisation from 4m to 24m from surface

    · Extensive review of the nickel sulphide potential commenced with engagement of Dr Martin Gole. Dr Gole is an internationally recognised ultramafic Ni expert

    A slightly expanded version of this RNS can also be found on our website www.strategicminerals.net under the investors/presentations tab.


    Chairman of Strategic Minerals, Mr Alan Broome AM, commented:

    "SML acquired 100% ownership of CARE in May 2017 and we are pleased to announce that the completion of the first phase of exploration drilling at Hanns Camp has supported the identification of cobalt and nickel laterite mineralisation. These results are highly encouraging for the prospectivity of the mineralisation and provide a solid base for further exploration.

    "As stated when we commenced this programme, this drilling is the first phase of exploration of the highly prospective Hanns Camp tenements The intersection of both cobalt and nickel laterite mineralisation, over an extensive area, is encouraging and lays the ground work to further examine the initial objective of identifying a substantial nickel sulphide deposit. The addition of Dr Gole brings a fantastic level of expertise to the team and will ensure we are well placed as we move forward with exploration."

    [1]Ni equivalent (NiEq.) calculations based on a Nickel price of US$ 5.35 / lb and a cobalt price of US$ 27.1/ lb.
     
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