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MINING IN AFRICA
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? ZIMBABWE: MINING RECOVERY ?
NOT THE EASIEST COUNTRY, OPPORTUNITIES OUTWEIGH PITFALLS
 
 
 
In the mailing of the link to my January GOLDVIEW I 
mentioned a new addition to The Centre's group of 
SUPPORTING COMPANIES. I have the pleasure to 
introduce to you a company that just recently has joined 
the revival of the gold mining industry in Zimbabwe. 
Mayfair Mining & Minerals Inc., a US company with its management in the U.K., recently 
signed a contract with Conquest Resources (TSXV:CQR), whereby it acquired 4 mineral 
projects in Zimbabwe's most prospective greenstone belt, consisting of three former gold 
producing mines, the Babs Gold Mine, the Beehive Gold Mine, the Piper Moss Mine and 
the  Eva exploration property. The consideration for the  acquisition was $2.0 million, 
payable by 20 million fully paid common shares,  thus giving 
Conquest an approximate interest of 36.4% in Mayfair.
The ultimate objective of management is to get all 4 projects to 
the production stage in the shortest possible time. To that effect, 
Mayfair is now designing a  first working program to inspect, 
organize and evaluate the properties, including a pre-exploration 
program, initial sampling and testing, investigating the possibility to process the extensive 
quantities of tailings, bringing the present reserves up to NI43-101 standards and starting up 
the refurbishing of the existing  mines.  
Another priority is, to prepare and initiate a listing of the company shares on a recognized 
stock exchange or automated quotation system in Canada. In the past the shares were trading 
at the OTCBB, but management has reasons not to repeat that. Discussions with some other 
choices have begun.                 ?
 

 

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?   Although Mayfair is a public company by definition, the shares are mainly in private 
hands. As said above, that will change somewhere in the next few months when the shares 
will be listed. So at this time, you can not buy the shares unless........you are interested in 
participating in the Private Placement that the company is currently undertaking.  
Mayfair Mining & Minerals is seeking an initial financing by 
issuing Units to a total amount of $500,000. The price of each Unit 
shall be $0.10 and each Unit shall consist of one share of the company's restricted Common 
Stock and one warrant to purchase an additional common share during a period of two years 
from the date of the issue at a subscription price of $0.15 per Unit. The proceeds of the issue 
will be used to enable the company to start up its first exploration and refurbishing program 
and to get the shares listed. Should you be interested in this first financing, you are most 
welcome to contact us and we will be pleased to provide more information or refer you to 
the company.
Over the next few months, Mayfair's management will analyze re-evaluate all the available 
geological documentation on the 4 projects and prepare a detailed plan of the next steps that 
should be proposed. A mature financing, possibly coinciding with another listing on a major 
exchange, will be needed then to commence  the necessary work that should bring the 
properties closer to the production stage.  
I am excited about the possibilities that exist in the Zimbabwe gold mining sector, despite the 
presence of some of the known pitfalls. The opportunities outweigh those. The entry of more 
good companies and the influx of international capital into the industry are encouraging and 
telling me something. Having examined the assets that Mayfair acquired and having known 
the Mayfair management for many years, I am pleased to have the company as a supporter of 
my ongoing efforts to inform you and at the same time, be a supporter of theirs. In my view, 
Mayfair represents "a new venture on historically known resources" and a "ground