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Kropz

Kropz water-use licence appeal hearing set for September

AIM-listed emerging African phosphate explorer and developer Kropz has been notified that from 3 September 2020, three days have been scheduled for the hearing against the Elandsfontein phosphate operation’s valid integrated water-use licence.
Kropz

Kropz water-use licence appeal hearing postponed

AIM-listed emerging phosphate explorer and developer Kropz says that the appeal hearing against Elandsfontein's valid integrated water use licence, which was due to reconvene on 16 March, has been postponed.

New phosphate development on the horizon

AIM-listed phosphate mine development company Kropz may be looking to bring its Western Cape-based Elandsfontein operation into production early in 2020.
London Stock Exchange

Kropz raises £27.3 million with listing

Kropz has announced that Admission and dealings in ishares on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange commenced at 08h00 today, 30 November 2018.
Women

VIDEO: Celebrating phenomenal women in mining

In honour of womens' month, Mining Review Africa editor Laura Cornish discusses the role that women are currently fulfilling in the mining industry, why they are doing a fantastic job and in light of this, the need for a great population of the female gender in the sector.
Kropz

Kropz’s COO – proving women can do a man’s job well

The mining industry has moved far beyond the space where women need to ‘cope’. In my experience, the mining industry attracts a certain type of personality.
Minbos

Kropz looks to trade on AIM

Kropz, an emerging plant nutrient producer with an advanced stage phosphate mining project in South Africa and exploration assets in West Africa, has announced its intention to seek admission of its share capital to trade on AIM in the second half of 2018.

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