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Sundance restructure enables it to focus on legal proceedings

With the illegal expropriation of its Nabeba iron ore permit Sundance’s primary focus its legal proceedings.

Kore Potash to raise approximately US$11 million for potash project

The Company would not be required to contribute to the capital needed to build the project and would retain a 90% equity interest in Kola.
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Minister of Mines not impressed with Sintoukola Basin projects

Kore Potash continues to communicate constructively with the Minister of Mines to ensure the parties remain fully engaged.
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Congolese government approves drilling at Kore Potash’s DX project

“We have seen improvements in the DX project as each phase of work has progressed, and we are excited to be moving forward with the DFS.”
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Republic of Congo: From disclosure to diagnostics

The Republic of Congo has made progress in implementing the EITI Standard, with significant improvements in transparency of SOEs.

Kore Potash to raise US$7 million for potash project

Kore Potash has announced its intention to raise a minimum of US$7 million to fund a DFS for the Dougou Extension Sylvenite project.
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Kore Potash secures 25-year ESIA certificates for Congo projects

Kore Potash, the Republic of Congo focused junior has been issued its Certificates of Environmental Compliance for its flagship 97%-owned Sintoukola potash project.
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Kore Potash: Big dreams for big potash projects

Kore Potash is looking to reap the benefits of developing its potash deposits in the Republic of Congo.
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Kore Potash raises US$13 million for its Kola Project

Kore Potash intends to raise approximately US$13 million to conduct exploration activities at its 97%-owned Sintoukola Potash Project.

Kropz targets steady-state phosphate production in 2020

With two new African phosphate assets acquired recently – it is targeting to mine 3 Mtpa of rock phosphate from a 1 000 Mt resource within five years.