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Last 2.33 GBp
Change Today +0.20 / 9.41%
Volume 86.7M
AFPO On Other Exchanges
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OTC US
As of 12:15 PM 09/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

african potash ltd (AFPO) Snapshot

Open
2.48 GBp
Previous Close
2.13 GBp
Day High
2.53 GBp
Day Low
2.25 GBp
52 Week High
09/9/14 - 3.63 GBp
52 Week Low
07/30/15 - 0.28 GBp
Market Cap
17.6M
Average Volume 10 Days
84.9M
EPS TTM
-0.0041 GBp
Shares Outstanding
755.5M
EX-Date
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P/E TM
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african potash ltd (AFPO) Details

African Potash Limited engages in the potash exploration activities in Africa. It holds a 70% interest in the Lake Dinga project covering 702.5 square kilometers located in the Kouilou region of the Republic of Congo. The company is based in St Peter Port, the Channel Islands.

29 Employees
Last Reported Date: 12/31/14

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african potash ltd (AFPO) Key Developments

African Potash Enters into Memorandum of Understanding with a Zimbabwean Fertilizer Supply Company

African Potash announced that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with a Zimbabwean fertilizer supply company with a view to supplying it with 150,000 metric tonnes of fertilizer. This is the third fertilizer Trading Agreement secured by African Potash following the landmark trading agreement with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa and the Mask Africa Crowd Farm Fund Limited in August 2015, underpinning the company's active growth strategy as it looks to build a vertical platform for the mining, production and distribution of fertilizer. Under the terms of the Trading Agreement, which is subject to the signing of definitive transaction agreements, African Potash will source and fund the delivery of fertilizer through its proprietary network and methods, with first delivery anticipated later this year.

African Potash Enters into MoU with Zambian Company for the Supply of 50,000MT of Fertiliser

African Potash, announced that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (the Trading MOU) with a Zambian fertiliser supply company (the Company) with a view to supplying them with in excess of 50,000MT of fertiliser, following an introduction by the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA ACTESA). The Trading MOU with the Zambian fertiliser supply company, which is subject to definitive transaction agreements having been entered into, is being implemented as a result of the trading agreement announced by the Company on 4th August 2015 with COMESA, whereby African Potash and MACFF agreed to supply and deliver at least 500,000MT of fertiliser a year to off-takers identified and introduced by COMESA ACTESA, during an initial 3-year period (subject to a mutual renewal term of 10 years). With regards to this and other transactions African Potash will source, deliver and fund the delivery of fertiliser through its proprietary network and methods. COMESA will receive a commission fee on sales made pursuant to the Trading MOU and will, amongst other matters, use its endeavors to assist on any government related issues in COMESA member states relating to the implementation of the Trading MOU and generally assist and support the implementation of the Trading MOU.

African Potash Limited Enters into Trading Agreement with Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa and Mask Africa Crowd Farm Fund Limited

African Potash Limited announced that it has entered into a trading agreement with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and the Mask Africa Crowd Farm Fund Limited (MACFF), with a view to creating a vertical platform for the mining, production and distribution of fertiliser, focussed on the Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA States) region and beyond. This represents a significant step in the development of the company's corporate strategy to transform into a vertically integrated African fertiliser business. This is the first agreement of this nature entered into by COMESA, the signing of which represents a significant milestone in the African fertiliser industry and provides the company with first-mover advantage. African Potash enters into three year fertiliser trading agreement with COMESA to supply and deliver at least 500,000 metric tonnes (MT) of fertilisers on an annual basis during an initial three year period to off-takers identified and introduced by COMESA.

 

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