African Potash drill holes suggest existence of high grade potash seams

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Tuesday, 09 December 2014

While a resource is a long way from being defined, African Potash has confirmed the receipt of data showing that individual samples of sylvinite recovered from Lac Dinga are of high purities. The likelihood of solution mining being viable means that the project could be completed at a significantly lower cost than would be expected from an open pit or underground mine.

African Potash Ltd. has received the assay results for its recently completed drilling programme, which confirm the presence of multiple potash seams at the Lac Dinga potash project located in the Republic of Congo (ROC), sub-Saharan west Africa.

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