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6 November 2017
AFRICAN POTASH LIMITED
("African Potash"orthe "Company")
African Potash, the NEX listed exploration company focused on the vertical integration of fertiliser operations in Africa and sub-Saharan potash assets, announces the resignation of Simon Dorling, Peter Hain and Declan O'Brien as non-executive directors with immediate effect.
Simon Dorling has been the lead geologist on the Lac Dinga Project and has decided to step down following the effective date of the earn-in agreement with African Agronomix Limited who are now the operator of Lac Dinga.
Peter Hain has been most supportive of the Company's efforts to bring fairly priced fertiliser to the African Farmer,However, his increased workload on other duties has prompted him to step down.
Declan O'Brien has played an active role as a non-executive director and has been instrumental in developing the Company's trading strategy to focus on selling direct to the wholesale and retail distribution outlets serving the small-scale farmer in particular.
The Board thank Simon, Peter and Declan for their valuable counsel and wish them all well in their future endeavours.
African Potash Executive Chairman, Chris Cleverly, said: "With African Agronomix's participation in the Lac Dinga project, African Potash now has a supportive and experienced partner to help develop this valuable resource. Elsewhere, the Company is developing strategic partnerships as it pursues the building of its integrated fertiliser platform as well as exploring innovative solutions for fertiliser trading which will benefit all stakeholders."
The Company will be announcing Board appointments in the coming months to support its strategy in Africa.
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