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|“We are excited to be working with African Potash and COMESA/ACTESA on this groundbreaking scheme to supply our """2 million plus""" farmers with timely, affordable and quality fertilizers, to be distributed via e-voucher initiative,” James Chirwa, the ZCF director said.
|You still here banging your drum wave. I've read sheols post and the post doesn't say it's all about funding. You've misquoted yet again for your own ends. The post says HALF the problem is funding. What the other half is we can only guess. One thing is for sure cc has let a lot of people down with all the broken promises. It looks to me like ccs tried to get in on the action and realised it's a closed shop that he's struggling to get into. You can picture it now cc sat on the dog mat waiting for few crumbs to fall from the table. If I was nyiombo I'd wait to see if afpo goes bust to avoid paying them their cut whatever tiny piece they're due which could be £1 for all we know.|
|"Sustainable and widely accessible fertilisers and credit remain a major development challenge to smallholder farmers," African Potash executive chairman Chris Cleverly told the over 250 participants in the second Africa Fertiliser Agribusiness 2016 Conference in Dar es Salaam early last week.
He called upon the government to improve effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of fertiliser use by providing subsidies to smallholder farmers and make them more affordable and eventually stimulate the growth of the economy.
Zambia and Malawi offer good lessons for Tanzania.
CC called upon the government of TANZANIA to improve!!!!!
What does CC have to offer the TANZANIAN government if they listen to him?|
|Is TANZANIA part of COMESA?
Didnt think so
But KENYA is
|The penny finally drops for sheol(LSE) that its about funding.CC hoped that TANZANIA would follow the example of ZAMBIA and MALAWI in providing cheap quality fertilisers through government for the massive amount of smallholder farmers.
I wonder if they used the "CAKED" fertiliser in ZAMBIA that cost a fortune to store :)|
Its all about "FINANCE"
AFPO signs a 500k mt 3yr deal when they had £600k in the bank
Someone has to tell us what the finance deal is "eventually"
And that will be for multiple COMESA countries(initially)|
|Harvest Minerals Limited’s (LON:HMI) Arapua fertiliser project in Minas Gerais, Brazil is a “fantastic one”
6th October 2016
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|Where the deal was done
|WINDMILL’S product portfolio is marketed domestically by a dynamic countrywide marketing team while export business is handled by its external shareholder, Yara Zimbabwe. Over the years, WINDMILL’S products have been marketed in virtually all of the neighbouring countries
How much funding for the finance Facility?
No AFPO or YARA logo's present on the CRU event website
Should we expect a new logo as was seen with OCP AFRICA?
YARA bought GREENBELT for $50M and have just launched YARA ZAMBIA
If it's a JV it would give UK/NORWAY quite a strong posistion within the COMESA region
5 days to go(tomorrow)|
|It has to be "YARA"
Will it be a JV?|
In English the meaning of the name Beryl is derived from the precious stone Beryl, a gemstone of varying colors; often yellow-green
Still time to do a deal with the Norwegians|
|Or should I say no traction! Lol|
|Doing what he does best all mouth and no action|
|At least you can post the link unlike the whinefrother site
All got 15 min slots
Keynote session 4 – Fertilizer nutrient investment in Africa
Moderator: Jennifer Willis-Jones, Fertilizer Week, CRU
09:20 Tanzania’s billion-dollar ammonia plant – project update from key consortium members
Stefan Kratz, Managing Director, Ferrostaal Topsoe
09:35 Dangote Fertilizer Project: leading the way in African fertilizers
Matteo Dessi, Dangote Project Director, Saipem
09:50 The Minjingu mine project
Anup Modha, General Manager, Minjingu Mines
10:05 African Potash experience of developing African fertilizer mining projects
Chris Cleverly, Executive Chairman, African Potash
10:20 West Africa/Nigeria Fertilizer Market, Potential n challenges and role Indorama will play
Balbir Singh, Manager- Business Development, Indorama
Billion Dollar,Dangote and Indorama
What is CC doing mixing with the BIG BOYS?
|10th Oct12:00 The experience of ARM Cement as a major Kenyan importer and marketer of fertilizersPradeep Paunrana, Managing Director, ARM Cement11th Oct10:05 :African Potash experience of developing African fertilizer mining projectsChris Cleverly, Executive Chairman, African Potash|
|world production of potash would have double to meet the present day’s population
29th September 2016
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|IGS wins project in DR CongoDate posted: 27th September 2016drc-flagIGS is pleased to announce the securing of a new contract in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). This project, part of the World Bank-funded PROMINES Project, is to undertake an airborne geophysical survey of six sites in the DRC and to interpret the data derived from this survey. IGS is leading this project and partnering with PGW of Canada and NRG of South Africa.Dr Peter Zawada, Managing Director of IGS, said "We are pleased to have won this work and to continue to expand our operations in Africa. We are hopeful of securing other work in the DRC in the near future and to further expand our business here and in other parts of Africa".|
|A very good day
IGS WINS project DR CONGO
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