Media coverage 2018

  • Kropz listing at the LSE [Video]

    An interview with Kropz CEO, Ian Harebottle, at the company's listing on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange on 30 November 2018. London Stock Exchange | |
  • Phosphate play Kropz joins AIM

    South African phosphate developer Kropz (AIM:KRPZ) raised £27.3 million (US$35 million) upon listing on the London Stock Exchange's junior market. Mining Journal | |
  • Kropz raises $35m in AIM debut, unveils all-share deal for Congo phosphate

    KROPZ, a phosphate development and mining company, debuted on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) today, raising $35m in a share offering and announcing the $40m all-share purchase of Cominco Resources – a company it described as owning “one of the world’s largest undeveloped phosphate reserves”. Miningmx | |
  • African miner hires former BHP and British Airways board member ahead of float

    South African phosphate miner Kropz will go public by the end of the month and has appointed former BHP board member and JP Morgan exec Lord Renwick as chairman. City AM | |
  • Kropz confirms AIM listing

    South African fertiliser company Kropz has announced it will join AIM by the end of the month, and added a heavyweight chairman. Mining Journal | |
  • Kropz eyeing dual listing

    JOHANNESBURG ( – Emerging plant nutrient producer Kropz is eyeing a dual listing on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange in addition to seeking admission to trade on the Aim in London, where it intends raising equity capital to fund the completion of its advanced-stage phosphates project in South Africa, cut debt and develop a wider African asset base. | |
  • Kropz may raise ‘in the vicinity’ of £50m in AIM listing

    Commenting in an interview with Miningmx, Harebottle added that roughly 40% of the target funding had already been guaranteed. African Rainbow Capital (ARC) was committed to the development of the company as a developer of a portfolio of phosphate mines. Miningmx | |
  • Kropz targets fund raising on London’s AIM

    Kropz, an emerging plant nutrient producer, plans to raise $50m on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM platform aimed at small companies. The money will be used to complete an advanced-stage phosphate mining project in SA. Business Day | | 289.75 KB
  • Fosfaat blink, al steek dit party in Kropz

    Ian Harebottle, nuwe uitvoerende hoof van Kropz, is vol vertroue dat die Elandsfonteinmyn 'n sukses sal wees, ondanks teenkanting van omgewingsaktiviste. Fin Week | | 530.66 KB
  • The rocky path to phosphate greatness

    Newly appointed Kropz CEO, Ian Harebottle, is confident that its Elandsfontein mine will be a success despite opposition from environmentalists.

    Fin Week | | 530.27 KB