South Africa likely to play significant role in Congo potash project Mining Weekly Online’s Martin Creamer interviewing Kore Potash’s Sean Bennett and Gavin Chamberlain. Photograph: Dylan Slater. Video and Video Editing: Nicholas Boyd.

South Africa is likely to play a significant role in the development and construction of the large new potash mine and processing plant that is being planned in the Republic of Congo (RoC) at an expected capital cost of $2-billion. Potentially one of the lowest operational cost potash projects in the world, the large Kola project being developed by the triple-listed Kore Potash has major advantages of being close to the coast, high in grade, shallow and directly opposite the export destination of Brazil. (Also watch attached Creamer Media video).