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21.07.2014
Diamond jewellery is definitely making a mark on gold loving customers
ishu_datwani_preview.jpgIshu Datwani, Founder, Anmol Jewellers is a man in a hurry. For a first generation jeweller, he learnt the ropes of the business in a short span of time and has not looked back since. While still in college, Ishu pursued a course at the Gemological Institute, armed with which he later established Anmol Jewellers in 1986. From then on, it was one fast race for this young entrepreneur, who with sheer grit and determination took the brand ‘Anmol Jewellers’ to unimaginable heights. Here, Ishu Datwani speaks to Rough&Polished in his inimitable style, about his early struggling days in the Indian jewellery market to the present day… and of course his dreams for the future.

14.07.2014
As the world economies grow, the silver will absolutely grow - Michael DiRienzo, Executive Director of the Silver Institute
michael_dirienzo_preview.jpgThe year of 2013 was marked by increased demand for silver. Jewelry demand rose 10 percent, while total demand for the metal went up by 13 percent. Michael DiRienzo, Executive Director of the Silver Institute based in the United States, told Rough&Polished about current trends in the silver market disclosing the aims pursued by his organization and its prospects.

07.07.2014
CIBJO: It was a good and well coordinated job
Alla Nozhkina, Doctor of Engineering, Professor, Head of Research at the VNIIALMAZ laboratory, shared her opinion about the CIBJO Congress held last May in Moscow and about the problems discussed there at the Conference on synthetic diamonds. VNIIALMAZ is Russia’s leading institute in the field of research, development, production and use of natural and synthetic diamonds and diamond tools.





Majwe gets Debswana Cut 8 mining service contract

25.04.2011

Majwe Mining, a joint venture between Basil Read Mining, Leighton International and Bothakga Burrow Botswana has secured a five-year mining services contract at the Debswana Diamond Mine, in Botswana.
Bulk quoted Basil Read, a South African construction company as saying that the mining contract won was for the Cut 8 Phase 2 services at Debswana.
It said this would include mine scheduling, drill and blast, truck and shovel waste removal as well as limited ore mining.
The JV would move 156 million cubic metres of material over the full term of the contract, which was set to commence in June this year, it said.
Debswana had mining operations at Jwaneng, Orapa, Letlhakane and Damtshaa.

Mathew Nyaungwa, Rough&Polished, from Namibia

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