Marange’s T1A concession has significant potential, says Botswana Diamonds

Botswana Diamonds and its partner Vast Resources have received a positive preliminary geological valuation of the Heritage Concession (Block T1A) within the Marange diamond fields of Zimbabwe.

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Russia’s Ministry of Finance supports the creation of the Jewellery Competence Center in the Kostroma region

Russian Minister of Finance Aleksey Moiseev said that the Ministry of Finance supports the initiative to organize the Jewellery Competence Center in the Kostroma region, which is a leader in jewellery manufacturing by volume in Russia, says a report...

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Zambia’s proposed mining tax increases retrogressive – report

The Association of Zambian Mineral Exploration Companies (AZMEC) said the country’s planned mining tax increases will affect mineral exploration and production in Africa’s second biggest copper producer.

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Brett O’Connor appointed new Bonhams Jewelry Director

Bonhams said Tuesday that it appointed Brett O’Connor its Senior International Jewelry Director and Senior Vice President for the US, according to Rapaport.

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The RAS net income of PJSC ALROSA during 9 months grew by 42% to 72.8 bn roubles

PJSC ALROSA , the head company of ALROSA Group, has published its financial results under the Russian accounting standards (RAS) for the three quarters of 2018.

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De Beers scoops Peregrine’s Chidliak diamond prospect for C$107m

23 july 2018

(miningmx.com) - De Beers said it had secured one of Canada’s best undeveloped diamond deposits following a C$107m cash transaction in which it bought outstanding shares in Toronto-listed Peregrine Diamonds. “With a strong outlook for consumer demand, we are seeking new opportunities to invest in our future supply potential and look forward to growing our portfolio in Canada and working with community partners in the Nunavut Territory as we further develop the project,” said Bruce Cleaver, CEO of De Beers referring to Peregrine’s Chidliak property.