Tango cancels services agreement for Angola diamond project

Tango Mining has terminated the services agreement for mining and marketing of diamonds with Cooperativa Mineira Do Moquita, SCRL in Angola.

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Botswana Diamonds renews prospecting licences in Kalahari

Botswana Diamonds’ subsidiary Sunland Minerals has renewed its prospecting licences located in the central Kalahari Desert, in Botswana.

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GSI conducted a full review of Marks Jewelers’ inventory for undisclosed lab grown diamonds

Gemological Science International (GSI), one of the largest gemological organizations in the world, conducted a full review of Marks Jewelers’ inventory for undisclosed lab grown diamonds.

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Aircraft deal involving Murowa Diamonds goes sour – report

Murowa Diamonds has approached the Zimbabwean High Court seeking an order to compel a safari operator to deliver a 1978 Cessna 206G aircraft it acquired for $85,000 last year, according to local media reports.

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India’s Bunder diamond mines likely to be revived

The Bunder diamond project in Madhya Pradesh (MP), India with an estimated 34.20 million carat diamond deposits in Chhatarpur may be revived, according to a report in TOI.

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Could Tiffany & Co. tip the scales in favor of a more transparent diamond industry?

04 february 2019
(fashionista.com) - When Tiffany & Co. announced earlier this month that it planned to start telling its customers exactly where their diamonds come from, it was couched in the bold claim that the company would be sparking a "new era of diamond transparency" by doing so. "Tiffany believes that knowing provenance" — i.e. where diamonds are sourced — "is critical to ensuring its diamonds are among the most responsibly sourced in the world," the brand said in a release. So is Tiffany & Co. really poised to usher in a new era of transparency in the world of fine jewelry?