De Beers conducts second translocation of elephants to Mozambique

De Beers has carried out the second translocation of elephants from its Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve (VLNR) in South Africa to Zinave National Park in Mozambique has taken place.

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ALROSA, ZCDC ink JV agreement to develop Zim diamond deposits

Russian diamond giant, ALROSA has inked a joint venture agreement with the state-owned Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) to develop diamond deposits in Zimbabwe.

Yesterday

First Israel Diamond Week in Shanghai to embark on a new era of cooperation

When the first Israel Diamond Week opens in Shanghai today, a new era of cooperation between the Israeli and Chinese diamond industries will be launched, says a press release from IDI.

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Mothae diamond output 36% ahead of H1 target – Lucapa

Lucapa Diamond said its 75%-owned Mothae mine, in Lesotho produced 6,349 carats in the second quarter of 2019, bringing the first half output to 13,267 carats.

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Newfield seeks to increase Tongo resource

Newfield Resources has commenced further drilling and diamond assays on the Panguma kimberlite, which is located to the west of the Kundu and Lando kimberlites, in Sierra Leone.

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How mine tailings could help in the fight against climate change

19 june 2019
(thewest.com.au) - An international research team is investigating the use of natural bacteria to accelerate carbonation of mine site tailings, a process which could see the waste product used to combat climate change. Scientists have discovered cultivation of cyanobacteria on certain mine tailings such as diamond, nickel and asbestos, can rapidly advance the rate at which carbon sequestration occurs.