Debmarine Namibia's new diamond recovery vessel to arrive in SA next week

Debmarine Namibia’s new N$7 billion diamond recovery vessel, Additional Mining Vessel #3 (AMV3), is expected to arrive in Cape Town, South Africa next week ahead of commissioning early next year.

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World Gold Council members commit to TCFD reporting

The World Gold Council (WGC) has announced that its members, 33 of the world’s most forward-thinking gold miners, have committed to reporting their positions and progress on climate-related risks in line with their commendations of Taskforce...

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Petra gross diamond reserves down 14% to 33.33Mcts

Petra Diamonds’ gross diamond reserves decreased 14% to 33.33 million carats as of 30 June 2021 compared with 38.86 million carats, a year earlier.

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Vladimir Dyukarev, former COO of ALROSA passes away

Vladimir Dyukarev, a mining engineer, who committed most of his life to the country's diamond industry making his way up from a foreman at the Udachny Mining Division to the COO of ALROSA, passed away today at the age of 78.

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The third J-1 Jewellery Congress to be held in Moscow on September 26-28

The third J-1 Jewellery Congress will be held in Moscow’s Gostiny Dvor Conference Hall on September 26-28. The Congress will become a key educational and business platform for the jewellery industry and will set new vectors for its further development...

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Tiffany’s Taps Beyoncé, Jay-Z, & Basquiat To Break The Internet

09 september 2021

(jingdaily.com) - Tiffany’s latest campaign featuring the ultimate power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z continues to disrupt the US jeweler’s marketing strategy under LVMH. The images, lensed by Mason Poole, form part of a year-long advertising venture which will take over digital billboards in New York’s Times Square. In a nod to the company’s rich cultural heritage, it includes a video of Beyoncé singing the tune “Moon River” from the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s to her rapper husband. The duo also share the limelight with a long-unseen painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat in Tiffany’s signature robin-egg blue and the famous Tiffany Diamond — with 128.54 carats and 82 facets.