Work hard and you will find success

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Gem Diamonds recovers over 23k ct at Letšeng during Q3 ‘09

20 october 2009

Gem Diamonds said it recovered over 23 000 carats of rough diamonds from Letšeng Mine in Lesotho, bringing production to 70 921 carats for the nine months ended 30 Sept 2009.
It also sold 18 640 carats in two tenders at an average price of USD1 710 per carat, bringing total sales for the first nine months of 2009 to 75 305 carats.
These were sold at an average of USD1 408 per carat.
“In the nine months ended 30 September 2009, Letšeng recovered over 540 individual rough diamonds larger than 10.8 carats (totaling in excess of 11 800 carats), which represented 79 percent of the sales revenue from Letšeng,” it said.
The firm also noted that mining costs at Letšeng and Ellendale in Australia continued to be impacted negatively by the weakening of the US dollar against the South African rand (which is linked to Lesotho loti) and the Australian dollar.
Meanwhile, Gem Diamonds chief executive Clifford Elphick said the company had resumed its diamond beneficiation operation.

Mathew Nyaungwa, Rough&Polished from Namibia