TSX-listed diamond miner Lucara Diamonds has without doubt one of the most operationally attractive kimberlite projects in Africa. Situated in Botswana, the Karowe mine and process plant continuously and consistently recovers large, high quality diamonds – providing the company with sufficient cash to execute the next phase of its strategy – delivering a second diamond mine or at least additional feedstock from alternative sources, CEO William Lamb tells Laura Cornish.

Since production start-up in May 2012, Lucara’s 100% owned Karowe project has produced multitudes of large diamonds, including numerous +100 carats and a few exceeding 200 carats as well. Many of these are also extremely high in value and continue to attract significant private fund interest.

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