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Runner-up: Excellence in Environmental Sustainability – De Beers Group

Towards the middle of 2019 De Beers Group had relocated 100 elephants from its Venetia Nature Reserve in South Africa to a national park in Mozambique.
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Global natural diamond production forecasted to fall again in 2020

Rough diamond prices were down by over 5% in aggregate in 2019, with some categories down by double digits says an independent analyst.
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DFS for Letlhakane underground mine could see development by 2025

Bakani Motihabani gives us a timeline of the DFS at Letlhakane diamond in terms of an underground shaft and the possible role XRT at the Orapa complex.
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Emerald projects benefit from diamond sorting technology

By adapting one of its XRF diamond sorting range of machines, De Beers Group Technology has created a secure and efficient sorting solution for emeralds.
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De Beers Group’s Willemien Potgieter: engineering Zero Harm

De Beers Group’s commitment to safety is unique. This is the viewpoint of the company’s current principal safety lead Willemien Potgieter.
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Heroines and Heritage celebrated in Botswana through diamond design

De Beers Group has announced the winners of the 2018/2019 installment of its Designer Initiative at the 2019 Shining Light Awards Banquet in Gaborone.
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What the new diamond industry will look like

"But while the new diamond world will be alive with opportunities, the ways in which we capture those opportunities will need to evolve." - Bruce Cleaver

Cutifani: What SA needs to build a modern mining sector

Speaking at the Joburg Indaba, Anglo American Chief Executive Mark Cutifani outlined what he believes South Africa's mining industry requires to be modern in the future.
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De Beers pioneers environment-preserving initiative for the history books

De Beers Group has passed the halfway mark in a large-scale environment-sustaining project - the largest ever undertaken by a mining company.
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De Beers Group supports technology for early detection of malaria

De Beers Group has provided R4 million to a company that is developing ground-breaking technology focused on reducing the global malaria burden.

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