Tag: De Beers

Botswana government says no guarantee on De Beers sales deal by end-2020

A delay would set back President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s efforts to boost a fledgling diamond polishing and cutting industry and create jobs in a country of 2.2 million with high unemployment.

De Beers’ Pat Dambe on how the diamond industry’s shifting ecosystem presents opportunities for Africa’s youth

De Beers Group Diamond Conference was underway but will the global economic crisis affect the diamond industry as well as the conference and how is the industry including more women? CNBC Africa's Yolanda Mabanga spoke to Pat Dambe, vice-President of Corporate Affairs and Government Relations, De Beers Global Sightholder Sales.

Why the Diamond Conference remains a key platform for engagement for the global diamond industry

The Diamond Conference is the only Diamond specific forum on the African continent and over the past 4 years has evolved in size, influence and significance as a key platform for engagement for the global Diamond Industry.

Why De Beers is scaling back on diamond production

Anglo American’s diamond subsidiary De Beers is scaling back production its CEO said.

Here’s why De Beers is moving 200 elephants from South Africa to Mozambique

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Diamond producer De Beers said on Monday it was relocating 200 elephants from its private reserve in South Africa to neighbouring Mozambique, part of wider efforts to restore wildlife...

De Beers orders $142 million Namibian diamond mining ship

Anglo American’s diamond unit De Beers has ordered a new $142 million diamond mining ship as part of its strategy to grow its offshore operations, the firm said on Tuesday. De Beers said...

Production more efficient at De Beers, but sales down

Production more efficient at De Beers, but sales down

De Beers, Namibia launch world’s biggest diamond exploration ship

Anglo American's diamond unit De Beers on Thursday launched the world's largest diamond exploration vessel off the coast of Namibia.