Africa Mining: “Angola to hold first diamond auction in January” – Sodiam says

Africa Mining: “Angola to hold first diamond auction in January” – Sodiam says

Angola will conduct its first diamond auction in January as part of the southwest African country’s plan to open its economy to foreign investors, state-owned diamond-trading company Sodiam said.

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Africa Mining: Zimbabwe to let two new private miners dig for diamonds

Africa Mining: Zimbabwe to let two new private miners dig for diamonds

Zimbabwe’s government is letting two new private companies mine diamonds in the country and may even allow foreign investors to hold majority stakes in local operations on condition that part of their output is reserved for domestic downstream industries.

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Africa Mining: Zimbabwe sees no radical change for platinum, diamond ownership

Africa Mining: Zimbabwe sees no radical change for platinum, diamond ownership

Zimbabwe does not plan to change its ownership rules for diamonds and platinum, its mining minister said on Monday, denting hopes among some miners the country will open up ownership as it announces mineral frameworks in coming weeks.

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Africa Mining: Zimbabwe resumes diamond sales, expects to auction 1.56 million carats

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Mines, Winston Chitando, held a press conference this week to announce that, following its one-year break, the country has resumed diamond auctions and expects to sell 1.558 million carats of diamonds over the next two months.

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