DIAMONDS Mining News

Designer wants to move diamonds off your finger and onto your nose

"Add a little punkiness to it."

Lukas Lundin “very encouraged” by North Arrow bulk sample

A tight community of stock brokers, promoters and Canadian diamond investors saw some excitement today as North Arrow Minerals (NAR.V), a diamond explorer with active projects in Nunavut, Saskatchewan and elsewhere in Canada, halted its stock pending news.

The top diamond mines in the world

The ten largest diamond mines in the world by measurable reserves contain more than one billion carats of recoverable diamonds.

Are you ready for the January effect?

As far back as 1942, economists have noted that small-cap companies in particular tend to surge at the beginning of the year in a cycle known as the January Effect.

Zimbabwe miners to shut down after diamond resource exhausted

Two of the seven miners at Marange, Anjin and Jinan, will be shutting down.

Australian mining company sues Botswana

Mount Burgess sues after Botswana denies license renewal.

Diamond financing key theme at Dubai Diamond Conference

Diamond financing will take centre stage at the Dubai Diamond Conference 2013 (DDC 2013), the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) confirmed today.

BHP Billiton promotes Andrew Mackenzie to CEO

Australian miner plans transition to start in May as Marius Kloppers retires.

Russian diamonds exempt from WTO regulations under Kimberly Process

The Kimberley Process, ensuring good origins of diamonds, imposes restrictions prohibited by the WTO, but the latter agreed in 2003 to grant exemptions to the process' members.

Scio Diamond to raise shipments on record output

Artificial diamond-maker Scio Diamond Technology (OTC_BB:SCIO) has announced plans to dramatically raise shipments on the back of record production levels.

Australia pushes for expansion into African mining

Australia's political and business leaders signaled their emphatic support for the country's increased involvement in the African mining sector at a conference in Perth on Thursday.

Funeral company brings fresh meaning to the phrase 'diamonds are forever'

A US company is providing a novel new service to the recently bereaved by converting the remains of deceased loved ones into one of the world's most imperishable substances - genuine diamonds.

Zimbabwe strike cripples diamond operations of military-backed Chinese firm

A strike by over a thousand employees of Anjin Investments has crippled the Chinese company's Zimbabwe-based diamond mine.

Zimbabwe announces complete nationalization of country's diamonds

The Zimbabwe government has announced plans to implement total nationalization of the country's diamond industry.

Centaurus Diamond Technologies, Inc.: how diamonds are made not born

Diamonds can also be made in factories by squeezing Carbon in massive presses at high temperature and pressure (HPHT). Manufactured Diamonds have great utility in industrial tools and as abrasives.

Sweetwater Resources announces new directors

Mr. Wayne Prentice and Mr. Bryan Kerrison have joined the Board of Directors of the Sweetwater Company. Sweetwater is known for making diamonds that are structurally identical to natural diamonds.

Diamonds surpassing gold as Indian investors' key target

Times of India reports that diamonds have surpassed gold in the country as key objective for investment, particularly among wealthy individuals who are wary of the volatility in the prices of gold.

Mining giant turns to content marketing to attract quality candidates

Australia, Canada, South Africa and many more countries are courting a small, transient, global workforce of engineers, geologists and metallurgists to keep their mining, oil and gas, and energy operations running. What can these major corporations do to secure the right talent? If you’re Rio Tinto, you turn to content marketing.

'Botswana diamond mines best in the world'

Botswana Diamonds recently listed on the Aim Market mining sector and says plans are underway to have a secondary listing on the Botswana Stock Exchange. Executive chairman of Botswana Diamonds John Teeling recently had an interview with proactive...

Diamond market would almost double by 2020

Latest report from Bain & Company says that diamond industry will grow more than 6 percent a year over the next decade, which will hold up prices even through periods of volatility.

South Africa's diamonds dynasty kissing the business good bye

The Oppenheimers, the dynasty involved in South Africa's diamond industry for a century, sold their 40 percent stake in De Beers to Anglo American.

African mining, De Beers, BEE – Oppenheimer speaks out

De Beers chairman Nicky Oppenheimer told a Washington audience Thursday that Africa has a bright future if its leaders embrace globalization and allow the private sector to flourish.  "Globalization is a huge force for good," […]

Diamcor Mining Inc. (TSXV: DMI) – Initiating Coverage – Near Term Diamond Production Adjacent to South Africa’s Top Diamond Producing Mine; Growth Potential

Investment Highlights Diamcor Mining Inc. is a TSX Venture listed junior mining company with an established operational history which is focused on acquiring quality near-term production based diamond projects. The company is currently focused on developing […]

De Beers CEO steps down after buoyant H1

“De Beers, the world’s biggest diamond producer, said that its chief executive has resigned, in a suprise announcement on Friday after reporting a surge in first-half net profits on the back of a rebound in […]