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Based on current production rates, Sadpo (South African Diamond Producers Organisation) calculates that South Africa still has a large enough resource to sustain diamond mining operations for at least another century.
The Orange River marks the boundary between South Africa to the south and Namibia to the north. This is an area of active mining for diamonds, which were washed downstream from the famous Kimberley Diamond Area, millions of years ago.
About this opportunity:
-- pending licence
-- greenfields project on private property
-- no community involvement
-- require drilling exploration
-- next to old Transhex operation
-- expect sizes up to 20 carats
-- life expectancy of 25 years
Local miners, engineers, geologists, operators, etc and equipment are available to assist investors and/or operate on their behalf. These people are familiar with the area and its mining methods.
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