Diamond Mining in Africa
Diamond mining in Africa
is centred on the sub-Saharan countries
South Africa, although countries such as the Democratic Republic of
Congo (with roughly 30% of the world’s total diamond deposits) are only small-scale
producers of the precious stones. The central and southern Africa region produces roughly
49% of the world’s total diamond output per year.
A main reason for this, apart from large deposits throughout the region, is an agreement by De Beers, one of the world’s largest
diamond dealers, to only trade with diamonds from
South Africa in an effort to curb illicit trading and informal
diamond mining in Africa.
MiningIQ helps companies become involved with
diamond mining in Africa and other mining activities with its comprehensive database of mining intelligence. This database lists numerous
diamond mining in Africa projects including contact details, estimated project values, progress and stages of mining. Whether looking for grassroots projects or operational mines to become involved with, MiningIQ supplies the necessary information.
|Tracking and reporting
COAL MINING PROJECTS
in Africa is part of the mining intelligence service available.
Over 150 companies
rely on MiningIQ to help them
drive business within the