Sustainable Development Report -2017

The business coninued to demonstrate good safety performance and safe producion with no Lost Time Injuries (LTI) in 2017.

Sustainable Development Report-2018

Murowa Diamonds is proud to present the Sustainable Development Report for the 12 month period ending 31 December 2018.

Community Partnership

Mur..owa Diamonds’ operations impacts five communities – Mutambi, Mhototi, Murowa, Indaba, Davira and has

Resettlement

The diamond-bearing kimberlite pipes discovered by Murowa Diamonds were located in an area that was already populated with more than 140 families living on the footprint of the proposed mine site. Murowa Diamonds used World Bank guidelines to resettle families to Shashe, about 150 kilometres east of Murowa.

Shashe Resettlement

In partnership with the relevant government departments, such as the Departments of Agriculture and Physical Planning, and the District Development Fund, we prepared plots for 365 settlers, and completed land allocation to the settlers.

From the Mine to the Market

Murowa Diamonds produces beautiful diamonds that are typically large, predominantly white, gem quality and are ideal for the bridal/status markets around the world.