Zim Consolidated Diamond Company Says It’s Discovering Large Diamonds In Chiadzwa

Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) chief executive officer, Dr Morris Mpofu has said that his company has extracted large diamonds from the Chiadzwa diamond fields. Speaking to the Sunday Mail, Mpofu said,

We are pleased to announce the recovery of some large diamonds from our flagship operations in the Chiadzwa area. The latest and largest recoveries include a 23-carat gem quality stone, a 65-carat near-gem quality stone and a 45-carat borat stone.
The recovery of these large stones underlines the large stone potential of the Chiadzwa diamond fields.

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…Where there are troughs within the basement profile, the conglomerate is typically of large clast sizes. As a basic rule, the larger the clasts the larger the diamonds. ZCDC expects to find large diamonds within the basin; larger diamonds would settle in similar depositional environments as the larger mature clasts.

More: Sunday Mail



Chiadzwa is an area which falls under Marange. It was well known for its vast diamond reserves and alluvial mining. Chiadzwa was at the centre of activity between 2003 and 2006 due to massive informal diamond mining which was taking place. The area attracted informal... Read More About Chiadzwa

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One Comment on “Zim Consolidated Diamond Company Says It’s Discovering Large Diamonds In Chiadzwa

  1. Diamonds are like hard currency this means we ONLY need our economy to be jump started put proper control mechanism of making sure the yield will be used for the benefit of the people and in turn it’s used to revitalise other sectors. This can only be done in a secure and peaceful environment where sanctions have been removed This is very close if we get legitimate to the I international community. The question every Zimbabwean should ask themselves is do peace loving ZIMBABWEANS need people who are trying to furn unrest. To be honest we do not unrest breeds violence. This is a warning to anybody who is mooting such a scenario and demanding things like peacekeeping force who has the money to fund such paranoid crap those who are au fait with the cost of logistics and mobilisation of such force on the surmise of violent elections have barren mind’s. Everybody should go to the elections we do not care who wins as long as we peacefully progress. As ordinary people we want sanctions removed money in our bank health education and jobs and above all peace and freedom.Shun people who are advocating for unrest because it pushes our suffering further Zimbabwe is a sovereign state intervention needs protocol so the likes of Ibo I do not know who is funding your crap which seems to support Mugabe coz you are crying fowl of the legitimacy of Emmerson s presidency and echoing Mugabe’s rhetoric we have moved guys you can travel the world preaching you nonsense about peace keepers but nobody will listen 1980 deserved peacekeepers because there were three armies Zanla Zipra and the Rhodesian today we have the Zimbabwean army so the peace keeper will be coming for you subdue the Zimbabwean Army so that Chamisa and them are going to feel safe. Politics is a risky game whoever enters in the must have a crash helmet if you have got non go in and pray a rock will not hit you head we want elections and legimacy sanctions removed like yesterday any idiot who want guarantee that they will win must stop smoking weed that’s why it is an election if you lose you live to fight another day we want peace process and prosperity those who want to stall that will be left behind

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