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Catoca diamond mine - Wikipedia
The Catoca diamond mine is the fourth largest diamond mine in the world, and is located in Angola. The mine is owned by a consortium of international mining interests, including Endiama (the state mining company of Angola) (32.8% ownership), Alrosa of Russia (32.8%), Odebrecht of Brazil (16.4%), and the Diamond Finance CY BV Group (16.8%).
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Angola: Huge Catoca Diamond Mine Slashes Production for
The Catoca mine in Angola, the world's fourth largest diamond mine, has cut its production 2020 guidance by 80%, IDEX Online reports.. Credit: Lucapa . The state-owned miner Endiama, which operates the mine together with Alrosa, has revised its output to 2 million this year, instead of the 10 million it had originally forecast.
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Diamond trader Leviev buys part of Zambias emerald mine
Lev Leviev, who made his fortune undercutting De Beers’ former diamond monopoly, has bought half of one of Africa’s biggest emerald mines. Leviev bought into the Grizzly emerald mine in Zambia’s Copperbelt province, which borders the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kombadayedu Kapwanga, MD Leviev’s Namibian unit, said by phone. The operation has been renamed Gemcanton Investments Holdings.
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Angola’s Catoca Diamond Mine Appoints Russian Managing
Catoca, which produces about 75 percent of Angola’s gems, is 32.8 percent-owned by Endiama with OAO Alrosa, Russia’s largest diamond producer, holding the same stake.
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Located near Saurimo in the Lunda Sul province of Angola, the Catoca diamond mine is an open-pit mine that has an expected mining life of 30 years and is scheduled to be closed in 2038. Owned and operated by a joint venture Angolan mining company, Sociedade Mineira de Catoca, it is one of biggest kimberlite pipes situated in the Lucapa
Alrosa to mine first diamonds from Angola in mid-2020
Luaxe is located 25 km from the giant Catoca operation — Angola's largest diamond mine — and is estimated to have the potential to yield up to 350 million carats of diamonds during its
Angola: Huge Catoca Diamond Mine Slashes Production for 2020
The Catoca mine in Angola, the world’s fourth largest diamond mine, has cut its production 2020 guidance by 80%, IDEX Online reports. Credit: Lucapa The state-owned miner Endiama, which operates the mine together with Alrosa, has revised its output to 2 million this year, instead of the 10 million it had originally forecast.
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The first customer of this unique scanner under the serial number 001 was CATOCA diamond mine from Angola searching in 1999 the solution to prevent the theft of diamonds. Today these CONPASS units are still working to a high standard. During the 20 years of cooperation with CATOCA the CONPASS units installed there have made over 1 million scans.