Kimberly Process

Zim to get huge diamond boost but activists irate

Zimbabwe could earn billions of dollars selling diamonds from an area scarred by abuse after a crisis that left the "blood diamond" watchdog tattered.

Watchdog approves Zimbabwe diamond sales

The Kimberley Process has authorised the sale of diamonds from two mining sites in Marange, Zimbabwe where alleged rights violations took place.

Zim appeals for lifting of diamond ban

Zimbabwe Finance Minister Tendai Biti on Wednesday urged diamond watchdog the Kimberley Process to clear the country to sell its diamonds.

Zimbabwe to resume diamond sales, says official

Zimbabwe's mining minister says the country will go ahead and sell its diamonds without approval from the world diamond control body.

Zim mining whistleblower denied bail

A Zimbabwean activist accused of passing information on diamond-mining violations to the international diamond control body was on Monday denied bail.

Rights group calls for halt to Zim diamond sales

Human Rights Watch claims Zimbabwe has broken its promise to halt physical abuse of diamond miners and should have its certification frozen.

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