Latest articles on Zimbabwe Diamonds

Zimbabwe’s diamonds bleed people

Mining by the state has brought human rights and environmental abuses to Marange villagers

Zim in move to axe gem middlemen

Government is looking to hold its own diamond auctions for international buyers later this year, in a move aimed at cutting out expensive middle-men.

Report accuses Zimbabwe of stealing diamond money

About $2-billion worth of diamonds have been stolen from Zimbabwe's eastern diamond fields and have enriched President Robert Mugabe's ruling circle.

Zim diamond auction to go ahead despite activists’ ire

Kimberley Process-approved diamonds from Chinese-Zimbabwean venture Anjin will be put on sale on Friday, despite criticism from Human Rights Watch.

MDC wants Marange nationalised

Zimbabwe's opposition party claims that illegal trading is costing the country billions.

SA diamonds now ‘on par with Marange’

Susan Shabangu took a "suicidal" position when she officially declared that Zimbabwean conflict diamonds were tradeable, according to activists.

Conflict rocks state diamond buyer

An ally of President Jacob Zuma has been accused of breaching Kimberley Protocol by buying Zimbabwe stones.

Mugabe being helped by diamond industry

The global diamond industry has controversially cleared the way for President Robert Mugabe's regime to raise millions of dollars from exports.

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