Jwaneng Project
Country Botswana 
Close to Gaborone
Latitude / Longitude 24 S 31 / 24 E 41
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Jwaneng Project
Status Risk : Production
Country Risk : Moderate
Title(s) of the Jwaneng Project
Joint venture: 50%
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The Jwanen mine is owned by Debswana, a joint venture between the Botswana government and mining company De Beers,
Location of the Jwaneng Project
The Jwaneng diamond mine is the richest diamond mine in the world and is located in south-central Botswana about 170 kilometers (110 miles) west of the city of Gaborone, in the Naledi river valley of the Kalahari.
History of the Jwaneng Project
The mine started its operation in 1982. The high rate of diamond extraction, combined with high quality diamonds fetching excellent per weight prices, make the Jwaneng diamond mine the richest diamond mine in the world by value of recovered diamonds.
Production history
DIAMONDS (carat)14,300,00012,300,00011,890,000
Data last updated on : 12/31/2008
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