Ventersdorp Project
Country South Africa 
Close to Johannesburg
Surface 5,000 km² / 1,235,500 acres
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Ventersdorp Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Important
Title(s) of the Ventersdorp Project
Endeavour Mining Corporation
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Ventersdorp Project
The Ventersdorp Alluvial Diamond District is located approximately 150 kilometers west of Johannesburg and covers over 5,000 km2.
History of the Ventersdorp Project
From 1926 to 1984 over 667,000 carats were produced from the District.
Geology of the Ventersdorp Project
Alluvial diamonds in the Ventersdorp District are found in gravel "runs" that are hosted by predominantly dolomitic bedrock of the Transvaal Supergroup. Gravel deposition has occurred in a karst environment where the dolomite walls of the host-rock a more...
Data last updated on : 1/7/2009
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