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Maguwu Defines Diamond Issues in Zimbabwe

Diamonds Must Become a Resource Blessing

Jul 3, 2012 3:00 PM   By Rapaport News
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Martin Rapaport, the chairman of the Rapaport Group, interviews Farai Maguwu, the director of Centre for Research & Development in Zimbabwe, on current issues facing the diamond industry.

Maguwu discusses the status of human rights in Zimbabwe,  environmental concerns from toxic waste, the future of diamond revenue and the level of transparency from the flow of those funds into the treasury.  Additionally, he addresses the role of the Kimberley Process and suggests ways in which the global jewelry industry should handle their supply-chain given how Marange diamonds are entering  the marketplace.  zimbabwe

Tags: diamonds, human rights, Marange, mining, Rapaport News, treasury, Zimbabwe
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