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Safdico enters into supply agreement with Mothae Diamond Mine
Safdico signed a supply partnership with Mothae, under which Safdico would purchase 100% of the Lesotho based diamond mine owned by Lucapa.
Safdico purchases shares in Lucapa
Safdico has purchased a substantial number of shares in Lucapa Diamond Company as part of the miner’s bid to raise money for the expansion of its Mothae deposit.
Lucapa shareholders approved the sale of 6% of company stock to diamond manufacturer Safdico for AUD 2.7 million ($2.1 million) at its general meeting. In total, Lucapa aimed to raise approximately AUD 10 million ($7.6 million).
“We invested in the company because Lucapa needed money to restart the Lesotho mine after Covid-19, as well as for its expansion.” a Safdico representative explained.
Safdico purchases 709ct rock from Sierra Leone
Lesedi La Rona
World's largest rough diamond at 1109 carat cuts into the largest, highest colour, highest clarity diamond ever certified by the GIA
Diamond Exporter of the Year in Israel
Johnny Kneller receives the prestigious award from Yoram Dvash, President of the Israeli Diamond Bourse
Opening of Safdico Israel
Unveiling of world’s largest D Flawless round, 102ct
Unveiling of the Diamond Technology Park
Botswana's advanced and highly secure diamond hub featuring polishing facilities, GIA, Customs, tender houses and more.
De Beers Sightholder in Botswana
As of January 2019, we are entering into our 11th year as a Sightholder in Gaborone
Purchase of historical Lesotho Promise