Where we recover diamonds
De Beers Group recovers diamonds from four countries: Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa.
In Botswana, via a 50:50 joint venture with the GRB-known as Debswana-the company recovers diamonds from four mines, including Jwaneng, one of the world's richest diamond mines.
In Canada, De Beers Group is majority shareholder and operator of Gahcho Kué mine , in the Northwest Territories, which began commercial production in 2017.
In Namibia, De Beers Group works in 50:50 partnership with the Government of the Republic of Namibia through Namdeb (land-based diamond recovery) and Debmarine Namibia (offshore diamond recovery).
In South Africa, De Beers Consolidated Mines-a joint venture with Ponahalo Holdings-recovers diamonds from Venetia mine in Limpopo Province.
De Beers Group also develops industrial diamond supermaterials through its Element Six business, offers diamond grading and testing services, and produces lab-grown diamonds through Lightbox Jewelry.