Botswana Diamonds welcomes gem recovery at Thorny River project in Limpopo

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Botswana Diamonds said associate Vutomi, of which it owns 40%, had received permission to sell diamonds recovered during bulk sampling at their Thorny River project in Limpopo.

Up to Monday, 256 carats of rough diamonds had been recovered.

The bulk sampling programme would generate short-term cash flow, whilst building the mineral resource,' Botswana Diamonds said.

At 1:28pm: (LON:BOD) Botswana Diamonds PLC share price was -0.05p at 0.58p


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