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It’s been almost a week since a shaft at the Ran Mine in Bindura caved in with an estimated 40 people inside.
The initiative’s inaugural project is a design challenge culminating in an auction to benefit three organizations focused on justice and equity in the industry.
The diamond company is combining its marketing and sustainable impact teams.
The pandemic slowed activity for a majority of the market and left the most vulnerable sectors of the colored stone supply chain in a dire situation.
Yoram Dvash takes over for Boaz Moldawsky, who resigned last week.
The money will benefit families of American health care workers who died of COVID-19.
It’s the first in what will be a series of projects called “ReSet,” aimed at changing public perceptions around mined diamonds.
Funds raised from bids and donations will go to its new initiative—a miner toolkit.
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