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Women in Mining - A Bloodless Diamonds Social Initiative

22 March 2018

The Women in Mining project is a social engineering exercise that aims to empower Previously Disadvantaged South African women to acquire equity in the Diamond mining and beneficiation industries.   

The project is an initiative of the Bloodless Diamond franchise in association with The Diplomatic Society and is motivated by a desire to meaningfully contribute to the sustainable development of the South African nation.

In this the centenary year of the birth of freedom icon and former President Nelson Mandela, the empowerment and emancipation of women is fundamental to this project and the legacy of Nelson Mandela.  It is engineered to empower South African women who were previously excluded and disadvantaged to acquire equity in the diamond mining and beneficiation industries.

It is an exercise designed to allow entrepreneurial participation in a program which creates access to the diamond and gem beneficiation industries.

The project runs adjacent to Bloodless Diamonds Africa’s second Capital raising project targeting South African and global investors interested in accessing the Southern African Diamond and Gem Industries. The company is looking for global entrepreneurial investors looking to involve themselves in accessing and dealing in diamonds and gems and expects to thereby create a global offset for diamonds and gems mined or otherwise acquired by Bloodless Diamonds Africa.

Any uptake of equity in these proposals involves injecting the decided capital into the company to form part of the combined equity of the entity. This capital raised will be employed in the manner described in the Bloodless Diamonds Africa business plan.

Each person who takes up an equity stake as detailed in this document will be sent for a GIA diamond evaluation course as the part of the empowerment plan that has been developed.

Please forward expressions of interest and CV to
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