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This is a movie about diamond mining in Sierra Leone. Since the brutal civil war the Sierra Leone diamond industry is known as the source for the so called "Blood Diamonds". Diamonds that were mined under forced condition and traded on the illegal markets to purchase weapons. More than 10 years after the war, entrepreneurs rehabilitating the mining sector; for more traceability and fair prices paid to the miners. For more infos check out the upcoming homepage: www.smc-sl.com
Alluvial diamond mining remains the major source of Sierra Leone’s hard currency earnings accounting for nearly half of the country’s exports. Sierra Leone is renowned for the quality of its diamonds and for the recovery of some spectacularly large stones of very high value from its alluvial deposits.
From the diamond mine to your finger the history starts with you.
This footage is shot in colour. Sierra Leone. Various shots of the black men shovelling earth and sieving water looking for diamonds. Several good shots of the men smiling into camera. Several close up shots of the men looking though sand to find a small diamond. Close up shot of a small diamond on the man's palm. Close up shot of the diamond between man's fingers. More shots of the men and very young boys looking for diamonds in water. Various shots of the men bringing their finds to a small office where a man inspects and sorts diamonds. Various close up shots of the men trading in diamonds. More shots of the people working in diamond mine. Various air shots of the river and surrounding area where diamonds are likely to be found. Date found in the old record - 01/05/1961. FILM ...
This video was shot in Sierra Leone's Kono diamond mining district. Infamous for the devastating effects of the civil war and the RUF's operation to mine diamonds. These diamonds, now popularly known as blood diamonds, were mined using forced labor and sold into the global diamond market. Profits were used to fuel the war. Today the diamond mines are officially "re-opened." However, the disparity between the internationally controlled mechanized diamond mine across town and this one where men purchase permission to mine from the government using only manuel labor is stark and unjust. To date there has been no investment in the working conditions of these mines for Sierra Leonins. While many of these men struggle to make ends meet the mining for diamonds creates a casino economy effect an...
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A Christian pastor working in a Sierra Leone mine has found a 706-carat diamond, which could be the tenth largest ever found. The precious stone was found by Emmanuel Momoh, who was working in the Kono region, in the east of the country. It will be sold in Sierra Leone in a 'transparent' bidding process to benefit the country, according to a government statement. It read: 'A 706-carat diamond was presented to President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday evening. 'Receiving the diamond President Koroma thanked the chief and his people for not smuggling the diamond out of the country.' Diamond expert Paul Zimnisky said it could be 'between the 10th and 15th largest gem-diamonds ever recovered' and such a find is very rare in a small mine. He said: 'Most recent exceptional diamond discov...
The past decade has been full of peace and stability as the people of Sierra Leone have striven to make a better country for themselves. International investors are starting to take note. Two large mining companies have set up operation and will be exporting iron ore before the end of 2011. Cocoa and coffee production are increasing and a juice factory has opened up in the new FIRST Step, Special Economic Zone. Sierra Leone's energy supply is increasing as a bioenergy plant is set to open in two years and Joule Africa is planning to build a 400 MW hydroelectric plant within 6 years. The country is proving that doing business in Sierra Leone is not only viable but profitable. Various investors and businessmen are realizing that Sierra Lone is Africa's new investment destination.
This is a movie about diamond mining in Sierra Leon. Since the brutal civil war the Sierra Leon diamond industry is known as the source for the so called "Blood Diamonds". Diamonds that were mined under forced condition and traded on the illegal markets to purchase weapons. More than 10 years after the war, entrepreneurs rehabilitating the mining sector; for more tractability and fair prices paid to the miners.........
We continue our special series on Sierra Leone. The country has rich resources, but all too often that's led to conflict -- especially when it comes to diamonds. Now that the Ebola crisis is over, CCTV's Kathryn Omwandho takes a closer look at other legacies the country needs to overcome.
UNICEF correspondent Michelle Marrion reports on how UNICEF is supporting efforts to find child labourers a way out of the diamond mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/drcongo_67998.html
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The people of Koidu, once Sierra Leone's "blood diamond" mining capital, are awaiting former Liberian president Charles Taylor's sentencing at a UN-backed court. The gems mined there are now free from the taint of conflict but their dwindling supply has brought mixed blessings. Duration: 02:36