The start of the Gope diamond mineSunday 27 March 2011 Diamond Mine
In the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, which was established in 1961 as a habitat for the indigenous Bushmen and native animals, there is now the start of the Gope diamond mine.
The CKGR still belongs to people and animals, sand, shrubs and trees
The first tents of the mining camp workers
The first drill
Source pictures: Gem Diamonds
About this site Supporting the Bushmen so they can stay in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and live there as they wish and as long as they wish. The CKGR was created for them.
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