As you enter Koidu town in the Kono District of eastern Sierra Leone an impressively large hill rises to the right of the newly constructed thoroughfare, dwarfing the
Reliable sources close to Pastor Emmanuel Momoh, owner of the 706 carat diamond, the second largest diamond ever found in the country, say a top diamond company in
The Ministry of Mines and Mineral Resources, in collaboration with the National Minerals Agency (NMA) on Thursday, 11th May 2017, rejected five bidders for Sierra Leone’s second biggest
By late 2001, the Anti Corruption Commission arrested then Sierra Leone's transport and communications minister, together with his wife, “for involvement in illegal diamond mining” in Kenema district.
The demarche undertaken by the government in the handling of the 709 carat diamond found in Kono district is credible and worth commending.
The decision taken by its owner
Sierra Leone has moved from a decade civil war through peace and laying the foundation for democratic good governance and economic growth for sustainable development. To many, Sierra
Part I of this article in the previous edition looked at the discovery of diamonds in Kono District, the colonial control of the minerals and the influx of
Sierra Leone is globally renowned for her diamond riches but over the years, our diamond industry has declined sharply as confirmed by many diamond dealers interviewed by this
The Minister of Mines and Mineral Resources Hon Minkailu Mansaray is reported to have recently expressed his anger at the director of AMR GOLD, one Raphael Israel and