Where we recover diamonds
De Beers Group recovers diamonds from four countries: Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa.
In Botswana, via a 50:50 joint venture with the GRB - known as Debswana - the company recovers diamonds from four mines, including Jwaneng, one of the world's richest diamond mines.
In Canada, De Beers Group is majority shareholder and operator of Gahcho Kué mine, in the Northwest Territories, which began commercial production in 2017.
In Namibia, De Beers Group works in 50:50 partnership with the Government of the Republic of Namibia through Namdeb (land-based diamond recovery) and Debmarine Namibia (offshore diamond recovery).
In South Africa, De Beers Consolidated Mines - a joint venture with Ponahalo Holdings - recovers diamonds from Venetia mine in Limpopo Province.
De Beers Group also develops industrial diamond supermaterials through its Element Six business, offers diamond grading and testing services, and produces lab-grown diamonds through Lightbox Jewelry.