Botswana: Man Wins by Naming Biggest Diamond Found in 100 Years
The 1 111-carat diamond discovered in Botswana has officially been named "Lesedi La Rona".
News24Wire, 9 February 2016
The 1 111 carat diamond discovered in Botswana has officially been named "Lesedi La Rona", which means "our light" in Setswana. Read more »
The Lucara diamond, measuring 1,111 carats, is the second-largest high-quality diamond ever discovered on Earth.
New Era, 20 November 2015
The Lucara Diamond Corporation, a diamond producer with assets in Botswana, said earlier this week that it made an historic recovery of a 1 111 carat gem quality diamond, Type IIa. Read more »
Namibia Economist, 20 November 2015
November 18, Lucara Diamond Corporation, the high quality diamond producer with assets in Botswana, on Thursday announced the recovery of a 1,111 carat gem quality, Type IIa… Read more »