Venetia Diamond Mine
The Venetia Diamond Mine is South Africa's largest producer of diamonds. It is situated close to the South African town of Alldays in the Limpopo province and is located within the 360 km² Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve.
The open-pit mine is one of De Beers’ six remaining diamond mines in South Africa and the only major diamond mine to be developed in the country during the past 25 years. As such, the mine represents one of De Beers’ single biggest investments in South Africa. The mine was opened in 1992 by Harry Oppenheimer, a former De Beers chairman.
- Sustaining Water Supplies While Responding to Operational Requirements at De Beers Venetia Mine
- Effect of Small Catchment Dams on Downstream Vegetation of a Seasonal River in semi-arid African Savanna