Tsodilo Resources Limited


Dominion Diamond’s Ekati diamond mine in the Northwest Territories, in 2016. Geologists say that high temperature and pressure 55 million years ago in the Lac de Gras region’s Archean-aged crust set the stage for diamond creation. Credit Dominion Diamond.

Top 10 Canadian-based diamond companies

Canada is the fifth-largest diamond producer in the world, according to the Mining Association of Canada. Last year two new diamond mines came into production:…




Tsodilo Resources' BK16 project

Diamond explorers flock to Botswana

Botswana is the world’s largest diamond producer by value and home to the incredibly rich and long-lived Tier 1 Orapa and Jwaneng mines, both owned…


TSX Venture on the rise, Feb. 10-14

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index carried a wave of momentum to a full week’s worth of gains during the trading session, as it jumped 3.6%, or 34.25 points, en route to a 996.25-point close. Markets were buoyed by rising gold prices…


TSX Venture Exchange, Jan. 20-24

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index took a breather during the trading sessions following a month-long run that saw it close near a three-year high last week. The Venture dropped 9.03 points during the trading period en route to a…


Tsodilo bullish on Ngamiland

Tsodilo Resources (TSD-V) is encouraging by mineral chemistry results from the A15 kimberlite on the Ngamiland project in Botswana….




A 56.6-carat octahedral diamond recovered by Australian-based Crown Diamonds at one of its South African mines. The diamond fetched US$488,889.

Southern African diamonds lure Aussies

Vancouver — Once the exclusive domain of De Beers, southern Africa is today being explored by an increasing number of Australian and Canadian companies….


People (August 02, 2004)

Tsodilo — Andrew Moore, Pieter Gresse and Peter Walker appointed to technical committee; Moore resigned as director but remains as VP of exploration.


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