Jwaneng's Perfect Diamond Wows The World

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Balisi Bonyongo was the manager of Jwaneng mine when one of the largest diamonds finds, a 236 carats gem was discovered there in 2007.

The Jwaneng diamond, estimated to fetch P400 million ($25 million), goes on sale for the first time at Geneva, Switzerland's Auction House, Christie's on May 15.

Before going on sale in Geneva, the new diamond will go on tour to New York and Hong Kong in April, Christie's said. Now weighing 101 carats after being cut, shaped and polished, the Jwaneng diamond wows the world with its best clarity grade, "flawless", and absolute symmetry.

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