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A student from the Galeshewe Stone-Cutting Project in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province student at the lapidary wheel. Launched by Vukani-Ubuntu, which is funded in part by South Africa’s precious minerals and gemstone sector, the project is one of a series of programmes created by Vukani-Ubuntu to promote the development of a grass roots jewellery industry in the country.(Photo Credit: MDBC).

 

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A polished gemstone in the hands of a student from the Galeshewe Stone-Cutting Project in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province student at the lapidary wheel. Launched by Vukani-Ubuntu, which is funded in part by South Africa’s precious minerals and gemstone sector, the project is one of a series of programmes created by Vukani-Ubuntu to promote the development of a grass roots jewellery industry in the country.(Photo Credit: MDBC).

 

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Richard Lukhele (left), the mayor of Umjindi-Barberton, with a jewellery skills student from the Umjindi Jewellery Project in South Africa’s Mpumalanga Province student at the lapidary wheel. Launched by Vukani-Ubuntu, which is funded in part by South Africa’s precious minerals and gemstone sector, the project is one of a series of programmes created by Vukani-Ubuntu to promote the development of a grass roots jewellery industry in the country.(Photo Credit: MDBC).

 

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Trainee miners in an underground classroom at an Anglo Platinum mine in South Africa’s North West Province. (Photo Credit: MDBC).

 

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