Photo library: Business and industry 5

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Trainee diamond
polishers at the Harry
Oppenheimer Diamond
training school. Courses
run from two weeks to eight
months and include diamond
polishing, polished diamond
grading, gem identification
and diamond evaluation.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff,
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Trainee diamond
polishers at the Harry
Oppenheimer Diamond
training school. Courses
run from two weeks to eight
months and include diamond
polishing, polished diamond
grading, gem identification
and diamond evaluation.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff,
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Abram Matshidiso,
a trainee diamond polisher
at the Harry Oppenheimer
Diamond training school.
Courses run from two
weeks to eight months
and include diamond
polishing, polished diamond
grading, gem identification
and diamond evaluation.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff,
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: The Kgabane
jewellery training programme
run by South Africa’s mineral
research organisation Mintek focuses on the manufacture
of jewellery in South Africa
using indigenous skills and
traditional designs.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Mandise Skele
creating a copper and silver
bracelet as part of the
Kgabane jewellery training programme, which is run
by South Africa’s mineral
research organisation Mintek.
The programme focuses
on the manufacture of
jewellery in South Africa
using indigenous skills
and traditional designs.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: The Kgabane
jewellery training programme
run by South Africa’s mineral
research organisation Mintek focuses on the manufacture
of jewellery in South Africa
using indigenous skills and
traditional designs.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: Babalo Rozani,
a trainer at the Kgabane
jewellery training programme
which is run by the South
Africa’s national mineral
research organisation Mintek.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

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Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: The Kgabane
jewellery training programme
run by South Africa’s mineral
research organisation Mintek focuses on the manufacture
of jewellery in South Africa
using indigenous skills and
traditional designs.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com
» Download high-res image

Johannesburg, Gauteng
province: The Kgabane
jewellery training programme
run by South Africa’s mineral
research organisation Mintek focuses on the manufacture
of jewellery in South Africa
using indigenous skills and
traditional designs.
Photo: Chris Kirchhoff
MediaClubSouthAfrica.com

» Download high-res image

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 5:

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