The special diamond recovery has been incidental to the on-going commissioning and testing exercises being performed at the project.

The rough stone has been delivered to tendering facilities for initial evaluation and to prepare it for sale at upcoming tender.

Diamcor noted that the special diamond is likely to be one of the higher value rough diamonds recovered from the project to date.

The testing exercises and incidental recovery related to special diamond at the project will not form part of the initial NI43-101 technical report filed by the company on 30 July, 2009.

Diamcor noted that no general grade, price or quality determination is intended by the company at this time, due to the nature and purpose of the processing of this material.

Diamcor acquired the Krone-Endora from De Beers Consolidated Mines in February 2011, including prospecting rights over the farms Krone 104 and Endora 66, which represent a combined surface area of around 5,888h directly adjacent to De Beers’ Venetia Diamond Mine.