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Gem Hunt episode showing the mining of Ethiopian Opals in Ethiopia. High resolution upload. Go to http://farlang.com for ultra fine jewelry, unique gems, gem cutters & artists or read the stories by museum curators. Or better yet... attend one of our invitation-only gemstone events at a jeweler in the USA.
Ethiopia has one of the fastest growing economies in Africa and with it, a developing mining industry. The government is trying to prevent its corruption while encouraging its growth. Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford went to the Wollo district in the northeast where mining opals is a growing trade. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Bennie from Screaminopals at Opal Auctions travels to an Ethiopian opal mine situated in extremely high and dangerous mountainous area in Wegeltena called Kokohoa. Watch his adventurous journey as he finds a special parcel of treasure in the hunt. More about Ethiopian opals - https://www.opalauctions.com/auctions/ethiopian-opal ScreaminOpals - https://www.opalauctions.com/stores/screaminopals Don't forget to share and subscribe! Share this video: https://youtu.be/iTv5ssNkw6E Shop: Opal Auctions https://www.opalauctions.com Facebook: Opal Auctions https://www.facebook.com/OpalAuctions Instagram: Opal Auctions https://www.instagram.com/opalauctions
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Ethiopia has 900 tons of gold reserves. In Ethiopia, one of the poorest countries on earth, a huge reserve was discovered after a three-month scan. The East African country has 900 tons of gold reserves in Ethiopia's Benishangu-Gumuz province. The discovery was announced by Dawit Mamo, the manager of the Ethiopian Geological Survey Institute, who spoke to local publishing agency FANA. The reservation was reached in Kamashi and Mankush areas. Mamo, who indicated that the discovery is the end result of a research that has been carried out for the last three months, also conveyed 360 million tons of coal, precious stones and iron. The results of the survey were presented in a report to the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas. A lot of international companies in Ethiopia are loo...
El Sod, the House Of Salt, is a village located 90 km away from Yabelo, the capital of Borana people in South Ethiopia. It stands on the edge of an extinct volcano with a diameter of 1.8 km and a salt lake in the crater. For centuries, men dive into the lake to collect the salt and sell it across Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya.It takes 1 hour to go down the 2.5 km narrow path, from the village to the lake 340 meters downhill. . Every miner works as a freelancer, independent from any company or boss. They dive to make a living. Also available in 4K Copyrights of all videos on this stream belong to SPRL Lafforgue. They may be not reproduced in any format without prior permission. contact: email@example.com
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com The "gold" village of Abadi holds a weekly gold market on Saturday. Unfortunately, today was not Saturday but we did stop along what appeared to be a dry river bed to watch locals digging/panning for gold. They either: dig six-foot deep holes in the river and then take the ore back to homes to break up; or file the hole with water and pan for gold right there. From there to Mango Camp in Asosa for four nights with day trips from here. Guide Biyu set off to the Government office to get permits and we waited to see what the Ethiopian Government would allow us to visit.
Ethiopia has cancelled over 50 mining and exploration licenses over failure by licence holders to commence operations on schedule.The law requires a company to commence exploration or mining within 90 days after signing a contract with Ethiopia's ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural gas. The ministry had registered 530 mining companies. Statistics indicate that since 2004, a total of 211 mining licenses have been cancelled. Ethiopia is endowed with many natural resources, including gold, iron, natural gas and oil. Gold is among Ethiopia's major mineral exports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
For hundreds of years the Afar people have produced salt by cutting blocks from an 800 m thick layer of salt. The salt is cut in blocks of the same size that are loaded on camels and go in a transport of a week to Mekele the nearest city. The Afar people have refused to use more modern forms of transport like trucks. The work is done all year, also when it is extremely hot in summer, as the region is 100 m below sea level.
In December 2017, we had our first visit to Ethiopia and we explored the Rift Valley and the southern part of the country to visit an interesting new emerald mining project by Gemfields located near Web village close to the small town of Dubuluk. The main goal was to collect samples, on site at the mines, for the Bahrain Institute for Pearls and Gemstones (DANAT; http://www.danat.bh/ ) reference collection in Bahrain as Ethiopia is emerging as an interesting new source for gemstones. The Web village area started to produce emeralds in the early 2000 and stones started to reach the markets in small quantities (Cevalos & al, G&G, Fall 2012, G&G, "an emerald from ethiopia", pp. 219-220) but the production remained irregular. In 2013 WGM (Web Gemstone Mining) company was created as a partners...
Ron is in Ethiopia to reconnect with opal sellers, establish new relationships, and as always look for the best stones at the best price. This one has it all: gemstones good and bad, some ukulele playing and some pearls of buying and negotiating wisdom from Ron. We lock off the camera and just let things run their course.
In the West African desert, gathering and hauling salt is a grueling task, not left for the meek. Camel caravans still move the tablets to market. See all National Geographic videos: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/?source=4001 ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta World's Toughest Jobs: Salt Miner ...
Ethiopia With 8 billion Birr mining and agro-processing investment, three major expansion projects launched by two MIDROC Ethiopia Technology Group Companies (MIDROC Gold Mine and Elfora Agro-Industry). ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/jIjYmu
Daniel Gad is an entrepreneur and "Farmer." He worked for a major corporation (AT&T) in the telecommunications industry in the United States where his last assignment was as Vice President and Client Partner in the company. His career at AT&T also saw him as one of the founding members of the first consulting and outsourcing company called AT&T Solutions where he led global deals worth over $1.7 billion multi-year contracts. During his time at AT&T he attended graduate executive programs at MIT Cambridge School of Systems Design and USC Business School. Daniel decided to leave his post at AT&T and return home to Ethiopia in 2003. Since his return he has developed (and sold) a 28 hectare rose farm (MetroLux Flowers) and now manages and operates a vegetable production farm (Omega Farms). He...