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South Africa It is very famous for finding a huge diamond deposit near the village of KwaHlathi in KwaZulu-Natal Prefecture. Tens of thousands of people flocked to the open field when a cowboy first discovered what appeared to be diamonds. So far, the exact amount of diamonds they have found has not been verified as diamonds. But strong men use all their strength in that field. I’m not sure what to do. I’m not sure what to do. They are digging with holes and looking for treasure. “This will change our lives,” said Mendo Sabelo, a civilian who received a handful of wild diamonds believed to be diamonds. “We do not have a regular job,” he said. “I’m happy to be home with my family because I was able to return home with these jewels,” he said. He is a 27-year-old father of two. They are convinced that the opportunity they have now will make their lives truly rich. In this area, it takes a few hours for some to get a handful of ore. The village of KwaHlathi is located outside Ladysmith. Due to the limited amount of arable land, villagers have to do day-to-day work in nearby villages. Due to the news of the diamond mining, peers came here one after another. They dig up dreams. The local Ministry of Mines and Mines says experts have been sending experts since Monday, June 15, to verify that what they have found is not real diamonds. Unemployed Skhumbuzo Mbhele: “I have never seen a diamond laugh in my life. This is the first time,” he said. He also said he had about 20 wild flowers. Women and children are helping as much as they can. It is rumored that some of these raw stones are being sold for around 100 to 300 rupees. One hundred rupees is equivalent to about S $ 10. This morning, the Ministry of Mines issued a ban on artisanal miners. The reason is that the authorities have something to investigate. On the other hand, there is a reason to control Kovis.