1. Scope of this report
  2. Key features of 2009
  3. Corporate profile
  4. Sustainability principles
  5. Letter from the CEO
  6. Governance
  7. Economic performance
  8. Social performance
  9. Environmental performance
  10. GRI reporting index
  11. Mining Charter reporting index
  12. Glossary of terms and acronyms


Petra Diamonds has, in just four years, established itself as one of the world's largest independent producers of rough diamonds, having increased its production fivefold from 200,000 carats to over one million carats in the 2009 financial year. MORE...

Rough diamonds


The focus of Petra’s social performance is in the areas of safety and health, HIV/AIDS and malaria, employment and human rights as well as corporate social responsibility and local economic development which are addressed in this section. MORE...

Rough diamonds


Petra Diamonds places a great deal of emphasis on environmental stewardship and the rigorous environmental management of our operations and related activities. MORE...

Rough diamonds


The Board’s primary role is the protection and enhancement of long-term shareholder value, and is responsible for the overall corporate governance of the Group. MORE...

Rough diamonds


Petra Diamonds has adopted the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G3 guidelines as the basis for its sustainable development reporting and has, in this first report, self-declared a C level of reporting.

Scope of this report

This first annual Sustainable Development Report covers Petra Diamond's (Petra's) impact and initiatives in the social, economic and environmental areas of society, and covers the 2009 financial year, from 1 July 2008 to 30 June 2009. MORE...

Key features of 2009

Key features

Sustainability highlights from the 2009 financial year. MORE...

Sustainability principles

Key features

Petra Diamonds recognises that its business and operations have an economic, social and environmental impact on a wide range of stakeholders. MORE...

Petra Diamonds Limited

November 2009 | Sustainable Development Report 2009