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"They were taken to the Diamond Board for authenticating and yes, they are diamonds and they are authentic," Musa Zondi, a spokesman for the police special investigations unit, told The Associated Press.
"Obviously if a person is in possession of uncut diamonds in this country, that person has contravened the law. We will investigate the possible contravention," Zondi said, adding that anyone found guilty could be fined up to $34,000 or jailed for up to 10 years.