"The former head of Nelson Mandela Children's Fund, Jeremy Ractliffe, has said he did receive uncut diamonds from the model Naomi Campbell. He issued a statement after her testimony at the war crimes trial of ex-Liberian leader, Charles Taylor.
It is alleged she received the gems from Mr Taylor in 1997, which could link him to illegal 'blood diamonds'.
Mr Ractliffe said he was happy to testify in The Hague and had now handed the stones over to the authorities."
And here is the part I would like you to listen to, Ms Farrow. He is quoted as saying this:
"'Three small, uncut diamonds were given to me by Naomi Campbell on the Blue Train on 26 September 1997,' he said in a statement sent to the BBC.
South Africa's special Hawks police unit has since confirmed to the BBC that they received the stones from Mr Ractliffe on Thursday, who first made contact with them on Tuesday.
It said the diamonds were now being tested to find out their origin."
Shall we go over to page 2, please? Yes. I will scroll down a little bit to the part that refers to a quote from Mr Ractliffe. It starts with, "Naomi suggested," and you see that there are quotation marks, meaning it comes from Mr Ractliffe:
"'Naomi suggested they could be of some benefit to the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund (NMCF), but I told her I would not involve the NMCF in anything that could possibly be illegal,' Mr Ractliffe said."
Scroll down a few lines. He says, "In the end, I decided I should just keep them. 'A factor that influenced me not to report the matter to anyone was to protect the reputation of the NMCF, Mr Mandela himself, and Naomi Campbell, none of whom were benefiting in any way.'"
Just pause there. The first page of the article, Mr Ractliffe refers to the date, 26 September 1997, as being the date on which Ms Campbell gave him the diamonds. Does that refresh your recollection to the time period around when these events happened?