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Dominion no Bre-X, says Uranium One executive

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TSX- and JSE-listed Uranium One's stricken Dominion project near Klerksdorp has been compared to the Bre-X scandal in the mid-1990s, which led to a geologist's death, and the production problems at the mine could stem from sampling blunders, a geology professor said on Monday.

full article http://www.miningweekly.co.za/article.php?a_id=128807
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Fronman must be made accountable. It really is quite unacceptable that he is allowed to resign without paying back the 30 million Rand he took for himself from this company. Fronman and those responsible should be brought to book.
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given the circumstances, it strikes me as an odd thing to say that "the person in charge went to the same school as everybody else".
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The Kebble school of salting ore bodies and lying to share houlders we know them best as "cheats" OMO
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Well, Sheriff bought another whack of UUU shares yesterday - why would he do this if Dominion was another Bre-X? I can't think that anybody would spend more than C$100 000 trying to "cover-up" suspicious activities - actually more than C$200 000 if you include waht he bought the other day.
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