Uranium One

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Uranium One History - The company's vision

URANIUM ONE IS ENGAGED IN EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF URANIUM RESOURCE PROPERTIES IN SOUTH AFRICA, KAZAKHSTAN, AUSTRALIA, CANADA AND THE UNITED STAES.

by 2012, which will distinguish Uranium One among its peers. The advantages of ISR mining are numerous, especially with regards to the environment.

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Uranium One History - March 2011 - Uranium Mining Nightmare Story

My name is Tshepo Mmusi and i live in a township called Jouberton near Klerksdorp, and i work for the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission. I am one of the community monitors which is hosted by Benchmarks Foundation and i work with my fellow conrades Talita Diphoko from Dominionville and Mahadio Maitsile from Kanana Township near Orkney.

i have been an active monitor since last year and so far i have published a number of articles around uranium mining especially in Dominionville. Klerksdorp is surrounded by areas of high degree of mining activities and that is uranium and gold mining and the areas include Stilfontein, Vaal Reefs, Orkney, and Haartebeesfontein.

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Uranium One History - May 2010 - Uranium One closes the door on Dominion

By: Liezel Hill

11th May 2010

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Uranium One has finally sold its Dominion project in South Africa, the company announced on Monday, bringing an end to what CEO Jean Nortier called a “sad chapter” for the miner.

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Uranium One History - August 2009 - Uranium One loss widens on writeoff, buys assets in Wyoming

By: Liezel Hill

10th August 2009

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Vancouver-based Uranium One reported a second quarter loss of $265-million, compared with a $68-million loss a year earlier, mainly because of a write-off of $251-million associated with the firm's Dominion mine, in South Africa, which was closed last year and is now being held for sale.

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Uranium One History - March 2009 - Uranium Company accused of "Killing Communities" in South Africa

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By Ahni Mar 8, 2009

The Toronto-based mining company, Uranium One---who's "operations have been made possible with backing from the Canadian Embassy and CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) in South Africa"---stands accused of human rights abuses and the systemic violation of workers rights at the Dominion Reefs Uranium mine in South Africa. The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board also has millions of dollars invested in the company.

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Uranium One History - February 2009 - One deadly reputation: canadian company accused of "killing communities"

By Tanya Roberts

February 17, 2009, Johannesburg, South Africa

Last month South African mineworker, community and environmental justice activists celebrated an important victory.  On January 23, the South African Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) granted an arbitration award in favour of workers from Dominion Reefs Uranium mine, owned and operated by Toronto-based company Uranium One.

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Uranium One History - February 2009 - New Japanese partners offer strategic benefits, crucial market intel

By: Liezel Hill

10th February 2009

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – An agreement on a private placement and offtake pact with a consortium of Japanese firms will not only ensure that Canadian uranium miner Uranium One is well-funded – thanks to a C$270-million cash injection – but will also boost the firm's strategic positioning, president and CEO Jean Nortier said on Tuesday.

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