JAMES Campbell has resigned as CEO at Rockwell Diamonds as two other directors step down from the alluvial mining company.Campbell, who worked for De Beers for two decades, has stepped down after more than five years with Rockwell, having taken up the position in June 2011."Rockwell Diamonds announces that James Campbell, the CEO has tendered his resignation and in an unrelated development, that Stephen Dietrich and Rick Menell have also tendered their resignations as directors," the company said.Campbell’s resignation came after the board, chaired by the hard-nosed Mark Bristow, who is CEO of Randgold Resources, called for a strategic review of the company at the end of August by a special board committee.The committee valuated the recent Remhoogte acquisition, which is not performing to plan, and the construction of its Wouterspan plant, which is behind schedule and over cost."The board also carried out a management review following the recent exit of two senior managers. The boar...

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