first_imgCAPPRY ROVERS NEWS:CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTOLotto numbers for 24/12/2014 were 8, 13, 20, 24. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Linda Long, Dreenan.Last weeks lotto numbers were 1, 6, 10, 17. There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Max McGonagle, Blue Cedars. Next weeks jackpot is €1700. Remember if you’re not in you can’t win!!LAST MAN STANDINGOur 1st Last Man Standing competition came to an end last weekend when Emlyn Hughes and Benny McLaughlin decided to split the pot. Well done to them both.We’re are starting a new LAST MAN STANDING this coming weekend with the forms available from any of our underage coaches or through our Facebook page.Week 1 starts January 10th. You can also get forms by sending a text to 086 6008204, 087 7797581 or 087 7524128.HAPPY NEW YEARAll the coaches and committee members would like to wish all our players, supporters and their families all the best for 2015.SOCCER NEWS: CAPPRY ROVERS BACK IN LEAGUE ACTION THIS WEEKEND was last modified: January 6th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cappry RoversNoticessoccerSportlast_img read more

Zuma calls for nuclear terror vigilance

first_img27 March 2012South African President Jacob Zuma, speaking at the Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, South Korea on Monday, stressed the importance of remaining alert to the risks posed by nuclear terrorism.“We should remain vigilant of the continued risks posed by nuclear terrorism, the illicit nuclear network and criminal acts, and the use of nuclear or other radioactive material for malicious acts,” Zuma said during a Leaders’ Working Dinner at the summit.“We can, through a cooperative approach in the relevant multilateral organisations, effectively deal with these risks.”‘Elimination ultimately the only prevention’Zuma noted that the leaders were meeting at the summit with the common aim of achieving a world free of weapons of mass destruction, in particular nuclear weapons.“In our desire to create a forum to raise awareness on nuclear security, we cannot ignore the reality that only the verifiable and irreversible elimination of nuclear weapons will ultimately prevent the use of such weapons.”Zuma also noted the need to fully implement the relevant international legally binding obligations on nuclear security and nuclear safety.Such an approach had proved invaluable when South Africa hosted the 2010 Fifa World Cup, Zuma said, thanking the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the US government for their assistance with nuclear security measures at the different World Cup venues.Highly enriched uranium ‘for peaceful uses only’On the issue of highly enriched uranium (HEU), Zuma acknowledged that HEU and separated plutonium required special precautions, adding that South Africa had taken such precautions.“Our international legally binding obligations on nuclear disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation allow for the enrichment of uranium for peaceful purposes only, irrespective of the enrichment level,” Zuma said. “In this connection, South Africa has adopted a policy on the beneficiation of our mineral resources, including uranium.”South Africa believed the focus on minimising the use of HEU to peaceful applications – which represented a tiny fraction of the HEU used for military purposes – should come to fruition in the long-outstanding negotiations on a fissile material treaty, Zuma added.These negotiations should commence in the Conference on Disarmament without further delay.“Going forward, we believe that the best approach would be to address the issues of nuclear safety and nuclear security in a coherent manner,” Zuma said. “Therefore, our future emphasis should be on supporting the work on nuclear safety and security undertaken by existing multilateral organizations such as the IAEA.”Source: BuaNewslast_img read more