26 March 2014 A total of 29 political parties will contest South Africa’s national elections on 7 May, after four parties failed to submit all outstanding documentation and pay their election deposits ahead of Tuesday’s deadline. This is four fewer than the 33 parties which had provisionally indicated their intention to contest the national election last week. The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) said this still remains the highest number of parties to contest a democratic national election in South Africa’s history. The parties that failed to rectify their non-compliance in respect of the required election deposit for the national election are the African Unite Party, the Iqela Lentsango – Dagga Party, the Lekgotla for Democracy Advancement, and the South African Progressive Civil Organisation. “A total of 31 parties were issued with notices from the Electoral Commission last week indicating non-compliance of the requirements to submit candidate lists and pay deposits,” the IEC said. “These notices applied to documentation in respect of approximately 300 candidates.” The IEC said the other parties had submitted their outstanding documentation, which electoral officials will now process in preparation for the publication of the lists of candidates for each party (national, regional and provincial) for public inspection from 28 March. An abbreviated list of candidates will be published on the IEC website – www.elections.org.za – but for security reasons this will not include supporting documentation or ID numbers. The comprehensive list, including all supporting documentation, will be available for inspection at the IEC head office in Centurion during office hours (8am to 5pm) on Friday 28 March, Monday 31 March and Tuesday 1 April. The IEC said any objection to lists of candidates in terms of Section 30 of the Electoral Act (Act 73 of 1998) must be submitted to the Electoral Commission’s head office in Centurion in writing before 5pm on Tuesday, 1 April. Such objections must indicate the reason for the objection to a candidate and must show that a copy of the objection has also been lodged with the relevant political party. The Commission will rule on the objections by Monday, 7 April, and any appeals to the rulings must be submitted to the Electoral Court by 10 April. The final deadline for decisions of the Electoral Court is 15 April, following which the final list of candidates contesting the elections will be published on 22 April and certificates issued to candidates by 24 April. A revised set of ballot paper examples for the national and provincial elections is available on the IEC website. Source: SAnews.gov.za
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Whitney Short, agricultural educator at Anthony Wayne High School in Whitehouse, Ohio, is one of only six individuals nationwide who received the 2017 National Agriscience Teacher of the Year Award. The award was presented in December at the National Association of Agricultural Educators’ annual convention in Nashville.The National Agriscience Teacher of the Year award recognizes teachers who have inspired and enlightened their students through engaging and interactive lessons in the science of agriculture.Although it is located at Anthony Wayne High School, the agriculture program is actually a satellite of the Penta Career Center. When Short realized that enrollment was declining, she renewed student interest by creating an agriculture biotechnology pathway. Through the new course of study, students have the opportunity to explore biotech in both animal and plant systems. The popularity of the new pathway has led Short to steadily increase science-based agriculture offerings at Anthony Wayne.An integral piece of the agriculture program at Anthony Wayne is project-based learning. In the Chicken Challenge, students conduct an experiment to evaluate a broiler chicken’s rate of weight gain using a variety of feeds. Students care for the chickens until they are ready for butchering, which is done with student help at a certified processing facility. The project teaches students about food safety, technical writing, animal welfare, marketing and communication. Through these kinds of rigorous and relevant experiences students leave Short’s program better prepared for college and careers.
Tags:#Apple#iPad#iPad mini A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Thanks for listening and reading our sometimes contentious views on Apple. Still hungry? For more meat, take a bite and get more details on the mini-announcement from Taylor Hatmaker and Jon Mitchell on the updated iPad. 11:13: Dan Rowinski: The 3rd gen had LTE.11:13: Fredric Paul: Well, the 4G replaces the new ipad at same price11:12: Adam Popescu: We hope you like these products as much as we liked creating them…you mean underage workers overseas??? Sorry, too easy.11:12: Dan Rowinski: So, the third generation iPad is just gone, huh? The iPad 2 is sticking around.11:11: Christina Ortiz: Wonder if I can write off a $329 iPad mini on my taxes as a work expense….11:09: Taylor Hatmaker: Ack! $32911:08: Fredric Paul: $329 is not a good price – Google/Amazon just had a huge exhale.11:07: Robyn Tippins: I’d love to be a fly on the wall in the room where the Android team is watching this.11:05: Taylor Hatmaker: I am definitely going to buy the iPad mini… assuming it’s priced in a way that makes sense, i.e. close enough to $199 to not be insane11:05: Robyn Tippins: I know, I love that accent.11:05: Dan Rowinski: The way Ive says aluminum kind makes me giggle.10:59: Robyn Tippins: Huge. Gigantic. Thinner. Lighter.10:59: Dan Rowinski: Is there irony in announcing a “Mini” device and touting how much bigger it is than the competition?10:58: Fredric Paul: Mini isn’t so Mini — thinner/lighter but taller/wider10:58: Fredric Paul: Interesting, though, for the first time, he’s comparing a NEW Apple product to an existing competitor. That’s a big change.10:56: Fredric Paul: Some of that stuff is gonna look pretty darn tiny, though. Which one is he comparing to…10:55: Fredric Paul: Same res as my iPad 2…So SW should still work…10:53: Dan Lyons: The world has changed. utterly and completely. boom. game over.10:53: Fredric Paul: Steve Jobs is rolling over in his grave…10:52: Fredric Paul: “There is nothing as amazing as this”10:51: Taylor Hatmaker: This screws me on selling my new iPad on CL so I can snag a Mini. Which is bound to materialize because Cook made a joke about it10:51: Fredric Paul: if you’re looking to buy an iPad – this is great. But you wouldn’t turn in your “new iPad” for a 4G.10:51: Taylor Hatmaker: I guess maybe the Mini will just be the small version of the new gen. Hm.10:50: Dan Rowinski: I would like to note that I predicted in Dec. 2011 that Apple would announce two iPads this year.10:49: Fredric Paul: faster chips is not the key here, no one is complaining about processor performance10:48: Robyn Tippins: I wish Phil would just stay and Tim would go.10:48: Jon Mitchell: iPad 4??10:47: Fredric Paul: OK, here we go…10:47: Jon Mitchell: He can barely contain himself. I wonder if it’s going to be retina.10:47: Fredric Paul: But what, exactly, are all those companies actually using iPads for? Despite trying for years, I still don’t have a good answer for that…10:45: Taylor Hatmaker: “Today we’re announcing…. the latest version of iBooks author!” zzzzz hearing “widgets” in the context of iOS is a strange experience10:45: Robyn Tippins: No, available. Big difference.10:44: Adam Popescu: 80% of US core curriculum textbooks made by Apple? WHHHAT???? And in 2500 school?? hmmm10:44: Fredric Paul: more important than graphics, is that they can be upgraded more frequently, so that they’re not years out of date10:44: Robyn Tippins: Books maybe…10:44: Adam Popescu: now they’re making textbooks? did i miss something?10:42: Taylor Hatmaker: I will like mine when it is 7.85″10:42: Fredric Paul: But when it’s time to lose a device, the tablet goes first10:42: Robyn Tippins: Say what you will, the iPad is awesome.10:39: Fredric Paul: Finally – one more thing. What’s more interesting than 100 M iPads is that so few COMPETING tablets were sold.10:39: Dan Rowinski: Those iMac prices are actually reasonable. No different from previous generations, really.10:38: Fredric Paul: I don’t care about the 21.5 version – rather have a laptop. But that 27-incher – yes please!10:38: Brian Proffitt: I feel stuck in the past…10:38: Dan Rowinski: Seagate is a Samsung partner …10:36: Fredric Paul: That is the right way to do it – for now while HDD prices are still so much lower.10:36: Taylor Hatmaker: I like Asian fusion so i imagine that the Apple fusion drive is somewhat analogous10:36: Dan Rowinski: He said reads and writes. Drink.10:36: Fredric Paul:Fusion Drive is SWWEEEEET!10:36: Dan Lyons: Gotta keep those high school kids working10:35: Adam Popescu: Foxconn has been BUSY10:35: Fredric Paul: 3TB, now THAT is a proper amount of storage!10:33: Fredric Paul: And no matter how much fun I make, I soooo want one of those 27-inchers.10:33: Robyn Tippins: I just keep thinking about the folks who have to make these.10:33: Fredric Paul: Agreed, but sooooo geeky!10:33: Jon Mitchell: The optical drive is over.10:32: Dan Rowinski: Fred, the manufacturing process that Apple creates to make these things might be some of its biggest contributions to innovation these days.10:32: Fredric Paul: LOL molecules of aluminum and friction stir welding!?? Really!?10:31: Dan Rowinski: I wonder how hot it gets.10:29: Robyn Tippins: Probably slows if you have a competing browser open10:29: Fredric Paul: it looks the same…10:29: Dan Rowinski: It is very easy to get caught up in all these announcements, Mr. Lyons. It seems like madness when we are wallowing in the mud on the day of an announcement, already looking forward to the next announcement from some competitor. I noted in an article earlier today that what we see now is much different from what we saw in 2003. I like to take a step back, take each announcement for what it is worth and put it in the grand scale of things. The long view, so to speak, while paying attention to the present day current detail.10:28: Brian Proffitt: I do find it interesting that Apple is emphaszing the environmental figures.10:28: Taylor Hatmaker: the smallest air is the relatively affordable macbook line entry point10:28: Fredric Paul: Just count the figures on the other side of the decimal point…10:27: Robyn Tippins: Do people make less than 6 figures?10:27: Taylor Hatmaker: My google i/o chromebooks remains unopened in a box sitting next to me. womp.10:27: Jon Mitchell: Yes. They make other models. Jeez, guys.10:27: Robyn Tippins: No10:27: Brian Proffitt: $2K for any laptop seems really high. Does Apple even care about the anyone making less than six figures?10:27: Jon Mitchell: “You knew there would be something called mini in this presentation, didn’t you?”10:26: Fredric Paul: Mac Mini – Better than a Chromebox!10:26: Dan Lyons: Someday we will look back on this madness and laugh10:26: Fredric Paul: $1999 for a 13-inch with Retina. Well?????10:26: Robyn Tippins: And everyone clapped for the ad.10:25: Dan Rowinski: I already have a 27-inch iMac. But I need a decent laptop too. Something under $1000 would be nice.10:25: Fredric Paul:Even with iCloud etc., I still really want 500GB10:25: Adam Popescu: Peter Coyote on the voice over btw10:25: Dan Rowinski: Indeed, Mr. Lyons. That, as a consumer, is what I desire. I prefer Mac OS X over Windows. My MacBook is five years old and dying but I am not looking for something with top of the line prices.10:24: Fredric Paul:$1699 is almost reasonable, but how much with 256GB? 128GB is NOT enough for your main computer.10:24: Dan Lyons: Rowinski did you say you are looking for something cheaper? From Apple? Amen to Fred on the speaker thing10:23: Taylor Hatmaker: Steve refused to keep sub-10.1″ objects in his presence10:23: Fredric Paul: All laptop speakers stink, though. Some just stink a little less. Even all the brands that emphasize sound, like “Beats Audio” still stink.10:23: Dan Lyons: Can we start a pool on which publication will say “Steve would never have done this” and what specifically they’ll be talking about?10:22: Taylor Hatmaker: Better speakers on a macbook is actually a draw for me. They are excruciatingly tinny10:22: Fredric Paul: I love good screens, believe me. But pixel count is like selling chip GHz – it’s just a number.10:21: Jon Mitchell: This is why people buy retina Macs. https://readwrite.com/2012/07/17/counterpoint-the-retina-macbook-pro-is-not-a-boondoggle-at-all10:21: Fredric Paul: True, but designers are a small group.10:20: Jon Mitchell: That’s not true. Designers care about screen resolution, and designers buy retina Macs.10:20: Fredric Paul: It’s a great screen, but don’t sell it by pixel count. Nobody cares.10:20: Robyn Tippins: burn10:19: Fredric Paul: I collect pixels, doesn’t everyone? I mean, does anyone choose a computer by number of pixels. Focus on benefits already.10:19: Taylor Hatmaker: 2,560 x 1600 display on the 13″ retina MBP10:18: Dan Rowinski: What I am really looking for from Apple in terms of MacBooks is something a little cheaper. It is great to add new features, specs and all the fun doodads, but I just want something functional that doesn’t break my bank. 10:17: Robyn Tippins: LOL10:16: Fredric Paul: Not everyone – https://readwrite.com/2012/07/12/apples-brilliant-boondoggle-macbook-pro-retina-display10:16: Taylor Hatmaker: c’mon 13″ retina Macbook… daddy needs a new pair of… high resolution notebooks?10:16: Robyn Tippins: Finally.10:16: Taylor Hatmaker: macbook refresh incoming!10:15: Fredric Paul: Am I missing something, but is this kinda boring so far? Tim is not at his best here.10:14: Dan Rowinski: That would put Apple’s cut at nearly $3 billion actually.10:14: Taylor Hatmaker: “Just like you would expect… If you’re Japanese”… lol10:14: Brian Proffitt: So that puts Apple’s cut at nearly $279 million10:12: Robyn Tippins: 🙂 I’d like to fast forward…10:12: Dan Rowinski: Apple keeps 30%10:11: Robyn Tippins: He’s really breathy. Robyn Tippins: 30% right?10:11: Brian Proffitt: So $6.5 billion to developers… what’s Apple’s cut again?10:11: Adam Popescu: This feels like an episode of South Park10:11: Taylor Hatmaker: That’s almost .5 Kajillion10:10: Taylor Hatmaker: 35 billion app downloads. Wowza10:10: Dan Rowinski: Classic device launch script: tout all your big stats, make yourself look good and give headlines to the bloggers. Everybody does it, not just Apple.10:10: Brian Proffitt: This is a very soft intro. A lot of these features are pretty well-known. Wonder what the pay off will be?10:09: Taylor Hatmaker: Watching this livestream is the first time that I’ve opened Safari in… ever10:09: Robyn Tippins: Probably the most usage Safari has had in a while…10:08: Brian Proffitt: Definitely a dig on the Android fragmentation problem.10:07: Fredric Paul: 200 Million devices on iOS 6 is actually impressive, because when Android debuts a new OS, very, very few devices actually use it.10:07: Fredric Paul: Is Cook positioning the mini as a super iPod Touch?10:06: Jon Mitchell: That video made me hate myself10:05: Robyn Tippins: I think it’s creepy10:05: Fredric Paul: The level of fetish that Apple creates is sort of impressive. It’s just a phone, but people treat it as a talisman.10:04: John Paul Titlow: I like how they snuck in a shot of somebody taking a photo with an iPad, to try and make that look normal.10:04: Jon Mitchell: This video is disgusting10:03: Brian Proffitt: Hey, it’s a Samsung commercial!10:03: Robyn Tippins: SNL is going to have a field day immitating him10:02: Brian Proffitt: Our factory didn’t make enough phones! Work harder! 10:02: Robyn Tippins: Good song. Feels weird that they clap for this…9:59: Jon Mitchell: This is my friend’s band. I can’t believe this is happening.9:58: Brian Proffitt: Apple’s Next Big Thing: iZombies9:58: Dan Rowinski: Are the Foo Fighters going to play again? Or, has Apple figured out how to to bring people back from the dead and put Kurt Cobain and Nirvana on stage?9:57: Dan Rowinski: Petty dig by Apple to only make the livestream available through Apple products and the Safari browser.9:55: Fredric Paul: The touch comparison is very interesting, since it’s now priced at $2999:54 Taylor Hatmaker: Weird watching one of these livestreams, i can’t remember the last time they provided one9:53: Jon Mitchell: Apple’s stream only works on Safari. I can’t believe how much of dicks they are.9:50: Taylor Hatmaker: Apple’s iPod touch shopping page is down for now, so obviously that will all be reconfigured in light of the New Thing9:50: Dan Rowinski: Many people thought that when the original iPad came out, it was the classic tweener device. Not a smartphone, not a laptop. Yet, the touchscreen tablet has found a viable niche for itself. Yet, is the so-called Mini the tweener of a tweener? A luxury device or essentially for entertainment and productivity? All the same Tuestions apply that come with any new device that enters the market, but because it is Apple, those questions are infinitely magnified.9:49: Taylor Hatmaker: It’s going to be interesting to see how low Apple can push the price on an iDevice. Especially how it will be positioned with the iPod touch, which will obviously be an inferior device hovering around the same price point9:47: Dan Rowinski: My biggest question here is a matter of market dynamics. The iPad Mini is great, in theory, for a standalone device. But, how much does it cost? Will it eat into Apple’s margins? If Apple prices it at greater than $300, will it be enough to undercut the quality (but cheaper) entries to the market like the Nexus 7 and new Kindle Fire?9:45: Brian Proffitt: Basically I am interested in how Apple will message the whole new-tablet/new-laptop form of devices, if that’s what happens today. Should make for a very balanced approach. adam popescu
How Myia Health’s Partnership with Mercy Virtua… Tags:#AR#Internet of Things#IoT#recruiting#virtual reality#VR Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Andrew Woodberry Related Posts Follow the Puck According to a 2016 Deloitte survey, fully two-thirds of Millennials expect to leave their current jobs by 2020. What does that mean for human resources departments?A fluid and robust job market has made recruiting more competitive than ever. Connecting with potential employees, particularly Millennials, is not easy. Technology such as LinkedIn and Indeed has made identifying potential employees simpler, but convincing the best potential candidates to actually join a company has become more complicated. Younger potential employees crave authentic, interesting ways to learn about their future potential employers.Enter virtual reality.VR has long been hailed as an immersive, transformative technology. And though the gaming and entertainment industries were early adopters of the technology, human resources has lagged a bit behind. It’s understandable for an industry built upon rules and processes that don’t leave much flexibility for creativity. But recruiters, in particular, are being tasked with finding out-of-the-box ways to connect with a new generation of potential employees, as newspaper ads and job postings at college career centers become outdated as a methodology of recruitment.See also: How VR training apps are becoming realityA division of Toyota, for example, was looking for a way to immersively allow attendees at a job fair to tour a rural office location. Physical transportation of all potential candidates was not feasible, nor cost-effective, so they turned to VR. They originally utilized our InstaVR platform to create Gear VR tours of a virtual “Day on the Job”. They found the VR tours to be so popular and engaging that they wanted to upgrade, and extend the tours past the time limitations of a Gear VR headset. The result is room-scale VR tours of their offices of 20+ minutes in length on the HTC Vive.They’re not the only company to incorporate VR office tours into their recruiting mix. Jet.com, now a division of Walmart, was utilizing VR as far back as 2015 to give job seekers a peek into their unique New Jersey headquarters and corporate culture. Same with General Mills, an early adopter of using the Oculus Rift in 2015 for immersive tours of their Minneapolis campus, and the surrounding area. Now that VR headsets are more mainstream, and cheaper options like the Google Cardboard exist, employers don’t even need to meet potential employees in person to demonstrate their VR videos. Distribution can be done through iTunes, Google Play, or even through WebVR.But headsets aren’t enoughJust having VR headsets present at recruiting events is enough to generate initial interest in companies. Unlike stress balls or t-shirts, VR gives younger potential employees memorable, informative experiences, and can help make more traditional organizations seem tech forward. John Alonso, Founder of Inlet Shores Group, creates immersive Gear VR videos for a US federal government client to demonstrate at hiring events. “This has been a huge success,” commented Alonso. “The combination of VR as an effective tool to communicate, plus that it is new, modern and interesting has meant that the recruiting team at these events is seeing significantly more interest than ever before.”(image courtesy of Inlet Shores Group)For some potential employees, knowing VR is part of their training can provide a measure of comfort. Jono Kirkham, Livewire Program Development Lead, produces VR training apps for the broadest reaching children’s charity in Australia. His immersive VR experiences allow potential volunteers to understand what it’s like to be a severely ill child, before the volunteer ever steps foot in a hospital.“When you put the headset on, you are transported into a hospital room and are lying on a hospital bed absorbing the experience from the perspective of a sick adolescent,” said Kirkham, “Hearing the beeps from the machines and footsteps outside the hallway.” These VR applications, according to Kirkham, help Livewire facilitators to understand what being in a hospital is like for young people, ensuring their facilitators continue to deliver the best possible experiences for hospitalised teenagers across Australia.VR for recruiting isn’t exactly new. Colleges and universities have been using it to market to students in far flung geographic locations for years. The Savannah College of Art and Design, for instance, mailed over 5,000 Google Cardboard headsets to prospective students in 2016. But with the average cost-per-hire now exceeding $4,000, according to the Society for Human Resource Management, Virtual Reality provides a cost-effective way to wow candidates and virtually transport them to experience your corporate culture and offices. As VR for recruiting becomes increasingly popular, the question becomes less should companies use it, and more how can they most effectively leverage the technology.This article is part of our Virtual Reality series. You can download a high-resolution version of the landscape featuring 431 companies here
Neymar #11 of Barcelona heads for the net in the first half against Juventus during the International Champions Cup 2017 on July 22, 2017 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Elsa/Getty Images/AFPHe has dazzled Rio’s imposing Maracana and Barcelona’s storied Camp Nou, but it’s Guingamp’s humble 17,000-capacity Stade du Rouduorou, tucked away in sleepy Brittany, which on Sunday greets Neymar, the world’s most expensive footballer.With the mundanity of transfer paperwork finally resolved, the 25-year-old Brazilian magician will line up for Paris Saint-Germain for the first time since his mind-boggling 222 million euro ($261 million) move from Barcelona.ADVERTISEMENT Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters “Neymar — the football version,” ran their headline on Saturday in a light-hearted reference to how the most expensive transfer in football history has dominated news despite Neymar not yet having kicked a ball in anger.“A trio of Neymar, Pastore and Angel di Maria will support (striker) Ederson Cavani,” predicted L’Equipe.The match in Guingamp kicks-off at 1900GMT.An hour later, and around 1,200km further south, Barcelona will start their first competitive match without Neymar by facing bitter rivals Real Madrid in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup.Barca’s scattergun approach to finding a replacement for Neymar has so far been unsuccessful with bids for Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele of Borussia Dortmund rebuffed.Gerard Deulofeu was handed Neymar’s role alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez up front in Monday’s 5-0 friendly win over Chapecoense on his return to the club after spells at Everton and AC Milan.And the Spanish international took his chance with a goal and two assists in just 45 minutes on the field.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next NGCP on security risk: Chinese just technical advisers Sore left arm keeps Sharapova out of Cincinnati event Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side “He’s physically ready to play the whole ninety minutes,” PSG coach Unai Emery told AFP.“He’s been working well and we looked hard at tactics and free-kicks. We all want him in the starting eleven, he’s a player we need in the group.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsEven Guingamp coach Antoine Kombouaré, himself a former PSG boss, wants Neymar to play despite the potential for destruction at the feet of the Brazilian superstar.“I want the fans to come Sunday to see Guingamp win… preferably against a side with Neymar in it. “We could have filled a stadium of 40,000 seats with no problem at all,” said Guingamp president Bertrand Desplat whose club budget is an eighth of what PSG paid for Neymar.“Remember the star of the show is going to be Neymar and for us we want to welcome this very special player and his team in the best conditions possible.”Journalists from far and wide are expected for the game — the ground’s press tribune, built to hold 80 people, has been extended to cater for 350.A total of 145 stewards will be on duty at the ground — 30 more than usual.1,200km away, Barca start new eraMeanwhile, French media speculated over who in the expensively-assembled PSG team will make way for Neymar.Le Parisien suggested it will be Javier Pastore, the Argentine star who was the first major signing after PSG were bought by their ambitious Qatari owners.“After first giving up his No.10 shirt, will he (Pastore) now give him (Neymar) his place in the team?” Le Parisien asked of the player who took up the No.10 shirt after Zlatan Ibrahimovic left for Manchester United last season, only to hand it to the Brazilian this summer.“Neymar will start on the left at the cost of Pastore.”Sports daily L’Equipe saw things differently, though. DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games “But the people here are not talking about Neymar. The people here support their team.”It will be a major culture shock for Neymar in a town which has a population of just 7,000 and is best known for its annual Breton dance showcase, the Saint Loup Festival which draws visitors from around the world.However, that’s not to say that Guingamp do not have football pedigree.They were French Cup winners in 2009 and 2014 and last season beat PSG 2-1 in the corresponding league fixture, the capital city club’s second defeat in four visits to Guingamp since their hosts were promoted in 2013.Furthermore, former Chelsea and Ivory Coast star Didier Drogba spent a season at the club in 2002/2003.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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Former Oklahoma State turned Dallas Cowboy Dez Bryant is No. 1 on the NFLPA top 50 player sales in quarter 1 of the 2016 year, according to a release from the NFLPA.Bryant is the first player since the list was created in 2013 to top the list that isn’t a quarterback. And apparently, it pays to be a Dallas Cowboy. Four of the top five players listed in the top sales are Dallas Cowboys: No. 1 Dez Bryant, No. 2 Tony Romo, No. 3 Ezekiel Elliott, No. 5 Jason Witten.The list is based on total sales of all officially licensed NFL player merchandise, and this specific list references March 1-May 31 of this year.Check out the full list below:Source: NFLPAIf you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!