The return of Jamiroquai is probably the best thing to happen in 2017 so far. Any bit of music we get from them is godsent. So far, Jay Kay & Co. have released two new tracks “Automaton” and “Cloud 9” – both are stellar additions to their already amazing library. It’s always nice, though, to go back in their catalogue and enjoy the songs that made them what they are today.Full Video Of Jamiroquai Performance From 20 Years Ago Has Surfaced [Watch]The group, who take their name from a native American tribe, has now shared a pro-shot video of “Seven Days in Sunny June” from their 2005 Dynamite record. It only gets us more excited for their upcoming European tour, which starts this June in London, and sees the band tour throughout November.
…entity explores pension payment optionsCome 2019, pensioners can access their monthly pension payments through several more convenient payment options.Telecommunications Minister Cathy Hughes explained that the Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC) under her remit is responsible for administering these payments and will be introducing new methods to effect same.Even as the postal service in Guyana strives to maintain and upkeep its relevance in this day and age, incorporating technology and digitisation in its day-to-day operations is being explored by the Ministry under whose authority it falls.With regards to the payment of pensions, “These will include a choice of either having a transfer to a bank account that the citizen may have, by cheque or some of the new financial payment systems, such as like mobile money or if they choose, they can continue to visit the post office. The difference is at least the citizens would have a choice,” Minister Hughes is quoted by the Department of Public Information as saying.The Telecommunications Minister in her 2019 Budget Debate presentation, toldTelecommunications Minister Cathy Hughesthe National Assembly that within the past two years, the GPOC suffered a loss of $8.3 million as a result of a number of robberies; the most recent being $2.2 million taken from the Charity Post Office in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam).Minister Hughes also indicated that financial transactions conducted at post offices should be done in a more modern manner, hence the move to explore these options. Also, postal services, if they are to become financially viable, must reduce the amount of cash it has on hold.In a more general sense, she said Guyana needs to move into new financial payment methods when it comes to paying our pensioners.“With this in mind, the postal service is committed to leaving no stone unturned and therefore we have started to look at projects that would be able to increase the convenience of our senior citizens in accessing their pensions.”Additionally, the Ministry recognising that a significant number of citizens are approaching the year of retirement, has envisioned electronic payment to these persons as a smoother transition. “We know that many of them already have bank accounts and are digitally competent and therefore we are sure they would want to utilise such a facility,” Minister Hughes said. read more
Lys Mousset (Le Havre to Bournemouth) – £5.5m – After the player took part in the Toulon Tournament this summer, the Cherries moved swiftly to sign the 20-year-old forward. Signed as one for the future rather than to battle with Callum Wilson and Benik Afobe. He scored 14 goals and three assists in Ligue 2 last year. Meanwhile, the player himself revealed hed had offers from Torino, CSKA Moscow, Sevilla and even Tottenham. 9 Nampalys Mendy (Nice to Leicester City) – £13m – A club-record signing, although this is likely to be beaten when they confirm a deal for Ahmed Musa, Mendy adds greater depth to the Foxes squad in midfield. Hes a precise passer but not quite the tackler NGolo Kante is although who is? Steve Mandanda (Marseille to Crystal Palace) – Free transfer – Wayne Hennesseys performances with Wales may be in vain this summer, with Alan Pardew swooping for French international goalkeeper Mandanda. A free transfer, this is a frontrunner for deal of the summer. A natural leader and a competent shot-stopper, hes one for your Fantasy Football teams too. 9 Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City to Manchester City) – Undisclosed – Signed from Australia, Mooy has already been loaned out to Huddersfield Town as he returns to England. Once on the books of Bolton Wanderers, hell want to make an impact in the Championship this season. Isaac Success (Granada to Watford) – £12.5m – Able to play on either flank or as a striker, the Nigerian will offer depth and potential at Vicarage Road next year. Still only 20, he grabbed six goals and two assists last year and will want to push on in the Premier League. Compatriot Odion Ighalo will help him settle in England. 9 9 9 9 9 9 Denis Suarez (Villarreal to Barcelona) – £2.7m – Real Madrid may have re-signed Alvaro Morata, but Barcelona have gone and bought back Suarez. Hell likely only compete with Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar, but he will also come in to give them vital periods of rest. At £2.7m hes a snip. 9 Marten de Roon (Atalanta to Middlesbrough) – £12m – Click the right arrow above to see more transfer you might have missed… – You may be excused if you havent heard too much about the Dutch midfielder. Dont expect goals and assists from him, youre going to see tackles and plenty of them. He led Serie A in tackles made last season his first campaign in Italy after joining from Heerenveen. But Boro fans may be wary of ex-Heerenveen stars following Afonso Alves time with the club. We’re five days into July and already the transfers are piling up.Moves are happening on a daily basis as clubs around Europe ditch their duds and sign up stars.With Euro 2016 on it’s been tough to keep track of every deal which has gone through, so it’s likely you may well have missed one or two.So, to help you out, here at talkSPORT we’ve gathered some of the most recent deals to go through.Click the right arrow above to see nine transfers you might have missed… Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham to Everton) – £1m – Another goalkeeper on the move is Dutch international Stekelenburg, though were hedging our bets this is just to be experienced back up. He was on loan at Southampton last season when Fraser Forster was injured so knows Ronald Koeman well already. Thomas Meunier (Club Brugge to Paris Saint-Germain) – Undisclosed – On the back of his impressive displays for Belgium at right-back, the 24-year-old has been snapped up by Unai Emery. He will replace Gregory van der Wiel who left the French side on a free transfer this summer, but face a battle with Serge Aurier for a starting spot. read more
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