VW boss: ‘We have no forced labour’

first_imgVolkswagen has defended its decision to continue operating a car plant in Xinjiang, a Chinese region mired in allegations of large-scale human rights abuses by the state.Evidence that hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other minorities are being detained in camps, or used as forced labour in factories, has led some multinational companies to cut ties with the region, despite China’s insistence that the claims are untrue.- Advertisement – The BBC’s John Sudworth spoke to VW’s CEO Stephan Wollenstein, who said they do “not have forced labour” at their factory in Uruqmi.Read more: – Advertisement – China Muslims: Volkswagen says ‘no forced labour’ at Xinjiang plantcenter_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

Mike Tyson ‘truly great’ in his prime, says Holyfield

first_img Promoted ContentWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 10 Female Stars Everyone Had A Crush On In The 90sA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe Adorable Model For Simba In The Lion King RemakeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet20 Historical Things You Won’t Believe Actually HappenedPeople Born In The 90-s Know What It IsHow Traditional Wedding Outfits Look Around The World10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People Live Former World heavyweight champion. Evander ‘Real Deal’ Holyfield, has described Mike Tyson as a great boxer during his prime. Speaking on social media Evander Holyfield said: “I would admit that no one would out work Tyson in the gym back in his younger days. I watched him and I say man, gosh, man, he is good. He can do everything good and he had the punching power that he knocked all the people out. I didn’t have that kind of power but I was a skillful boxer.” Praise from your own competitor like that says it all. Many times when youngest heavyweight champion in history Mike Tyson’s name comes up often fans like to talk about two sides of his career. His younger days before going to prison and then the latter half of his career. In the beginning, under the guidance of trainer Cus D’Amato, Tyson appeared to be the perfect fighting machine with the fight style instilled in him coupled with his physicality.Advertisement Respectfully, as time went on however the spiritual open heart warrior that once existed resorted to a more closed off gentleman. A fighter not enjoying his work as much and more of a one-punch knockout merchant just looking to land that one big dig. read also:Stop Mike Tyson from fighting at 54,Hatton pleads with boxing authorities Nor that brilliantly conditioned, supremely mobile, defensively sound, boxing genius that he was in his younger days for a heavyweight. He did have a lot of external forces not his fault go against him, mind. Indeed, one of his former rivals admits as much about him back in the young days. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… last_img read more

Sprite Ball: Kumasi Girls overcome extreme odds again to clinch second title

first_imgFor the second time in two years, Kumasi Girls Senior High School have emerged victorious in the Girls Division of the Sprite Ball Championship.The 2019 edition of the celebrated Championship ended on Saturday with Kumasi Girls retaining its title after beating Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School 22-14 in the final.Despite taking a huge 11-0 lead, Kumasi Girls were made to work for the win as Mfantsiman battled hard to trail 6-11 at the end of the first half.Another big run from the Saltpond based school panned out early in the second half but was snuffed out quickly by Kumasi Girls with Center Abigail Gyamfi leading the way. Gyamfi was named Most Valuable Player in the Division.Kumasi Girls won its first title last year on the back of a torturous journey from having no standard playing surface to practice on. The bumpy nature of the threadbare surface forces players to improve ball handling skills using the smoother surface in the school’s Assembly Hall.Despite incessant calls for help, the playing unit had to endure another strenuous preparation on the poor surface for this year’s competition.—last_img read more