Mike Tyson to clash with Roy Jones Jr

Mike Tyson – 54 and Roy Jones Jr – 51

It has been 15 years since Mike Tyson last fought. His last fight was between himself and Kevin McBride in November, 11, 2005 when he lost a match.

Roy Jones Jr, last fought in November 2008 when beat Felix Trinidad, it has been 12 years he last fought.

These two boxers will fight this coming weekend; the 28 November 2020. Mike Tyson bite off his opponent ear: Evander Holy field in June, 28, 1997.

When Roy being asked by the Sky Sports if he was not worried about bites during their match he said, “If it comes down to bite, we’re going to bite. Whatever has to happen, is going to happen, that’s just what it is.

Roy is 51 year old while Mike is 54 years old, their fight will take place in Staples Center in Los Angeles in an 8 round exhibition fight at 9:00 pm

Mike Tyson is a heavy weight champion while Roy Jones Jr is a light heavy weight winner, both boxers are excited to come back in their later years to become fit and make a redundant boxing game lively again.

Can Robert Kyagulanyi be a hope for the Ugandans.

Robert Kyagulanyi, is a candidate in the presidential elections that will take place in January 2020.

Robert Kyagulanyi of the National Unity Platform (NUP) will be contesting for the presidential election in January 2020.

President Yoweri Museveni has been the president of Uganda for the past 34 years when he came in power after Idi Amin toppled by the rebellions he was part of during 1971 and 1979.

You will remember that Idi Amin was a ruthless and cruel leader of his time as he massacred 300000 civilians during his reign.

Idi Amin welcomed terrorists plane that was meant to travel from Israel to Paris on the 27th June 1976, plane landed in Uganda at Entebbe Airport.

Israel set free the refugees through certain tactics, that Idi thought some certain people have conspired with Israelites hence he ordered airport staff to be killed.

Kenya helped Israel soldiers to gain access to Uganda as a result Idi Amin ordered all Kenyans living in Uganda to be killed.

In the same breath Yoweri Museveni ordered 50 people to be killed during November 2020 by his police force as Robert Kyagulanyi of the opposition party poses a threat to his tyrannical rule that lasted for almost 34 years since 1986.

Uganda policies under Yuweri Museveni are regarded as most violation against human rights, i. e. Homosexuality is an offense and gays and lesbian are being sentenced to death penalty, police force can use live ammunition to disperse even peaceful protests.

SA is not ready to work from home, as Covid 19 continues to haunt the world.

South Africa went to level 5 lock down on the 26 March 2020 up until level 1 on the 21st September 2020.

Covid 19 compelled many companies to resolve to online platforms to conduct their daily duties.

Denmark is one country in the world that is capable to utilize technology to do most of the business online and it safe in terms of Covid 19 transmission.

So, is South Africa ready to transform into a nation of teleworkers? In a word, says the Internet Service Provider`s Association`s Ant Brooks, “no.”

“While it is quite possible to telecommute now – I work from home – South Africa won`t really be ready for cost-effective telecommuting until the costs of local telecommunications services plummet. And that won`t happen until there`s a significant shift in government`s approach to telecomms deregulation,” he says.

Mike van den Bergh, chairman of the Communications Users Association, agrees: “Unfortunately we are far from having the telecoms infrastructure to make telecommuting feasible. For telecommuting to work, broadband is essential. Tele-workers will not work comfortably or effectively at speeds which are materially lower than those they would experience in the office environment.”