Botswana’s economy is projected to expand at a faster pace this year compared to last year as the mining sector benefits from a recovery in the global economy, Finance Minister Kenneth Matambo said on Monday.

Presenting the 2018 budget to parliament, Matambo said GDP growth was projected at 5.3 percent in 2018 from an estimated 4.7 percent expansion in 2017.

Matambo said Botswana’s budget deficit was projected to widen to 3.59 billion pula ($372 million) or 1.8 percent of GDP in the 2018/19 fiscal year from an estimated deficit of 2.42 billion pula or 1.3 percent of GDP in the prior year.

The country’s fiscal year runs from April to March.

“Although the economy is expected to improve in performance, our fiscal position remains tight and government will continue to manage expenditure,” Matambo said.

“Government sees the expected deficit to be temporal and will, therefore, be financed by a combination of drawing down on existing loans and cash reserves.”

South Africa's ruling party has called a meeting of its top body for Wednesday, amid growing pressure on President Jacob Zuma to stand down.

In a statement, the ANC said that the meeting was called to discuss the "management of the transition" between the Zuma and Ramaphosa administrations.

On Monday, senior politicians held an emergency meeting in Johannesburg to discuss Mr Zuma's future.

The president has resisted calls to quit over corruption allegations.

Mr Zuma, 75, was replaced as party leader in December, and his deputy and successor, Cyril Ramaphosa, 65, would step into the presidency if he were recalled by the ANC.

An ANC spokeswoman told Reuters news agency that the removal of President Zuma was not on the agenda at Monday's meeting.

The president, in power since 2009, is due to make a state of the nation address on Thursday, and some in the party want Mr Zuma to leave office ahead of that speech.

On Wednesday the ANC's National Executive Committee will meet.

If the committee agrees to recall Mr Zuma, the BBC's Andrew Harding says, it would be very hard for him to resist.

He might even face a no-confidence motion in parliament the next day, our correspondent adds.

Mr Zuma, who spent time in prison for his part in the fight against apartheid, met the ANC's top six on Sunday. They are said to have failed to convince him to stand aside.

Julius Malema, an opposition leader and former ANC member, said on Twitter that Mr Zuma had refused to go early.


He refused to resign and he told them to take a decision to remove him if they so wish to do so because he didn’t do anything wrong to the country. He’s arguing that he complied with all legal instructions including paying back the money, what more do they want from him


Other unconfirmed reports from Sunday's meeting say that Mr Zuma asked for protection from prosecution for himself and his family.

Why does the ANC want to remove him?

Mr Zuma's presidency has been overshadowed by allegations of corruption.

In recent years his links to the wealthy India-born Gupta family, who are alleged to have influenced the government through their relationship with Mr Zuma, have caused his popularity to plummet. In South Africa, it has become known as "state capture".

Both Mr Zuma and the Guptas deny the allegations.

Then there is also the country's struggling economy, with the unemployment rate rising to about 28%.

As a result, many in the ANC fear his presidency has become toxic - and is hurting the party's standing.

That appeared to be borne out at the 2016 local elections, when the ANC lost ground to the opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) and Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

With a general election set for 2019, the ANC will be keen to distance itself from any more negative press - and therefore it is perhaps not surprising that Mr Ramaphosa was elected the party leader on an anti-corruption platform.

However, Mr Zuma still has his supporters within the ANC - including three of the top six - so nothing is definite.

On Monday, there were scuffles out the ANC headquarters between small groups of pro- and anti-Zuma supporters.

What are the allegations against him?

2005: Charged with corruption over multi-billion dollar 1999 arms deal - charges dropped shortly before he becomes president in 2009

2016: Court orders he should be charged with 18 counts of corruption over the deal

2005: Charged with raping family friend - acquitted in 2006

2016: Court rules he breached his oath of office by using government money to upgrade private home in Nkandla - he has repaid the money

2017: South Africa's public protector said he should appoint judge-led inquiry into allegations he profiteered from relationship with wealthy Gupta family - he denies allegations, as have the Guptas

2018: Zuma approves inquiry

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence departed for a trip to Japan and South Korea on Monday with a stark message that countries should not be fooled by what the White House sees as a North Korean attempt to overshadow the 2018 Olympics with propaganda.

Pence is leading a U.S. delegation to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea in part to offset efforts by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to present what President Donald Trump’s advisers see as a facade of international goodwill and cooperation.

Officials said on Monday that North Korea’s ceremonial leader Kim Yong Nam is traveling to South Korea this week, making him the most senior North Korean official to enter the country since the Korean War ended with a truce in 1953, and raising hopes about potential inter-Korean talks.

Hundreds of North Korean officials, athletes, cheerleaders and artistic performers are also expected to attend.

Despite an optimistic tone by South Korea’s Blue House, which noted North Korea’s resolve to improve relations on the peninsula, White House officials are not convinced.

They want to keep focus on the North’s disregard for calls to halt its nuclear program, flouting U.N. rules, and convince allies to keep putting pressure on Pyongyang.

Pence is bringing a guest to the Olympics to illustrate his point: Fred Warmbier, the father of Otto Warmbier, an American student who was imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months and died in June 2017 from lack of oxygen and blood to the brain.

“The vice president will be there with Mr. Warmbier at the Opening Ceremony ... to remind the world of the atrocities that happen in North Korea,” a White House official said.

On Friday Pence will also visit a memorial for 46 South Korean sailors killed in 2010 in the sinking of a warship that Seoul blamed on a North Korean torpedo attack.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Monday “we’ll have to see what happens” when asked whether Pence or other officials would meet North Koreans at the Winter Olympic Games.

No such meetings are planned.

“The vice president most certainly is not seeking a meeting with the North Koreans,” a White House official said.

Pence will hold a briefing with U.S. military officials about ballistic missile defense systems in Alaska before proceeding to Japan, where he lands on Tuesday. There he will meet with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and visit troops at Yokota Air Base before departing for Seoul on Thursday, where he will meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

Trump has been critical of a trade imbalance between the United States and South Korea, but the official said trade was not the focus of Pence’s trip.

After the memorial visit, Pence heads to Pyeongchang for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games and remains at the Games until Saturday.

World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Super Middleweight champion Gilberto Ramirez (37-0, 25 KOs) scored a one-sided six round beatdown over previously unbeaten challenger Habib Ahmed (22-1, 17 KOs) of Ghana, on Saturday night at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas.

The Ghanaian went into the bout with the aim of shocking the champion, but he was overpowered by the hard-hitting Mexican.

The bout was waved off by referee Laurence Cole with Ahmed under heavy fire.

Time was 2:31. It was Ramirez’s first KO since 2014.

The bout was the Mexican third defense of his WBO World super middleweight strap.

On the night, another Ghanaian Thomas Awinbono was stopped in round by one Jessie Hart.

At the 2018 World Cup in Russia commencing in June, Africa will be represented by the five countries who topped their qualification groups after three rounds of competition — Nigeria (Group B), Egypt (Group E), Senegal (Group D), Tunisia (Group A) and Morocco (Group C).

Of these, Senegal is currently the bookies’ favorite to finish as the top African nation, at odds of 15/8, followed by Nigeria and Egypt at 11/4. Morocco and Tunisia are currently at 7/1 and 10/1 respectively. However, none of the African nations competing in Russia are considered likely winners of the tournament — Senegal is the lowest priced at 150/1, while you can get as much as 750/1 on Tunisia being Africa’s first ever World Cup winners. 

To date, no African side has made it past the quarter final stage (Cameroon 1990, Senegal 2002, Ghana 2010), and if the online sports books are to be believed, even getting to this stage looks to be out of the question this time around.

When looking at the odds given by top bookmakers like betbright, which also offers casino games, you get a clear picture of the favorites for the World Cup competition, and how far off the pace the African nations are thought to be — the current favorites Germany are 9/2, followed by Brazil at 5/1 and France at 6/1, while Spain are currently priced at 8/1.

A brief guide to African nations at the World Cup


Nigeria were the first side from Africa to qualify for Russia after a 1-0 win over Zambia in their penultimate game. Since first making the World Cup finals in 1994, the Super Eagles have only missed out on qualifying once (Germany 2006).

Captain John Obi Mikel and midfielder Victor Moses were the leading lights during the qualifying campaign, but Nigeria (now ranked 51 in the world) will find the finals tougher going, being drawn in Group D with Argentina, Iceland and Croatia. 

With experienced German manager Gernot Rohr in charge, and a number of players on the books of Premier League clubs, the Super Eagles will nevertheless likely be depending on veterans Mikel and Moses if they are to have any hope of advancing in the competition for the first time, although keen observers also suggest that Kelechi Iheanacho, the 21-year-old Leicester City striker, could be a youngster who makes a name for himself in Russia.


Egypt (Group E) hasn’t qualified for a World Cup since Italia 90, but this time they did it with a game to spare, fired on by a late winner by Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah against bottom-of-the-group Congo.

This will be the third appearance for the Pharaohs in the World Cup finals who, despite possessing one of the world’s most in-form strikers in Salah, are noted for being sound defensively but without a great deal of attacking flair under Argentinian coach Hector Cuper. 

However, this approach has proved successful, with Egypt now ranked 30 in the world, and if Salah is on target and Arsenal defender Mohamed Elneny can keep them organized at the back, they have a slim chance of progressing out of Group A, although it’s hard to see them getting the better of hosts Russia and former winners Uruguay (Saudi Arabia are also in Egypt’s group).


Senegal topped Group D ahead of Burkina Faso, with Cape Verde in third and a disappointing South Africa in last place, to qualify for the World Cup finals for the second time (they previously appeared in 2002).

The Lions of Teranga currently sit at 24 in the FIFA rankings (behind only Tunisia). With former captain Aliou Cisse as coach, they will face Poland, Colombia and Japan in Group H, and they have perhaps the best chance of all the African nations of progressing beyond the group stages (current odds of topping the group are 9/2). Sadio Mane, now at Liverpool, has won over 40 caps for his country and is probably the most high-profile member of the squad, although hopes are high that Monaco’s Keita Baldé Diao will make an impression in his first major international tournament.


Tunisia won four of its six qualifying games in Group A and finished unbeaten, a point ahead of DR Congo, with Guinea and Libya finishing in third and fourth places. This will be Tunisia’s fifth appearance at the World Cup finals, although to date they have not progressed beyond the group stages. Unfortunately, they seem unlikely to go any further in 2018 either, having been drawn in Group G with Belgium, Panama and England.

Managed by Nabil Maaloul in his second spell in charge of the national team, many of Tunisia’s players ply their trade in the domestic league as opposed to turning out for European clubs, but despite this seeming handicap, Tunisia is currently the highest ranked African nation at 23 (having leapt four places this year). The key to Tunisia’s success (or otherwise) will likely be experienced Marseille defender Aymen Abdennour (on loan from Valencia), with ES Tunis midfielder Ghaylene Chaalali also expected to impress.


Morocco, now placed 39 in the FIFA rankings, had a triumphant qualifying campaign, remaining unbeaten and finishing four points clear at the top of Group C, which also included Ivory Coast, Gabon and Mali. However, they face a difficult task in their fifth Word Cup finals (having last qualified in 1998), as they are drawn in Group B alongside Portugal, Spain and Iran.

Coached by France’s Herve Renard, who has had previous African Cup of Nations success with Zambia in 2012 and Ivory Coast in 2015, Morocco will largely be relying on Juventus defender Medhi Benatia, who scored his first goal for the Atlas Lions in six years when he netted against Ivory Coast to seal qualification for Russia. Hakim Ziyech, the 24-year-old Ajax midfielder who has scored 7 goals in 13 appearances for his country, is expected by many observers to have a breakthrough tournament and to make his name on the international scene.

The teams who didn’t make it to Russia

Some of the bigger and more fancied names in African football who did not manage to qualify for Russia in 2018 include DR Congo, Cameroon, Zambia and Ivory Coast. However, the biggest surprise — and disappointment — was the failure of Ghana’s Black Stars to get through the qualifying rounds.

Having been the first African country to qualify for Brazil in 2014 (albeit ultimately finishing bottom of their group with only 1 point), hopes were high that not only would Ghana progress to the finals in Russia, but that they would at least equal their performance of reaching the quarter finals at the 2010 tournament in South Africa. However, they were sadly knocked out of their qualifying group (along with Uganda and Congo) which was ultimately won by Egypt — although the campaign was not without its fair share of controversy.

The Black Stars started poorly, picking up only two points from their first three games, and their unconvincing home form meant that they struggled to get their campaign back on track. They were, however, able to keep feint hopes of qualifying alive, but with two matches to go, Ghana’s fate was already out of its own hands and it was depending on other results to go its way.

And then came the final, fateful fixture against Uganda, and possibly one of the worse refereeing decisions ever endured.

With scores locked away at 0-0 in stoppage time during the final qualifying match, Raphael Dwamena scored what subsequent TV replays showed to be a perfectly legal goal, but which was inexplicably ruled offside by the match officials (this followed on from a disallowed penalty that should have been awarded to Frank Acheampong in the second half after he was clearly brought down inside the area). 

The offside decision was so egregious that it prompted the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to launch an offical protest as soon as the match finished in Kampala. Coach Kwesi Appiah and his players were understandably mystified and angered by the decision, which effectively brought the curtain down on a disappointing campaign and which ended Ghana’s chances of being able to play in Russia.

Where to now for football in Ghana?

Failure to qualify for the World Cup has unsurprisingly led to a great deal of introspection as to what went wrong and what the GFA needs to do next — some of which has been helpful, some of which less so.

According to Kwadwo Amaniampong, writing in the Guardian, the slashing of funding for the national team as a result of battles between the GFA and the former Minister for Sport has played a significant role in the Black Stars’ demise. He also suggests that ageing stars have not been adequately replaced and that young talent is not being nurtured for the national team in the right way.

Others, like K. B. Asante, have suggested that there is a general disenchantment with football in the country, as evidenced by the relative lack of excitement over Ghana’s most recent African Cup of Nations campaign. Some also believe that Ghana’s international stars are ultimately more interested in money than the honor of representing their country, and that recent drawn-out battles over payments and allowances have taken their toll on team unity and performance.

Administrators, too, come in for their share of criticism, notably GFA Chairman Kwesi Nyantakyi, as does the fact that football is not promoted in schools in the way that it once was, and that there are not enough facilities for youth to be able to enjoy the game in their free time.

Overseas players and coaches also bemoan the lack of professionalism in African football, in particular with regard to the state of pitches and training facilities, citing the declining overall standard of play in the most recent African Cup of Nations as evidence that football across the continent is regressing.

However, these are long-term infrastructure problems that will take some time to address. In the immediate future, players and officials need to turn their attention to AFCON in 2019, a tournament which, in the words of former star defender John Pantsil, Ghana needs to win “by any means possible.”

Agya Koo TV LaunchPopular Kumawood actor Agya Koo born Kofi Adu has said no one in the industry is his competition, not even fellow actor Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lil Win.

He said contrary to reports that Lil Win is more popular than he is, any Kumawood actor is yet to reach the height he [Agya Koo] has reached.

Speaking at the launch of his new mobile app, Agya Koo 2CTV Sunday, he said he has achieved so much to put Kumawood on the map than any other actor.

Agya Koo who said his acting career has been blessed by God added that he is not threatened in any way by upcoming actors like Lil Win.

He said when it comes to comedy and entertaining people in movies other actors can only dream to reach the height of his success.

Explaining why he is no longer prominent in Kumawood movies, he alleged that there was a meeting by some Kumawood filmmakers to deliberately sabotage him.

He claimed this was after he refused to pose naked in the historical 'Komfo Anokye movie.

The actor with close to 100 movies to his credit said as someone who has campaigned against pornography in local movies, there was no way he could have posed naked in a movie.

Multiple award-winning dancehall act, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, known widely as Shatta Wale has started his acting career as he arrived on set for the shooting of Kejetia vrs Makola Movie.

The latest Zylofon Media signee was seen in photos arriving on set and taking directions from Ghanaian actor and director, Kobby Rana. 

In other photos that were posted on the official Facebook page of the hilarious situational comedy, Shatta Wale was seen being prepared to shoot a part of the movie.

The post that was made on the social media handle of the comedy show shared some pictures of the self-proclaiming dancehall king and captioned it, “Something BIGGGG is Coming!!!!!!!!!! 

#KejetiaVsMakolaTheMovie #TheTrialOfShattaWale 

The “Taking Over” hit maker was seen exchanging pleasantries with some cast of the popular TV series which airs on a number of television stations in the country.

Among the cast who welcomed Shatta Wale to the set were the famous Lawyer Nti and Judge Louis Lamis. 

Not too long ago, some of the actors of the comedy series called on Shatta Wale to present him with a script to the movie. 

The musician who is noted for his powerful and energy-filled stage performances has charted a new path for himself in the world of acting with his involvement with the cast and crew of his first movie, Kejetia vrs Makola – The Movie. 

Shatta Wale made headlines last week as he became the latest musician to the added to the star-studded artistes who had been signed by entertainment powerhouse, Zylofon Media. 

According to many reports, Shatta Wale’s services for Zylofon Media was going to fetch him $1.5 Million, a car and a house.

Persib Bandung midfielder Michael Essien has signed with Clavijo Soccer agency.

The U.S based agency which is owned by world-renowned football agent Nicolas Clavijo will represent and manage the affairs of the Ghanaian international.

The talent management company has experience in career management and contract negotiations to guide footballers in their professional careers.

A company statement reads; “CSA is proud to announce our friend, partner and soccer legend, Michael Essien @iam_ess part of #TeamClavijo.. Together Nico Clavijo and Michael Essien have partnered together to change the world of soccer forever. 
Make sure to follow along this journey we embark! ???? ||”

The 35 year old enforcer started his football journey with Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals before moving to Europe, where he played for top sides like Chelsea, Real Madrid and AC Milan winning lots of club cum individual accolades along.

Essien was part of the squad that qualified Ghana to its first ever World Cup in 2006 and helped the team reach the finals of the 2010 AFCON. He has been capped 50 times for Black Stars.Persib Bandung midfielder Michael Essien has signed with Clavijo Soccer agency.

The U.S based agency which is owned by world-renowned football agent Nicolas Clavijo will represent and manage the affairs of the Ghanaian international.

The talent management company has experience in career management and contract negotiations to guide footballers in their professional careers.

A company statement reads; “CSA is proud to announce our friend, partner and soccer legend, Michael Essien @iam_ess part of #TeamClavijo.. Together Nico Clavijo and Michael Essien have partnered together to change the world of soccer forever. 
Make sure to follow along this journey we embark! ???? ||”

The 35 year old enforcer started his football journey with Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals before moving to Europe, where he played for top sides like Chelsea, Real Madrid and AC Milan winning lots of club cum individual accolades along.

Essien was part of the squad that qualified Ghana to its first ever World Cup in 2006 and helped the team reach the finals of the 2010 AFCON. He has been capped 50 times for Black Stars.

Popular Ghanaian actor, Alexander Kofi Adu, popularly known as Agya Koo has chided radio presenter, Kwasi Aboagye over his comments on his yet-to-be-launched television channel which is being supported by the government.

The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherine Afeku at a Press Meeting held on Monday, January 29 in Accra, announced the launch of Agya Koo and Daddy Lumba TV, which she said would be part of efforts to promote local content on television.

The announcement of the initiative, however, met heavy criticisms from many entertainers including the host of Peace FM’s Entertainment Review, Kwasi Aboagye, who reportedly said the idea was “nonsense”.

But speaking to Agyemang Prempeh (Agyengo) on Power Entertainment in Power 97.9FM Saturday evening, Agya Koo did not take it lightly with his critics, saying they envy his success in the entertainment industry.

The irked actor went for Kwasi Aboagye’s jugular over his comments and alleged that the broadcaster hates him for his successes over the years.

“Did he want the government to launch Kwasi Aboagye TV for him? He works at UTV, I’m doing my own so what’s his problem? Let me state that he does not like me and it didn’t start recently. If he’s brave he should go and stop the project. He should not be on radio and insult me. He’s just jealous. I started my career before him. Who’s Kwasi Aboagye to criticise the idea? Is he sensible than the Minister or is he sensible than I am? if he’s smart as he claims, he should go and stop the project,” Agya Koo fumed.

The Kumawood actor said Mr Aboagye’s comments were out of envy and his conspicuous penchant to suppress the success of Agya Koo TV.

Explaining the motive behind the move, Agya Koo stated the TV, which shows some of his old comic performances, had started airing on mobile phones and is being enjoyed and patronised by many in the country and abroad.

“Some of my old works are on the TV which is being piloted on mobile phones for now until we officially launch it,” said the comedian who disclosed his commitment to the success of the project.

He said Agya Koo TV is part of is his contribution to the promotion of local content in the Ghanaian media space, therefore he has no time for detractors like Kwasi Aboagye.

But in a sharp rebuttal on the show, Kwasi Aboagye denied attacking Agya Koo. He confirmed criticising the idea to create a government-funded television station for Agya Koo and Hi-life musician Daddy Lumba on Entertainment Review on peace FM last Thursday. To him, there was “no sense” in the idea Madam Catherine Afeku announced.

“I spoke Twi and not English. I did not use ‘foolish’ in my submission. I made that comment as an opinion and said it did not make any sense to launch a TV for the two. I said the two campaigned for the NPP and so I did not see any progress Agya Koo TV and Daddy Lumba TV will make to the industry except for their individual gains,” he said.

Apart from the Radio presenter, Renowned entertainment critic and artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson otherwise known as Bulldog, also kicked against the idea and said the Tourism ministry wanted to reward the two (Agya Koo and Daddy Lumba) for their contribution to the fortunes of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2016 elections.

Describing the idea as “unfair” on Accra-based Hitz FM, Bulldog said “We have Kumawood so why won’t you create Kumawood TV? We pride ourselves in highlife so why not highlife and hip-life TV? I don’t understand where these ideas are coming from. They have shown us that there is reward in supporting political parties. . . Why won’t you say Ghanaian Music TV and Ghanaian Movie TV? So, now Agya Koo is the icon of movies? Where are the people who came before Lumba? Do you expect Kojo Antwi to go on Daddy Lumba TV? It is sad. And this is the mother speaking. Tourism TV makes sense but for Agya Koo TV, Daddy Lumba TV, how?”

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