BCP to report Harvey, gov’t ‘secretive’ deal to American authorities

Masisi and Harvey
Masisi and Harvey

While government has publicly denied signing any deal with popular American entertainer Steve Harvey, the Botswana Congress Party (BCP) has indicated that it suspects that the government has cut a 'secretive' deal with the former, a matter the party is willing to take to court and even report to American authorities.

BCP’s suspicion comes after Harvey launched Mass Media Studio 4 in Gaborone this week. Already a controversial subject, government’s secrecy in the way it conducts its business with Harvey has attracted legal proceedings from the BCP with the latter ready to go ahead should Harvey and government’s affair blossom.

Though the official version from President Mokgweetsi Masisi indicates that Harvey is back in Botswana to work on mentoring local production houses among others, a lot is said to be happening on the sidelines.

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