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Cape Town drought: Mayor says residents 'callously' using too much water

In Cape Town, new water restrictions are brought in to tackle the worst drought in 100 years. Also, a year into his presidency, Ghana's leader Nana Akufo-Addo says his efforts to improve the economy are bearing fruit. And we meet the first Ghanaian athlete to represent his country in the skeleton event at the Winter Olympics next month.

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New water restrictions are introduced in Cape Town to tackle the worst drought in a century. The city's mayor accuses residents of having "callously" flouted previous limits.

Also, a year into his presidency, Ghana's leader Nana Akufo-Addo says his efforts to improve the economy are bearing fruit. He's also highlighted free high schools as a key step towards long-term job creation.

And we hear from Akwasi Frimpong, a sprinter, bobsledder and now the first Ghanaian athlete to represent his country in the skeleton event at the Winter Olympics next month.

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