Two Kalahari Bushmen have begun a month-long tour of the us, to raise awareness of the Botswana government's eviction of their people from their ancestral land, in the Central Kalahari Game
In a historic move, Bushmen sued the Botswana government for forcing them off their ancestral land, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (ckgr). Lending a new twist to things, a Botswana government
A 500-kilometre electric fence, feels Botswana, will keep most of its problems out. It is erecting the fence along its border with Zimbabwe to purportedly prevent cattle infected with foot-and-mouth
The third round of negotiations on a legally-binding treaty, which aims at restricting the use of hazardous chemicals and pesticides, was held in Nairobi in the last week of May. The meeting was
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Around 300 elephants of Botswana would soon be donated to
The government of Botswana is flouting international laws by refusing to recognise the rights of the indigenous San community over the resources of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, alleges
At a time when alarms have been sounded over the slaughter of elephants and rhinos by poachers and killing of male lions by hunters, the wildlife in Botswana is facing a serious threat. An expanding
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