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Kalahari Bushmen win appeal
Kalahari Bushmen win appeal
Botswana's Court of Appeal has struck down an earlier ruling that denied Kalahari Bushmen access to water on their ancestral land, in a judgment...
Minister says bushmen live in 'Dark Ages'
Minister says bushmen live in 'Dark Ages'
Botswana's minister for environment, wildlife and tourism, Kitso Mokaila, stoked the growing controversy around his government's treatment of...
How a tribal people's charity was misrepresented
How a tribal people's charity was misrepresented
The British newspaper the Observer has apologised for a "misleading" article about dramatic images apparently of a "lost" Brazilian tribe...
San, Bushmen or Basarwa: What's in a name?
San, Bushmen or Basarwa: What's in a name?
A reader wrote to me some time ago to object to the Mail & Guardian's usage of the term "Bushmen" for Southern Africa's first people.
Report: Lost tribe discovered deep in Amazon
Report: Lost tribe discovered deep in Amazon
Dramatic images of an isolated Brazilian tribe believed never to have had contact with the outside world were published by officials on Friday to...
Amazon tribe hits back at green 'colonialism'
Amazon tribe hits back at green 'colonialism'
It's one of the most fashionable ideas to save the planet from global warming: buying up tropical rainforest to save it from destruction. British...
Botswana's Bushmen in lodge controversy
Botswana's Bushmen in lodge controversy
A planned lodge development at the settlement of Molapo in Botswana's Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) has become a source of controversy.

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