Kalahari Bushmen

 
Report details abuse of Bushmen
Report details abuse of Bushmen
A new report by Survival International, the global movement for the rights of tribal people,...
Botswana faces questions over licences for fracking companies in Kalahari
Botswana faces questions over licences for fracking companies in Kalahari
Hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, for the production of gas is the subject of fierce debate in the United States, Britain, South Africa and...
Selling those authentically exotic San
Selling those authentically exotic San
To start with, there was something about the publicity that seemed odd. “Kalahari Odyssey”, it shouted. No, not a safari trip but...
Crackdown in Botswana reserve 'not about Bushmen'
Crackdown in Botswana reserve 'not about Bushmen'
But police spokesperson Christopher Mbulawa, responding by email over the weekend to questions from the Associated Press, insist that the special...
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...
'Thirsty' Bushmen go to appeal court
'Thirsty' Bushmen go to appeal court
The battle between Bushmen living in Botswana's Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the government of President Ian Khama took another turn when the...
Bushmen to appeal court ban on well in reserve
Bushmen to appeal court ban on well in reserve
The Kalahari Bushmen are to appeal against a decision by the Botswana high court forbidding them to use a well in the central Kalahari game...

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