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Report details abuse of Bushmen

The Basarwa say the government denies them all services – except policing them.

Botswana faces questions over licences for fracking companies in Kalahari

Botswana has been accused of sacrificing the Kalahari to commercial fracking while ignoring the concerns of access to scarce water.

Selling those authentically exotic San

An exhibition contributes to the understanding of San history, but at what expense to authenticity?

Crackdown in Botswana reserve ‘not about Bushmen’

Botswana police say they are targeting poachers, not Bushmen, amid claims of intimidation from a Basarwa settlement in the Kgalagadi Game Reserve.

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.

‘Thirsty’ Bushmen go to appeal court

The battle between Bushmen living in Botswana's Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the government has taken another turn.

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 reserve.

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