UK based rights group Survival International renews fight against Botswana governmentSunday 21 June 2020
UK based rights group Survival International renews fight against Botswana government. The charge was subsistence agriculture (corn, beans, watermelon and pumpkins) and hunting by the San in het CKGR. The government is of the opinion that there are enough natural products in the CKGR, plus the foodbasket the San are allowed to receive, to live on. Survival International refers to the High Court decision in 2006 that subsistence agriculture and hunting are allowed.
Read more: Sunday Standard. Botswana.
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