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Botswana News

Google Maps Street View: Did they kill a donkey in Botswana?

A Google Maps Street View image is doing the rounds on the Internet, as it appears that the vehicle used by Google may have literally hit a donkey and run.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

King apologizes to Spanish people for going hunting during crisis

Madrid - The Spanish King's trip to Botswana was widely criticised as the story emerged when he was flown home for treatment for a fractured hip.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 10 comments

Unique Roadshow Highlights Climate Change in Africa Special

With the UN Climate Summit barely two weeks away, Africa is abuzz with its biggest and most colorful road show ever to highlight the continent’s climate change woes: the ‘Trans African Caravan of Hope.’
Digital Journal Report by Stella Paul - 7 comments

Botswana's Central Bank maintains benchmark rate at 9.5 percent

Gaborone - The Bank of Botswana announced that it is leaving its benchmark rate unchanged at 9.5 percent for the fifth straight meeting. The African central bank noted that the inflation rate would drop between three and six percent next year.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Rampaging Elephants Threaten Zimbabwe Farms

Beitbridge - A herd of stray elephants have destroyed fences and crops at the Shashe irrigation scheme close to the borders of Botswana and South Africa in Zimbabwe.
In the Media by Anthony Organ

Floods drive thousands from their homes in Mozambique

Thousands of Mozambicans were forced to abandon their houses and flee for higher ground on Wednesday and disaster management workers were put on high alert because of rising flood waters.
In the Media by Bill Lindner

Diamond mine approved in Bushmen's ancestral lands Special

The government of Botswana has approved a diamond mine in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, ancestral lands of the Kalahari Bushmen.
Digital Journal Report by Lynn Morris

Should prostitution be legalised in Botswana?

Some politicians in Botswana called on the southern African country to consider legalising prostitution to fight against HIV. Botswana is said to have a high prevalence of HIV, and equally known for being proactive in the campaign against HIV/Aids.
In the Media by Samuel Okocha - 1 comment

Kalahari San People launch appeal in bid to regain water rights

The decision of a Botswana Judge to deny the San People their water rights shocked the world in July. The San had applied to regain access to a water bore they had used in the past, going to court when the government refused access.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 1 comment

Cholera spreads to four South African provinces

The South African state-broadcaster SABC-TV reports that two more people have died of cholera at the Knobel Hospital outside Polokwane/Pietersburg in the northerly province of Limpopo, bringing the total number of cholera deaths in South Africa to twelve.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt

Botswana bushmen win land ruling

Bushmen from the Kalahari desert have won a court case in which they accused Botswana's government of illegally moving them from their land.
In the Media by bobSP - 1 comment

Archaeological Find Points to Existence of Human Intelligence 70,000 Years Ago

Modern humans are ritualistic by nature. It is built into the structure of our brain.
In the Media by geozone - 5 comments
 

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The Bushmen of the CKGR were largely self-sufficient
before the government evicted them. ©Survival
The Bushmen of the CKGR were largely self-sufficient before the government evicted them. ©Survival
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Mamonye Segoko at Gope in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. They have since been moved to the Kaudw...
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Mamonye Segoko at Gope in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. They have since been moved to the Kaudwane resettlement camp. Botswana.
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Dereck and Beverly Joubert in Botswana.
Photo courtesy of Beverly and Dereck Joubert
Dereck and Beverly Joubert in Botswana.
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Donkey seen standing on the side of the road staring at the Google vehicle.
Google Maps Street View
Donkey seen standing on the side of the road staring at the Google vehicle.
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Xoroxloo Duxee  Moeti s grandmother  died of dehydration after the Bushmen s water borehole was disa...
Xoroxloo Duxee, Moeti's grandmother, died of dehydration after the Bushmen's water borehole was disabled. © Survival
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Government minister says Bushmen are
 living in the dark ages . © Survival
Government minister says Bushmen are 'living in the dark ages'. © Survival
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Dereck and Beverly Joubert have dedicated their lives to photographing and filming big cats.
Photo courtesy of Beverly and Dereck Joubert
Dereck and Beverly Joubert have dedicated their lives to photographing and filming big cats.
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Donkey in Botswana caught on the Google Maps Street View camera.
Google Maps Street View
Donkey in Botswana caught on the Google Maps Street View camera.
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Four years later  the Botswana government continues
to reject the High Court ruling. © Survival
Four years later, the Botswana government continues to reject the High Court ruling. © Survival
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Today s ruling is a blow to the Bushmen. Xoroxloo
Duxee died of dehydration in 2005. © Survival
Today's ruling is a blow to the Bushmen. Xoroxloo Duxee died of dehydration in 2005. © Survival
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Caravan of Hope is a roadshow that aims to draw world leaders  attention to climate change in Africa
Caravan of Hope is a roadshow that aims to draw world leaders' attention to climate change in Africa
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Xoroxloo Duxee died of dehydration after the Bushmen s water borehole was disabled.
Survival International
Xoroxloo Duxee died of dehydration after the Bushmen's water borehole was disabled.
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An elephant comes to visit a safari camp in the Okavango Delta  Botswana
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An elephant comes to visit a safari camp in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
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Bushman mother and children at Gope  before
their eviction to a resettlement camp. ©Survival
Bushman mother and children at Gope, before their eviction to a resettlement camp. ©Survival
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Big cats  Botswana.
Photo courtesy of Beverly and Dereck Joubert
Big cats, Botswana.
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Bushman mother and child  Kaudwane  Botswana.
© Alexandra Bagge/Survival
Bushman mother and child, Kaudwane, Botswana.
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Survival is calling for a boycott of Botswana diamonds
until the Bushmen are allowed water. © Surv...
Survival is calling for a boycott of Botswana diamonds until the Bushmen are allowed water. © Survival
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Survival s petition has so far gathered more than
15 000 signatures. © Survival
Survival's petition has so far gathered more than 15,000 signatures. © Survival
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The Kalahari Bushmen are going to court over their right to access water. 
© Survival
The Kalahari Bushmen are going to court over their right to access water. © Survival
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Survival is calling for a boycott of Botswana diamonds
until the Bushmen are allowed water. © Surv...
Survival is calling for a boycott of Botswana diamonds until the Bushmen are allowed water. © Survival
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