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Boycott Botswana tourism

Bushman woman from the community of Ranyane located on Bushmen ancestral land on the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana. In June 2013, the Ranyane Bushmen won a significant court victory in their struggle to stay on their land.

While the Botswana Tourism Board promotes its country with glossy images of Bushman hunters, Bushmen from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) are being starved and intimidated off their ancestral land.

Authorities are forcing Bushmen to apply for restrictive one-month permits to access their ancestral land despite an unprecedented High Court ruling that upheld their constitutional right to live freely and to hunt inside the CKGR.

This is splitting families apart and could mean the end for the last hunting Bushmen in Africa.

Please write to the Minister of Tourism in Botswana telling him that you won’t be coming to Botswana.

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