Mababe  – Village where People and Wildlife live side by side

Almost 10 years back while this journalist was still a rookie learning the ropes of telling the stories of human- wildlife co-existence in Botswana’s savannas, an interesting incident occurred in…

Traditional Medicine myths may wipe out vultures

With vulture populations plummeting globally in the last 50 years a traditional doctor in Botswana has encouraged fellow traditional healers to participate in protection of endangered birds to save them…

Okavango Women Lead Lions conservation

Despite their threatened status, Lions are one of feared predators in the African wildbut in the Okavango Delta, women are taking the lead in their conservation. In her early thirties,…

SKL acquires Okavango River Lodge for Maun’s first international Convention Centre

The awe of Thamalakane River sunset will be more glorious in the coming years with Reaboka Mbulawa unveiling SKL’s grand plan to establish an international Convention Centre along the banks…

Washing machines for victims of Wildlife attacks

Okavango Human Wildlife Conflict Foundavtion (OHWCF) recently put a smile on the faces of two women whose lives changed after they were attacked by wild animals. The recipients of this…

From Paul Allen to Denmark’s Wealthiest Man: Abu Camp for Sale

A consortium comprising of Demarks wealthiest man, Anders Holch Povlsen is positioning itself to take over Okavango Delta’s Iconic Abu Camp, partly owned by Microsoft Founder Paul. G Allen. Set…

Reconnection Of Elephant Populations In Southern Africa Vital

A new study by the University of Pretoria, Duke University and Elephants Without Borders has highlighted the importance of reconnecting elephant habitats by opening safe corridors for elephants dispersal in…

Habu Project Reforms Bushmeat Poachers

Computer Scientist, Joel Kangootui (29) grew up in a cattle post setting learning the craft of tendering for cattle at a young age.  Kangootui comes from Ovaherero tribe who are…

Botswana Mulls Wildlife Diseases surveillance programme

By Boniface Keakabetse The death of 450 elephants in Botswana’s Okavango Delta in 2020 have ignited calls for an urgent creation of a wildlife diseases surveillance programme to avoid similar…

Vultures poisoned in Chobe National Park

Boniface Keakabetse   Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP) has confirmed the discovery of 50 poisoned White- backed vultures at CH 1 in Chobe district. Ch1 is a community concession…