Wilderness Safaris Equip a Borehole For Shokomokwa Residents

Shokomokwa residents near Shorobe village will now enjoy fresh water after Wilderness Safaris equipped a borehole at the settlement to provide for their drinking water.

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Okavango Delta polers adaptation to changing flood patterns important for wildlife conservation

Adaptation to flood patterns and climate change is key to the sustainability of Mokoro (canoe) community poling tourism operations, a foundation of wildlife conservation and tourism in the Okavango Delta

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Originally from South Africa, Veronica Roodt had spent 34 years in Botswana’s Moremi Game Reserve where she was engaged in nature conservation.

The South African researcher and artist passed away at her camp in Moremi Game Reserve on 21 February 2022.

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Tame Mall’s new project to change face of Maun

The ‘Mall of Maun’ project has been projected to create an excess of 4500 employment: 2000 positions at construction phase and 2,500 once the mall becomes operational.

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Sisboy’ the Rhino orphan named after President Masisi safe at Khama Rhino Sanctuary

Black Rhinoceros calf ‘Sisboy’ named after Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi, was just 26 months when his mother was killed by poachers in the Okavango Delta.

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Botswana tourism operators fear Russia- Ukraine conflict could impact travel sector

Botswana tourism operators have expressed fear that the escalation of Russian- Ukraine conflict could affect travel and conservation in Botswana.

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