Vol.21 No.132

Friday 27 August 2004    

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Basarwa delegation in the US

Spokespersons for Basarwa, Roy Sesana and his colleague Jumanda Gakelebone this week arrived in the United Sates to raise funds. The trip has been organised by a newly formed US based NGO, Indigenous Lands Rights Fund. In a telephone interview with Mmegi from the US yesterday, the spokesperson for the organisation Rupert Isaacson said the two officials of First People of the Kalahari (FPK) are accompanied by fellow Basarwa of the Xomani ethnic group from neighbouring South Africa.

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