Botswana�s National Monuments and Protected Areas

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Botswana has over 2,500 National monument sites, of which more than 100 have been gazetted. The National Monuments and Relics Act of 2001 ensures that the sites are adequately protected. Most are free to visit and some have full time guides. Continuing the series of articles, MIKE and JEREMY BROOK* cover Tachila Game Reserve, Domboshaba ruins and Lepokole Hills, all within the north-eastern areas around Francistown

Tachila Nature Reserve

Just under 5km from the Francistown city boundary, the Tachila Nature Reserve was established in June 2007 on 82km2 of land donated by the Tati Company.

Editor's Comment
Khama should desist from dirty campaigns

However, as a newspaper, we want to raise few disquiets for the umpteenth time with Khama, of course, and remind him that the country that he is robustly de-campaigning is now feeling the pain of his harm. Batswana need Khama to use his conservationist credentials to good use and benefit a country that is working so hard to achieve the high-income status by diversifying its economy away from diamond reliance.Khama has played his part unobstructed...

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