The �ebolarisation� of our culture

As the deadly disease spreads further from its West African epicentre intensifying its threat on Botswana and the rest of the world, Staff Writer NNASARETHA KGAMANYANE shares the impact Ebola is having on time-honoured cultural norms

Even though Ebola has not affected Botswana yet, one wonders what would happen if at all the deadly virus came knocking.

The disease, which is spread via contact with bodily secretions of the infected, has already ridden on the back of cultural rites in West Africa, in order to multiply.

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