Collared Elephant Hunters Surrender Licences

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The hunters who ‘accidentally’ shot a collared elephant in the Ngamiland have surrendered their licence.

Last week Friday, the government, through a press statement, said it was investigating the shooting of a collared bull, by a licensed hunter.

The hunters, Michael Potter and Kevin Sharp, were in the company of wildlife officers when they shot and killed the bull in November, after it reportedly charged at them.

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