GCC turns to Dikgosi over problematic stray animals

Gaborone Mayor Austin Abraham PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Gaborone Mayor Austin Abraham PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

After many years of grappling with the challenge of stray animals in the capital, Gaborone City Council (GCC) has turned to tribal leaders for assistance.

The stray animals that roam the city’s streets like cattle, donkeys, goats and dogs have long been a major concern and the GCC continues to face difficulties in resolving this issue.

One root cause identified for the influx of stray animals in Gaborone is the lack of grazing land in nearby villages such as Tlokweng and Mogoditshane. Recently, city council officials convened a meeting with tribal leaders from the surrounding villages at Woodlane Hotel.

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