‘Stop provoking, feeding Kgale baboons’


With baboons being a nuisance and danger to pedestrians and business people around Kgale, the Minister of Environment and Tourism Philda Kereng has warned the public against provoking and feeding the animals.

Kereng was responding to a question from Kgosi Mosadi Seboko at the ongoing 14th meeting of the Fourth Ntlo Ya Dikgosi.

Seboko had asked about the population of baboons around the Kgale area and whether the minister is aware that the baboons are a nuisance and danger to the pedestrians and business people around that area; and if so, how she will advise on easier handling of the situation in order to make life easier for the people.

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