International hunting bounces back in Botswana after a long absence

Job creation: A Chobe District resident employed at the four-star Ngoma Safari Lodge
Job creation: A Chobe District resident employed at the four-star Ngoma Safari Lodge

JOHANNESBURG: Africa’s hunting culture, including that of Botswana, will never die, no matter how much Western animal rights groups try to influence African leaders to ban it.

For a country that missed hunting like the deserts miss the rain over a six-year period, Botswana bounces back on the international hunting map in April 2021; to quench the international hunters’ thirst in a country with the biggest, most stable and fastest rising elephant population on earth.

 The hunting season opens on April 6 and closes on September 21, 2021.

Editor's Comment
Respect public institutions Mr Pres

Leaders must uphold the rule of law and ensure justice, but Masisi’s remarks raise serious concerns on the separation of powers and the independence of the justice system.Masisi’s claim that he personally instructed authorities not to handcuff Khama, regardless of the legal circumstances, undermines the principles of justice and equality before the law.As Head of State, Masisi should respect the judicial process and avoid interfering in...

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