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A massive land invasion is allegedly underway at the N≠a Jaqna Conservancy in Tsumkwe West where members of the !Kung community of San people are left cut off from every opportunity to make a living...
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|Infighting delays Bloukraans development|
|Written by Edson Haufiku|
|Wednesday, 02 May 2012 22:43|
DISAGREEMENTS within the Bloukraans community over the ownership and registration of the Tsubes Camp and Petrified Forest in the Kunene region have led to long delays in the completion of a potentially unique tourist attraction 16 years after the initial idea was tabled.
A united Bloukraans community under the leadership of the late Thomas Thaniseb acquired the 21.16 hectare farm in the Khorixas district from the Kunene Regional Council in 2009 with the purpose of establishing a community lodge. The group alleges that the consent to implement a crafts project - which was the forerunner to the Tsubes Camp - was given in 1996 by the Swartbooi Traditional Authority under chief Ezekiel / Uirab, the only recognised traditional authority in the area at the time.