A Culture Vanishes in Kalahari Dust, Africa

A Culture Vanishes in Kalahari Dust

Bushmen Elders Resist Relocation in Botswana
By Craig Timberg Washington Post
Foreign Service, Friday, June 3, 2005; Page A01

MALAPO, Botswana — In the Kalahari Desert, where the landscape stretches brown and dusty in every direction, water is power. So when the truckloads of men from the government rumbled up to this ancient Bushmen village three years ago, they found the steel drums that held the community’s precious reserves. Then, said villagers, the men tipped the drums over, spilling the water into the sand.,,,,,, rest in the link above

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