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Card image 18 April 2019 News 24

We are going to lose our land’: Sutherland farmers pleading for help amid 6-year drought

The farming community of Sutherland in the Karoo is begging for help as they watch the lives of farmworkers, farmers and shopkeepers fall apart because of a prolonged six-year drought.

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More than 30 percent of Botswana’s adults (18+ years of age) feel insecure about their land or property rights.
https://www.sundaystandard.info/world-now-knows-botswanas-dirty-little-land-secret/ via @sunstd_bw

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