Drought-Parched Botswana Struggles to Keep Cattle Culture Alive

Longer and harsher droughts are driving a growing share of Botswana's traditional cattlemen to give up their animals - but Skanki Mokweba will not budge, writes Sharon Tshipa for the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Botswana's farmer Skandi Mokweba stands near a cattle enclosure near his home in Mosinki, a village near Molepolole in southeast Botswana, March 19, 2019.

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