Botswana Hosts Crucial Elephant Summit

The elephant summit scheduled for May 7 will assist authorities to refine the decision on the hunting ban, the government has said. Angola, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, which also have the largest number of elephants in the region, have thrown their weight behind Botswana's management of elephants, which includes lifting the hunting ban and castration of the largest mammal on earth.

  • Southern Africa:   Elephant Summit Kicks Off in Kasane

    Botswana Daily News, 5 May 2019

    Southern Africa is home to 250 000 elephants, majority of them found in the Kavango Zambezi Trans frontier Area (KAZA TFCA). Read more »

  • Southern Africa:   Botswana to Host Elephant Summit

    The Herald, 30 April 2019

    Heads of State of countries that make up the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, including Zimbabwe, are this week expected to meet in Kasane, Botswana, for an… Read more »



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