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Wildlife interactions in South Africa is seen to be frowned upon in new guidelines

Published by Aimee Pace on January 27, 2020 Experiences where South African and visitors are able to interact with wildlife could be radically altered as the South African Tourism Services Association (SATSA) has announced these practices are frowned upon. Interactions between the public infant wildlife, walking with predators …

San and Khoi to profit from rooibos after landmark agreement

 Nicole McCain After nine years of negotiations, the Khoi and San communities will now benefit from the rooibos and honeybush-producing industry. A benefit-sharing agreement was signed on Friday between the community and industry representative at the !Kwa Ttu San Culture and Education Centre in Yzerfontein …