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A diamond mine has opened in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, the lands of Africa’s last hunting Bushmen, despite the Botswana government's denials of such a plan.
A worldwide advertising campaign calling for a boycott of tourism to Botswana, launched by Survival International has reached hundreds of thousands of travellers.
Bushmen from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve have celebrated drinking water from the Mothomelo borehole for the first time in nine years.
Bushmen in south-west Botswana will be forcefully evicted from their land today (1 July 2011), according to national newspaper The Voice.
A Swiss church-backed group says human rights violations are being committed in Zimbabwean mines and the minerals should be labelled "blood diamonds".
Survival International has launched its call for a boycott of De Beers and other Botswanan diamonds over the treatment of the Kalahari Bushmen.
Survival International will tomorrow (3 November 2010) call for a boycott of Botswana diamonds over the government’s treatment of the Kalahari Bushmen.
Amnesty International is calling on the Zimbabwean government to release an activist who is being detained after he exposed human rights violations in the country’s Marange diamond fields.
The Zimbabwean government is being asked to release an activist detained after exposing human rights violations in the country’s Marange diamond fields.
Civil wars in countries such as Angola, Sierra Leone and the Congo have often been funded by the sale of ‘conflict diamonds’.
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