Anti-hunting lobby raises concern

Forms a critical part of wildlife utilisation

14 December 2016 | Agriculture

Delegates from several African countries are in Namibia to learn about the country''s Namlits system for livestock management.

Delegates from several African countries are in Namibia to learn about the country''s Namlits system for livestock management.

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