Stroll to Save the Okavango Delta from Oil and Gas Development

A gathering of six San pioneers and allies will start an excursion by walking from Knysna to Cape Town, South Africa on the first of February. They stroll in the strides of their precursors who once followed an extraordinary pattern of life through the seasons around the shore of southern Africa. The walkers will go through and interface with San and Khoe people group who are presently settled along this old course to accumulate their help with regards to their profound country in the Kavango which is undermined by oil and gas investigation.

Licenses have been given to prospect, drill, and eventually separate oil and gas over 8.4 million sections of land of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia and Botswana stretching out toward the south eastern banks of the Okavango River and Okavango Delta. The licenses are held by between connected organizations: in Namibia Canadian Reconnaissance Oil and Gas (ReConAfrica), enlisted as Reconnaissance Energy Namibia (PTY) LTD and in Botswana Craig Steinke of Renaissance Oil Corporation. On January 10, ReConAfrica started boring procedure on the primary investigation well (6-2) situated in Kawe in the Omatako riverbed, which channels into the Okavango Delta In interchanges with financial backers and the media ReConAfrica have said they expect both traditional and offbeat (for example deep oil drilling) techniques will be utilized to extricate the oil and gas from the shale rock bowl assuming that this investigation is effective.

Not exclusively is the Kavanago an area of special excellence, it likewise contains environments of worldwide significance and the final hallowed lands that proceed to support and recount the histories of the world’s first individuals, the San and perhaps all of mankind.

The gathering will be going through George, Albertinia, Riversdale, Swellendam, Bredesdorp, Gansbaai, Grabow, and on to Cape Town gathering backing and marks for an issue with the petrol improvements, which will be conveyed to the states of Botswana and Namibia, and other worldwide foundatio

January 29, 2021- – A gathering of six San pioneers and allies will start an excursion by walking from Knysna to Cape Town, South Africa on the first of February. They stroll in the strides of their precursors who once followed an extraordinary pattern of life through the seasons around the shore of southern Africa. The walkers will go through and associate with San and Khoe people group who are currently settled along this old course to accumulate their help with regards to their profound homeland in the Kavango which is compromised by oil and gas investigation.

Licenses have been given to prospect, drill, and at last concentrate oil and gas over 8.4 million sections of land of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia and Botswana stretching out toward the south eastern banks of the Okavango River and Okavango Delta. The licenses are held by between connected organizations: in Namibia Canadian Reconnaissance Oil and Gas (ReConAfrica), enlisted as Reconnaissance Energy Namibia (PTY) LTD and in Botswana Craig Steinke of Renaissance Oil Corporation. On January 10, ReConAfrica initiated boring procedure on the principal investigation well (6-2) situated in Kawe in the Omatako riverbed, which channels into the Okavango Delta. In interchanges with financial backers and the media ReConAfrica have said they expect both customary and offbeat (for example deep earth drilling) strategies will be utilized to extricate the oil and gas from the shale rock bowl assuming this investigation is effective.

Not exclusively is the Kavanago an area of novel excellence, it likewise contains environments of worldwide significance and the final consecrated lands that proceed to maintain and recount the histories of the world’s first individuals, the San and potentially all of mankind.

The gathering will be going through George, Albertinia, Riversdale, Swellendam, Bredesdorp, Gansbaai, Grabow, and on to Cape Town gathering backing and marks for an issue with the petrol advancements, which will be conveyed to the legislatures of Botswana and Namibia, and other global establishments.

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