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Poaching fish in the Okavango river

Poaching fish in the Okavango river

Fish poaching in The Okavango river has become a serious concern to conservation groups and the government. Although there was a fisheries act. Established in 2007 protecting the river and the ecosystem, that’s is hardly being enforced due to various reasons.

This was revealed at the annual general meeting of the Game Rangers Association of Africa, Namibian Chapter, held over the weekend. The Game Rangers Association was established in the early 1970’s in Natal South Africa. The aim of the association was to discuss and solve pertinent issues in specific conservation areas, such as poaching of fish.

We spoke to the chairman of GRAA, Mark Paxton specifically about the poaching of fish in the Okavango river.

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