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Tuesday, December 10, 2013
They say Southern Africa should develop a regional programme to accommodate indigenous minority communities facing social challenges.
Secretary of the South African San Council, Collin Louw, says indigenous minority communities lack recognition which is why their voices are missing at regional platforms.
Some of the issues they would like addressed include indigenous knowledge systems, language rights and the impact of climate change on their communities. (END//2013)