Limpopo community uses land gained back through restitution to create game farming jobs

The community’s Ndou Safaris boasts four of the big five, and its lodges have created 150 jobs

18 April 2024 - 21:29

The Tshivhula community, descendants of the ancient Mapungubwe kingdom in the Vhembe district, Limpopo, have tapped into eco-tourism to create jobs after becoming landowners in 2009 thanks to a successful land restitution process...

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