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Gustaph Tjiundukamba

Gustaph Tjiundukamba, 51, was born in Omusati, former Kaokoveld. His family survived on livestock and hunted game on horseback, using a bow and arrow. His parents were moved from the Okaukuejo area, now Etosha National Park, under the Apartheid Odendaal plan, to the village of Okanambundona. Before Omatendaka conservancy was formed in 2003, Gustaph was Secretary to the Ongava Traditional Authority, and later elected to be a member of the conservancy committee, and later still as chairperson. Today he serves as Chairperson of the Kunene Regional Conservancy Association.

Conservation, News

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Chairman of the Kunene Regional Conservancy Association responds to the article: End of the game for Namibia.


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