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Elephants continue to die in the Delta

Elephants continue to die in the Delta
LAYING DEAD: Elephant carcass

DWNP reliant on private air transport to track dead jumbos

The government is set to fork out more money on private air transport as elephants in the Okavango Delta continue to die from a mysterious disease.

Since the beginning of April, 154 dead jumbos have been found near villages along the Delta.

This week, the department of Wildlife and National Parks had to seek extra funding from its parent ministry, Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources, Conservation and Tourism.

The request for cash was to help fund and renew the contracts of privately owned air transport, which have p...

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