Funds granted to assess Motlhabaneng archaeological site
Date18 Dec 2018
The Trust has recently granted funds to the Botswana National Museum to fully assess the archaeological remains at Mothabaneng village close to the reserve, and work starts on 21st December.

This area contains archaeological remains including rock paintings, stone walls, a variety of artefacts and geological formations.

The site is being assessed and administered by the Botswana National Museum and is protected by the Monuments and Relics Act (2001) in partnership with the community of Motlhabaneng and the Tuli Conservation Trust.

This is a great example of partnership working – with the charitable, community, public and private sector working together – and marks the Trust’s first community outreach project. Please note: researchers and commercial photographers should contact the Botswana National Museum for more information.