Stop cutting down our Trees!

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Namibia is the most arid country South of Sahara. We have limited trees, which we need to protect to ensure the sustainability of our fragile ecosystem.

Some of our most endangered trees, such as rosewood, are found on state communal land which is leased out. State communal land is not private property! Every communal land leasehold holder must abide by the terms of the leasehold which prohibits the destruction of said property.

We have come to hear about those lessees who destroy our national trees, our childrens heritage, and plunder national heritage for own gain, by selling the trees to make furniture ! ACC, Ombudsman, Ministry of Land and Ministry of Environment ACT NOW AGAINST DESTRUCTIVE AND OR CRIMINAL BEHAVIOUR.