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San Cross-border cultural heritage and identity in Botswana, Namibia and South Africa
the aim of this paper is to examine the indigenous San cultural identity that transcends ecological zones across the borders of botswana, namibia and South Africa respectively. the paper explores the representation of borders and boundaries within traditional culture, dance and music. Dance, music, material art and craft, if broadly defined, become a medium through which San women and men narrate their experiences to a broader audience. the paper contends that giving voice to the San: in thedoi:10.14989/187748 fatcat:zdqs4qv4obfkzeetan3qkwtr2y