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As of 2010, the San population in Botswana numbers about 50,000 to 60,000.

Villages range in sturdiness from nightly rain shelters in the warm spring (when people move constantly in search of budding greens), to formalised rings, wherein people congregate in the dry season around permanent waterholes.

Despite some positive aspects of government development programs reported by members of the San and Bakgalagadi communities in Botswana, many have spoken of a consistent sense of exclusion from government decision-making processes, and many San and Bakgalagadi have alleged experiencing ethnic discrimination on the part of the government.

Various terms—including San, Bushmen and Basarwa—have been used to refer to them collectively.

Women are mainly involved in the gathering of food, but may also take part in hunting. Droughts may last many months and waterholes may dry up. To get water this way, a San scrapes a deep hole where the sand is damp.

Into this hole is inserted a long hollow grass stem. Water is sucked into the straw from the sand, into the mouth, and then travels down another straw into the ostrich egg.

Villages range in sturdiness from nightly rain shelters in the warm spring (when people move constantly in search of budding greens), to formalised rings, wherein people congregate in the dry season around permanent waterholes.Despite some positive aspects of government development programs reported by members of the San and Bakgalagadi communities in Botswana, many have spoken of a consistent sense of exclusion from government decision-making processes, and many San and Bakgalagadi have alleged experiencing ethnic discrimination on the part of the government.Various terms—including San, Bushmen and Basarwa—have been used to refer to them collectively.Women are mainly involved in the gathering of food, but may also take part in hunting. Droughts may last many months and waterholes may dry up. To get water this way, a San scrapes a deep hole where the sand is damp.Into this hole is inserted a long hollow grass stem. Water is sucked into the straw from the sand, into the mouth, and then travels down another straw into the ostrich egg.The San or Saan people are members of various Khoisan-speaking indigenous hunter-gatherer people representing the first nation of Southern Africa, whose territories span Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho and South Africa.