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Who are the San?

San people are the inhabitants of southern Africa since time immemorial. They are natives and indigenous to southern Africa. Today they form a small segment of the population and are subjected to abuse in all its forms.

What is SYNet?

SYNet is an Organisation that was established to look in to the interests of the San youth. Its mandate is to advance these interests to ensure that they become active and respected citizens in southern Africa. SYNet is working regionally and has partners in South Africa, Namibia, and Zimbabwe in order to deliver the services to where San in general and San youth in particular live.

How do I get involved?

There are ways of getting involved. You can become a volunteer, a subscribed member of SYNet, partner with SYNet to implement some of the projects that both you and SYNet has interest on.

Where is SYNet based?

SYNet is registered in Botswana but works with partners in South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

When was SYNet established?

SYNet was first conceived in May 2011 but was registered officially on the 17 th of March 2017.

Who does SYNet represent?

SYNet represents the San youth and San people in general by addressing their needs in their diversity. Although SYNet is a San Organisation, it is open to collaboration with other and different Organisations as long as the interests and goals are aligned.

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