Members of Botswana's Bushmen tribe stand with their lawyer in court in Ghanzi township.
Tshokodiso Mosielwane (C) and Motsoko Ramahoko (L), members of Botswana's Bushmen tribe, stand with their lawyer Glyn Williams (R) inside the court room in Ghanzi township, 750 km north of the capital Gaborone, July 29, 2004. A court bid by Botswana's Bushmen to appeal against their eviction from ancestral Kalahari desert lands was delayed on Friday after their lawyers said they needed time to raise more cash. Lawyers for the Bushmen, also known as the Basarwa, say the government violated the constitution when it ordered them out of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve in 2001, saying their lands were too vast to be reached by essential services. Picture taken July 29, 2004. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya JN/CRB