Human remains from Namibia identified in South African museums

Human remains from Namibia identified in South African museums
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The majority of 160 human remains, that were unethically collected from Namibia, have reportedly been identified in the Iziko Museums of South Africa.
This revelation came to the fore during a workshop held in Windhoek.
The workshop aimed to start a conversation in Southern Africa about the best way to develop guidelines regarding human remains in museums.