San people of Southern Africa face challenges, says an activistListen /
This year's session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues which started on 20 May, ends on Friday, 31 May.
Representatives of indigenous peoples from around the world have been discussing implementation of the Forum's previous recommendations to promote the health, education and culture of indigenous peoples.
One of the participants is Joram Useb from the Hoillam, part of the indigenous San hunter and gathers of Southern Africa.
UN Radio's Derrick Mbatha caught up with Joram Useb and asked him about the situation of the approximately 100,000 San people who live in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Angola.