Namibian Govt Can't Afford Biggest Privately Owned Game Reserve

The government has scrapped plans to buy Erindi Private Game Reserve due to a lack of financial resources. Namibia's biggest privately owned game reserve has been on the market for five years for nearly N$2 billion (U.S.$141,2 million).

Erindi Game Reserve.

  • Namibia:   Erindi Sale Open to Public

    Namibian, 23 April 2019

    Information and communication minister Stanley Simataa says interested Namibians should form joint ventures with foreigner investors to buy the nearly 71 000-hectare Erindi Private… Read more »

  • Namibia:   Erindi Wants Namibians to Benefit From Sale - Namandje

    Namibian, 25 March 2019

    The company that owns Erindi Game Reserve would consider including terms that would benefit Namibians in the ongoing negotiations to sell the 65 000 hectare private game reserve,… Read more »

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