Sale of Biggest Privately-Owned Game Reserve Upsets Namibians
Mexican billionaire Alberto Baillères, who has been tipped to buy the Erindi Private Game Reserve, will not partner with any locals in the ownership of the reserve - and Namibians are having none of that - saying the nearly-completed sale to a foreign investor is a gross insult to the Namibian people.
The Erindi private game reserve has been on the market for five years for nearly N$2 billion (U.S.$141,2 million).
New Era, 31 May 2019
A group of 16 disgruntled Traditional Authorities (TAs) has warned government that the continued sale of land to foreign nationals at the expense of those who lost their ancestral… Read more »
Namibian, 23 May 2019
THE sale of the Erindi private game reserve is still awaiting approval from the Namibia Competition Commission, although the transaction has reached its final stages. Read more »
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 ... Read more »