Wildlife Ranching Magazine

CONSERVATION LESSONS from the past PART 4

“Towards the end of the 19th century De Beers started acquiring a number of ‘diamondiferous’ properties in the Kimberley area. From the outset the company’s directors took an active interest in the game on these farms.”

Having retired from corporate life last year, John is fully focused on the continuous development and improvement of Nondo Private Game Reserve, a 638ha safe haven for a full spectrum of smaller mammals, birds, predators and a thriving free-ranging tsessebe population situated in the western bushveld of the Limpopo Province.

DE BEERS KIMBERLEY FARMS’ VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL CONSERVATION

Towards the end of the 19th century De Beers started acquiring a number of ‘diamondiferous’ properties in the Kimberley area straddling today’s

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