Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price 16,500,000 BWP Land Size in Hectare5250

Property Description


 1.1 Land

The land measures approximately 5km X 10.5km, and is located in the Kang area road. The location makes it ideal for the development of a lodge and/or campsites for passers-by on route from Johannesburg to Windhoek, via the Trans Kalahari Highway, to satisfy the growing demand for accommodation in the area.

1.2 Lease Agreement

The land is leased as per Kgalagadi Land Board Lease Agreement, issued during 2014, 40 years left.

The land is zoned for Cattle/Game Farming, +/- 5250hect, and also developed for the dual purpose of game & cattle ranching.

1.3 Developments

The perimeter fence consists of 30km+ game fence, combination steel and gum poles, 17strains, with a proper 10m wide fire break (7m on the inside and 3m on the outside).

The Game Area

The front half, approximately 6km by 5km, has been developed as a game farm, with a waterhole and 30km+ game viewing vehicle tracks, cleared for the purpose of firebreaks. A conservative approach to the development and management rendered the ecosystem minimally disturbed. Cattle were used previously through flush grazing controlling the lush vegetation in order to reduce fire risk.

A variety of indigenous game includes:

60+ eland

40+ gems buck, 100+ red hartebeest, 36+ kudu,

40+ blue wildebeest, Warthogs, Porcupine,

Ostrich, Pangolin

A variety of other small game can be spotted frequently on game drives, like porcupine, duiker, steenbok, squirrels and dassies.

Larger birdlife includes eagles, falcons and owls. Predators like cheetah, leopard and wild dogs have been spotted on the farm. These animals as far as we know, are not currently breeding on the farm. Because of raising small stock, we weekly patrol perimeter fences to discourage them from settling on the farm.

Cattle ranching Area

The back half of the farm, approximately 5km X 5km, has been divided in two grazing paddocks by inner standard cattle fencing and 8m fire breaks. Each paddock is linked to the kraal development area, and is further divided into two, by 8m wide fire break.

Domestic animals include:

81 Sussex & Brahman & crossbreed mixed cattle.

(Some 286 more heads of cattle are also on the farm, under syndicate management, and will be sold separately or removed from the farm)

  • 125 dorper sheep
  • 179 Boer goats
  • 40 horses
  • General developments.Managers House, stock brick build-up with thatch roof, and outer building serving as storerooms. This development also includes a solar system for electricity, as well as two steel

tank stands providing water to the homestead. Two underground reservoirs had been built for  rainwater harvesting.

  1.  Two boreholes
  •   60m from the house, 250m deep, steel casing to the bottom, static level

133m, 24cubes per hour, tds +/- 10 000, fully equipped.

On standby.

  •   120m from the house, 240m deep, steel casing to the bottom, static level 128m, 8 cubes per

hour, tds +/- 10 000, fully equipped. Currently supplying all drinking water for game and domestic animals.

2.   The water is irrigated through three 10 000litre tanks and 1km 50mm pipe from the boreholes to

the kraals.

3.  Both these boreholes run on 2 separate solar systems.

  1. 1 Staff-house with pit latrine, consisting of 4x4m room and closed 4x3m, close  to the one solar borehole.

500m X250m jackal proof fenced area, for the management of especially small stock. This area is located in the centre of the farm, in order to facilitate  stock  handling, and borders both the

cattle grazing paddocks as well as the game farm area.

Inside no 5: X1 Gum pole and fencing kraal-development for cattle ranching, including 6 sub-kraals, crush and loading bay with two watering troughs.Inside no 5: X1 Small stock kraal, in three sections for handling of small stock management.

Inside no 5: 3 staff rooms, stock brick build up with corrugated roofing.

Inside no 5: 2 store rooms for cattle feeds, made from pre-cast concrete and corrugated sheets.

Inside no 5: Shelter for animals in need of extra care.

Tractor and trailer.

500litre firefighter

Electronic full body cattle scale

There are an additional 2 boreholes on the farm, suited for animal use, but not equipped.

The Jackal proof fenced Area.

The area is handy for keeping problem cases closer during calving and or lambing season. The developments are animal friendly and such that game like kudu and eland were coming into the kraals at night to drink water.

The Selling price does not include any Taxes, Transfer duties and/or other rates related to selling.


































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