Be part of this Legacy...
Mjejane Game Reserve is a breathtaking 4000 hectare reserve within, and with direct access via a low-water bridge for safari vehicles, to the road network of the Kruger National Park, one of the largest natural biospheres in the world. This bridge, affording the privilege of access to areas not traversed by the public in the Park, is to be situated in the area of the original ‘Nellmapius Drift’ where the old transport road between Delagoa Bay and Lydenburg crossed over the Crocodile River. The first goods transported along the Nellmapius road reached the gold fields on 12 February 1876 and a rest station was later established on the farm Lodwicks Lust, now known as Mjejane Game Reserve.
Mjejane comprises pristine indigenous bush with 10 km of river frontage bordering onto the Crocodile River, the southern boundary of The Kruger National Park which is renowned for its superb game viewing. Currently, the property is being fenced, and it is anticipated that early in the new year, the Kruger Park fence will be dropped, effectively incorporating Mjejane into The Kruger National Park.
An Unrivalled Investment Opportunity
The Mjejane community are proud to invite you to share in this part of untouched African wilderness as one of a select few. A limited number of stands are available for purchase along the 10kms of Crocodile River frontage, as well as exclusive bush stands offering unparalleled game viewing. Imagine herds of up to 600 buffalo, countless elephant, lion leopard and numerous other game and bird species virtually on your doorstep – your days and nights shared with the animals, the sounds and smells of the African bush, complete security, and your investment in this premier bushveld conservancy, an ever appreciating asset in a global world market.
The Developer of Mjejane is Lugedlane Developments (Pty) Ltd, a joint venture company set up between the Mjejane Trust, to whom the property was transferred through the Land Claims process and Safrican. Safrican’s Willie and Hennie Joubert have over three decades acquired and developed some of the best wildlife locations in South Africa, and in the process have built a strong reputation earned through the success of the numerous eco-tourism developments and business ventures undertaken by them. The Company has significant skills in facilitation and working together with communities to create sustainable partnerships. The partnership in Mjejane will endeavour to maximize income to the Community in the form of profits and job creation, as well as social and economic development for members of the Community.