Information about other important aspects:
The Monthly Levy
The estimated interim monthly levy per stand on Erf 1 is R3,000.00, and covers the expenses anticipated to be incurred by the Home Owners Association, including, but not limited to the following:
- Rates, taxes or any other payment due to any local authority
- The supply of electricity, water or any other service, but owners are charged individually for specific usage on a consumption basis.
- Staff, and the costs of repair and maintenance, upkeep, control, management and administration of the Reserve.
- Essential Services such as:
[i] The supply of potable water & maintenance of the infrastructure relating thereto.
[ii] Maintenance of roads, dams, bridges, fences, hides and such like
[iii] Fire-fighting services
[iv] Game and reserve management
[v] Soil erosion prevention
[vi] Security Services
[vii] The supply of electricity & a sewage system & maintenance of the infrastructure relating thereto
[viii] Provision of a ‘reserve fund’ to meet expenditure not of an annual nature.
- Provision & maintenance of necessary equipment, implements and vehicles.
- Any other maintenance, management and services of whatever nature necessary to ensure the continuous smooth operation of Mjejane Game Reserve.
- Rental for the use of the Common Property
Letting of Units
Owners are permitted to rent out their units privately on an ad hoc basis, but not on a commercial basis. No commercial enterprise of any nature may be conducted on any residential stand within Mjejane Game Reserve.
Owners may register with Mjejane Safari Lodge or with the Managing Agent, who will endeavour to rent out available weeks on behalf of the owner, for which an administration fee will be charged.
Incorporation into Kruger National Park
As already mentioned, it is envisaged that the fence between Mjejane Game Reserve and Kruger National Park will be dropped early in 2008, effectively incorporating Mjejane into the Park.
At this point in time, negotiations with Parks Board are still continuing, and no decision has yet been taken as to whether Mjejane will be incorporated as a ‘Private Nature Reserve’ or a ‘Contract Park’. Each of these options have specific terms and conditions attached to them, to which every owner will be bound.