Notice is hereby given that the 33rd Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at The Country Club Johannesburg, Woodmead, Johannesburg on Thursday, 17th November 2016,at 18h00.
All relevant documents are available on the Downloads page.
Predators and Buffalo in camp
A satellite image of Ingwelala Camp shows what an oasis we are. Due to this oasis, it is clear why animals are attracted to our camp.
Cheetah’s are unusual to this part of this world, and are not common to the Umbabat Game Reserve.
A communication from the Ingwelala Chairman regarding Project Sky Hawk.
Leopard in camp
An aging female leopard presented an interesting story before it was, sadly, euthanased.
Lion encounters - Fuller family
This contribution is from the Fuller family in Bungalow # 42, who describe these fascinating encounters with lions during their recent visit to Ingwelala.
Altered behaviour in animals - drought-related?
John Llewllyn's observations regarding processes he has not seen in the field before.
The continuing drought..
The drought in the Lowveld continues, many experts claiming it to be the worst drought in decades, and this at the beginning of a predicted long term (10 -year) dry cycle. The following articles are well worth a read, because they are close to home and relate to local land marks and features in the environment that you will recognise:
Swimming pool hippo, and other updates
A hippo that finds the swimming pool an attractive place to be has continued to visit these chlorine waters on an ad hoc basis. It is a disheartening early morning greeting for Moses Nzimba and Timothy Khoza who have to firstly evict the amphibian and then clear the pool of vast quantities of hippo dung.
Two birds of prey and a serpent
Chris Thorpe in Bungalow # 197 contributed this fascinating encounter between two birds of prey and a serpent