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1: Residences

There are 6 management houses on the property.


HQ on portion 1 of 142NK

This is on portion 1 of 142Nk GPS cords S21 36.464 E 21 24.948

This is the main management hub and consists of

A large managers house, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 lounges, kitchen, scullery, pantry. Large covered stoop with swimming pool.

A private guest cottage attached to the main house

A 3 bedroomed, 2 bath roomed managers house

Stables for 10 horses

Large workshop

Large storage warehouse

Cold room

Meat processing rooms

Developed vegetable garden.

This complex is solar powered with 24 x 2.4 Kw panels on sun tracker system with 48 2v glass battery cells and 3 phase MLT drives invertor there is a backup Deutz 16 kVa diesel generator.

There are two equipped boreholes supplying the HQ complex and one unequipped backup borehole.


General Manager House on farm 25NK GPS S 21 38.512 E 21 22.651

This consists of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 lounges, kitchen, scullery, pantry and guest room / office.

Large covered stoop with swimming pool.

Well-developed garden, which includes a large dam.

There are various out buildings including laundry, stores etc.

The house is solar powered with a backup 16 kVa generator.

There is a strong borehole with a Lister and Mono and tank stand.


Managers house

This has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, large kitchen with pantry, walk in wardrobe, large lounge and a covered veranda. The house is positioned to ensure privacy to both the occupants and the owners.

All three houses at the HQ use the solar generated power and main water reticulation.


Game Managers house on farm 25NK GPS S 21 38.485 E 21 22.909

This consists of a 3 bedroomed, 2 bath roomed, lounge, kitchen, pantry, study, covered stoop and outbuildings and carport.

This house is solar powered.

It is close, around 400m from GM house and from where it receives water.


Dikeledi House on farm 24NK GPS S 21 39.654 E 21 16.828

This is a 3 bedroomed traditional farm manager’s house.

It has a strong borehole, header tank that is driven by a solar powered pump.


2: Water

The farms upon which Kanana operates are on the Ghanzi ridge and thus water is shallow and plentiful throughout.

There are 19 boreholes currently in use throughout the farms. They are on average 40m depth with water at 15m.

The water is sweet and potable.

There are 3 boreholes equipped with Lister engines and mono pumps, 5 windmills, 9 solar powered and two in the sand veld equipped with diesel generators and submersibles.

There are a further 13 proven boreholes drilled and capped. These were drilled as part of a scheme to divide the property into an eco lodge leisure development that was subsequently abandoned.

There is a pipeline from HQ going north into the sandveld which supplies a further 3 game drinking points.

GPS cords and a description of each water point are listed in the appendix.


3: Roads and firebreaks

There is a comprehensive well-maintained road and firebreak network throughout the farms.


4: Cattle infrastructure

Farm 156NK has been comprehensively developed into a state of the art cattle unit.

There are over 75 kms of 5 strand cattle fences, 4 central Kraal complexes and a central loading facility

There are 6 reservoirs with a total capacity of 1 million litres of water and associated water reticulation through HDPvC 75mm piping.

There are two boreholes equipped with generators and submersible pumps.

The farm has been chemically de-bushed where necessary.

The grazing on the farm is in excellent condition and is recognised as ideal for cattle.