Fifty Thousand People Wanted to Pioneer New African Venture

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MyWildAfrica is looking for 50,000 people to sign up to a revolutionary concept in game ranch and wildlife conservancy ownership in Africa. Predicated on a subscription based, not for profit, co-operative concept, MyWildAfrica is an opportunity for ordinary people to live their dreams of owning a part of the African bush for a small annual subscription fee.

MyWildAfrica (http://www.mywildafrica.net) is looking for 50,000 people to sign up to a revolutionary concept in game ranch and wildlife conservancy ownership in Africa. Predicated on a subscription based, not for profit, co-operative concept, MyWildAfrica is an opportunity for ordinary people to live their dreams of owning a part of the African bush for a small annual subscription fee.

The MyWildAfrica concept relies on the combined purchasing power of thousands of people to buy, own and operate game conservancies that come onto the open market anywhere in Africa. People who have a love for the continent and its flora and fauna will now be able to use this opportunity to actually own and influence the management of properties that they have direct involvement in.

The operation of MyWildAfrica is a very simple one. Game ranches and private nature reserves in Africa that come onto the open market will be evaluated by a MyWildAfrica panel and those deemed most suitable will be put to the membership. The membership will then vote electronically on which property to purchase and a simple majority will decide. The properties will be managed professionally and the MyWildAfrica membership will decide upon the most suitable candidate for the job.

Being a member of MyWildAfrica will also entitle people to a discount when staying at any of the MyWildAfrica properties. Again, this discount will be decided upon by the membership and will be reviewed regularly. For those members who are unable to visit the properties in person, they can enjoy the African bush from the comfort of their own homes, by logging on to the website and then doing a bit of game spotting via strategically placed webcams.

As a not for profit organisation the income from subscriptions and the properties themselves can be ploughed back into the maintenance of existing game conservancies as well as being used to purchase new ones.

The brainchild of Nick Holme, an ex-Zimbabwean now living in the UK, MyWildAfrica is a concept that will totally revolutionise the landscape of game conservancy ownership in Africa. It will no longer be a rich person's hobby and the power of the internet will allow ordinary people from all walks of life around the world to be part of the African dream and to ensure that the flora and fauna on their properties are conserved for today's tourist and future generations to come.

Comments Nick, "Not only is MyWildAfrica a totally revolutionary idea in terms of African game conservancy ownership and participation in its management, but it is something that will allow ordinary folk, like you or me, to play a direct part in helping to conserve Africa's finest heritage - its wildlife and bush."

Adds Nick, "Imagine the feeling of satisfaction people will have when they settle down at their computer and pan in via webcam on a waterhole in the middle of the African bush and they see a herd of elephants just coming in to drink at their waterhole on one of their properties. For the price of a small annual subscription I would suggest that feeling is priceless."

  • Further information on MyWildAfrica can be found at http://www.mywildafrica.net
  • Any queries to Nick Holme on Tel: +44 (0)131 208 2250 or Mobile +44 (0)7853 408115 or via the contact form on the website

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