Herbert George Robins, the son of George Robins and Martha Ann Emptage, arrived in South Africa in 1892, aged 25. With a keen interest in science, he became a prospector and a surveyor. As a farmer, Herbert stopped the hunting, shooting and poaching of game on his land. His 26,000 acres were bequeathed to the Southern Rhodesian Government to be maintained as a game sanctuary for all time.
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