According to Weldon Schenck, owner of Hammond Ranch, no hunting quotas have been issued for most properties in the Save Valley Conservancy, except for a few with black Zimbabwean partners. "The rest of us remainas last year caught in a stalemate with no political willingness to resolve it on the part of the President's Cabinet, where it sits," says Schenck. "At issue are two conflicting indigenization schemes: our SVC plan is to incorporate blacks through investment and community involvement; a government group wants to impose 37 partners' on us as majority owners of SVC properties. The 37 are provincial political heavyweights, including the governor and MPs, who have no interest in wildlife and less money to invest. The SVC has sued for our quotas, and we are hopeful we may succeed that way. But for now, I would not encourage your readers to go to the SVC."