THE suspended Sorris Sorris Conservancy manager, Jordan Namaseb, is accusing the management of the group of poaching.
He told The Namibian that the conservancy committee hunted an oryx illegally in December.
"The oryx was not on the quota but they hunted it illegally and distributed the meat to staff and committee members," Namaseb alleged.
The Namibian understands that the committee was warned by a Ministry of Environment official, Nahor /Howoseb, not to engage in illegal hunting.
Sorris Sorris conservancy chairperson Selvia !Hoaes, when approached for comment, said: "I cannot discuss the issue on the telephone," inviting The Namibian for a face-to-face interview.
Namaseb himself was suspended in December for alleged poaching and other irregularities.
It is alleged that Jordan hunted illegally using an expired hunting licence between December 8 and 9 and also substituting hunters' names without consulting the conservancy leadership.
Another charge was that he allegedly downloaded and watched pornographic material on his work computer.
Jordan admitted to watching porn on his work computer, but denied all other allegations.
Namaseb was allegedly allowed to shoot two big and two small animals for his wedding by the Sorris Sorris conservancy.
According to Namaseb he killed two oryx and one springbok.
A meeting is scheduled for next week to discuss Namaseb's suspension.