I've been there- it's the Kruger National Park near Nelspruit and is named after former president of the Transvaal, Paul Kruger.
Who was the noted 19th century Afrikaner statesman who lent his name to one of South Africa's largest wild-animal reserves?
That was Paul Krueger, and the National park is Kruger National Park - I've been there twice. I was told that I would see loads of animals - and I did, Warthogs, Zebra and Baboons. Saw some Hippos from a long way away. On the second occasion the guide kept pointing out Elephant dung to us all - he probably should have realised that we were more interested in the actual Elephants.