South Africa’s luxury game lodges are empty and safari vehicles gather dust, with borders closed and airlines struggling due to the coronavirus crisis.For Somkhanda, a community-owned game reserve, selling game meat has thrown it a lifeline as Africa’s multibillion-dollar safari industry unravels.The reserve normally gives away or sells at low cost the meat from grazers such as impala and nyala, a spiral-horned antelope, that it culls each year to manage stocks, depending on the weather and…