MPSA Podcasts

The Bakenkop Pass – a rough and steep logging road in the Sabie area which features some tough characters from the late 1800’s.

This is Part 1 of the fascinating story of Steinaeckers Horsemen and two wily characters called Paul Perry and Harry Wolhuter, the latter being famous for having killed a lion with a knife.

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 Show: Berg en Daal on Wild Coast FM (broadcast each Monday at 3.30 in the afternoon)

Interviewers name: Wayne Naylor

Date: 4 June 2018

The talk covers the Old Postal route in the Cederberg and the story of Rooibos tea.

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Discussion on SA’s shortest pass – Grey’s Pass as well as a talk on some strange place names in SA – such as Tonteldoos and it’s access road, the Korfnek Pass. This chat also covers the story of how Mac mac in Mpumalanga got it’s name.

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Mmakgomo Tshetlo (Talk Radio 702) interviews Trygve Roberts from Mountain Passes South Africa on the iconic Sani Pass

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Mountain Passes South Africa

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Mountain Passes South Africa

Mountain Passes South Africa is a website dedicated to the research, documentation, photographing and filming of the mountain passes of South Africa.
 

Passes are classified according to provinces and feature a text description, Fact File including GPS data, a fully interactive dual-view map and a narrated YouTube video.
 

Master Orientation Map

Master Orientation Map We are as passionate about maps as we are about mountain passes. A good map is a thing of beauty that can transport you into the mists of time or get your sense of adventure churning. It is a place to make discoveries about deserts and seas, mountains and lakes; of roads leading into places you have not been before; a place to pore over holiday destinations or weekend camping trips. A map is your window to the world.

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