Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sabie P.R.I.D.E

Picking up our rubbish. Restoring our beauty. Investing in our future. Doing it together. Enjoying the results. SABIE P.R.I.D.E is a project driven by the SABIE CHAMBER of COMMERCE & TOURISM. We aim, step by step, to clean and beautify … Continue reading

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Why to Stay, Visit or Invest in the town of Sabie

Sabie is a uniquely situated quaint village located in the most beautiful natural surroundings of RSA, and is ideally positioned as a Gateway to the famous Panorama Route, or Kruger National Park. Furthermore, the town is an ideal stopover that … Continue reading

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Fishing the Mountain

The Delagoos Berg, Mount Anderson, Formosa Mountain and Mauchsberg are all mountain peaks in the Mpumalanga section of the Drakensberg, which make up the ranges surrounding Sabie and Pilgrim’s Rest. A number of River Systems with marvellous Trout Fishing potential … Continue reading

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The History of Sabie Town Hospital

To practice medicine without adequate facilities and infrastructure cannot be too convenient or efficient, especially when an epidemic strikes a community; it could be catastrophic! The 1918 Spanish Influenza epidemic did not spare Sabie, and by November 1918 the only … Continue reading

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Some of the Old Sabie Mines

When Capt. J.C. Heyneke first arrived in Sabie IN 1930, there were something like 15 different mines operating. Glynn’s Lydenburg Mine Ltd. was the biggest gold mine at that time in Sabie. Other names were : Eastern Star G.M. co … Continue reading

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