The MCSA (specifically the Johannesburg and Magaliesberg Sections) owns and manages several of the magnificent kloofs that had formed on the northern slopes of the Magaliesberg. The MCSA manages its properties for utilisation by MCSA members and the public, whilst maintaining the wilderness character of these properties and allowing natural processes to continue unhindered. The MCSA believes that club members and members of the public should enjoy access to the MCSA’s properties because these properties are a part of South Africa’s shared natural heritage. The MCSA acts as a custodian of these properties on behalf of all South Africans. Club activities include club evenings, hiking, rock climbing, national events, conservation and expeditions.

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Events Calendar

If you would like to add this calendar to your own google calendar (view access) please click on the small blue plus sign at the bottom right corner of the calendar. Next to the words "Google calendar".

If you would like to add your event to the calendar please ask one of the following members to add it for you:
Climbing – Lilja Lakic at climbing@mag.mcsa.org.za or

Hiking – Hanlie Schmidt at hiking@mag.mcsa.org.za

Weeding - Corne Mare at conservation@mag.mcsa.org.za

When you ask a committee member to add your event please also forward:
1. your name and surname;
2. e-mail;
3. cell phone number;
4. preferred method of contact;
5. name of the event ex. Climbing Wilgepoort;
6. how far from Pretoria it is and
7. a photo of the place
The applicable committee member will communicate this to the news committee member to be advertised in the news letter and on Facebook.