1913 Origins

1913 Origins

Sani Pass was originally developed as a bridal path in 1913 which was primarily used as a trade route between South Africa and Mokhotlong. All goods were carried by pack mule.  The drivers usually had spare mules on hand to replace any that they’d push over the edge...
1948 Openings

1948 Openings

In those early days Sani was easily identifiable from afar because of the vultures and Lammergeiers that circled above awaiting their next meal. The Sani Pass was opened in 1948 by an ex Spitfire pilot called Godfrey Edmonds, who on the 26 October 1948, aided by...
1955 Constructions

1955 Constructions

In 1955, David Alexander and friends began constructing a road for their Land Rovers, so they could create a trade route between Himeville in KwaZulu-Natal and Mokhotlong in Lesotho. So the Mokhotlong Mountain Transport Company was created, and the Pass which it made...