The first recorded mention of Hazyview was by Harry Wolhunter, the famous Kruger National Park ranger. His life was saved here by Perry, a French-Canadian member of Stainaecker’s Horse, a cavalry regiment in the Anglo-Boer War. Wolhunter was suffering from Black Water fever. Perry was granted a farm on the Sabie River by the government and founded a trading store. On his death he willed the farm to Wolhunter, who was obliged to sell it to liquidate his debts. The Village of Hazyview was officially promulgated in 1959. More than half of the World’s bananas are grown within 100km of Hazyview because the ground is so fertile. The bananas were planted in the 1950’s and since the number of farms has grown and grown.
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