An overview of MCSA properties can be found on the Central Committee web-site here.
The Johannesburg section owns a small property and hut in the Wolkberg Wilderness Area near Tzaneen. The hut is awesomely situated next to a stream with pool and magnificent view of the so called 4 sisters, with Serala (2050m) dominating the horizon.
The section also owns, partly owns or administers various properties in the Magaliesberg. Access to the Tonquani / Cedarberg / Boulder Kloof complex should be arranged via the section - contact details can be found here.
The Magaliesberg section administers access to the Grootkloof, Mhlabatini & Dome areas. Try the Access page on the Magaliesberg section website or the Johannesburg section Contacts page to find contact details for the Magaliesberg section administrator.
Permits can also be obtained for the Castle Gorge property via the administrator of the Johannesberg Hiking Club - contact details are here (Access page) or here.
The Cape Town Section owns several huts and properties, many of which allow privileged access to otherwise restricted mountain areas.
Kromriver Hut is situated in the Limietberg Nature Reserve. It was built by the enthusiasm and hard labour of Paarl Wellington Mountain club members and was inaugurated on 23 May 1953. For bookings and more information, please visit the section's web-site.
The Worcester section administers the Thomas Hut, located about 90 minutes from Cape Town. Details of hut access arrangements can be found on the section's web-site.