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I think it is the road from Lower Sabie to the Nkumbe lookout. I often see the flowers, but don't know the name. It looks like some sort of petunia (don't know the scientific name either). Did a bit of research. In Afr 'Wildetrompettertjie', scientific name, turbina oblongata. Unfortunately I cannot find the Eng name for it, but if I do a direct translation, it translates to something like wildtrumpeter?
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