Excerpts from an article I stumbled upon:
"Eastward still from there behind Remhoogte lies Buddlea Kloof. When I explored it and named it on a bitter winter 1st of July in 1934, I went with Cooper Partridge, opening a climb on the west side of the gully in a south wind so strong that my rope floated like a pennant in a gale, and the kloof was choked with the sweet-scented bush after which it was named. We had had to drive through drifts where now there are bridges and the area was lonely, untroubled by man. We disturbed a leopard, and buck were aplenty."
"We looked around and admired the solemn scene so seldom observed and left, calling the kloof Krantz Kloof - and found afterwards that that name is the one by which the kloof is known to the local inhabitants. This is the only case where the club gave a name to a kloof coinciding with the original name."
Full article: http://www.eastrandhikingclub.co.za/_articles.mb.html