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n.1.An elephant.
2.An ancient horn, made of ivory.
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The Department of Transport and Public Works launched its October Transport Month campaign with the Safe Kids Walk This Way road safety event at Koekenaap Primary School in the Lower Olifants River Valley on 1 October 2015.
Lotz, under plants (NMBA 2047); 1[female] Vredenburg, Olifants Kraal (32.
One of South Africa's largest single-source wine co-operatives, Namaqua Wines produces wines in the town of Vredendal, situated on the banks of the Olifants River in the Western Cape Province.
The direction it exploded was over the mouth of the Olifants River near Strandfontein, towards the south-west of her.
The sunny Cape Winelands and surrS ounding coastal regions stretch from the Olifants River region in the north, to Constantia on the southern slopes of Table Mountain, to Walker Bay in the south.
Kruger National Park At Olifants Camp "Sky Rangers" set up telescopes at a remote viewing site on the bank of the Olifants river for visitors to view the spectacular Kruger night sky.
Cimarosa Olifants River Chenin Blanc 2008 pounds 3.
I'm always on holiday in France, of course, but for a real break, Olifants River Game Reserve, in South Africa.
So all the carcasses are being torched at Olifants Gorge in Kruger Park, South Africa.
Rangers discovered the first of the carcasses last week in the Olifants River, and helicopter searches later revealed more of the dead animals, said spokesman Raymond Travers.
1999, "Bioaccumulation of copper and zinc in Oreochromis mossambicus and Clarias gariepinus, from the Olifants River, Mpumalanga, South Africa," Water S.
the Olifants River region, near Vredenal, 300km from Cape Town.