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n.1.An elephant.
2.An ancient horn, made of ivory.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Meanwhile, staff houses in Sikwane, Olifants Drift, Oodi, Modipane, Morwa, Bosej 1, Boseja 2 and Makakatlela were initially proposed for implementation during 2018/19 financial year, but could not be accommodated in the budget due to ceiling constraints.
GO: Arrange your accommodation via parks agency sanparks.org - have a peek at the Olifants and Satara Rest Camps.
Cullis & van Koppen (2007) reported Gini coefficients of above 90% in the Olifants River Water Management Area.
(2.) AWARD's RESILIM-Olifants Programme focuses on resilience-building in the transboundary Olifants River Basin, shared between South Africa and Mozambique (see: http://award.org.za/project/resili ence-in-the-limpopo-basin).
Salim, "Hydrological responses to land use/cover changes in the Olifants Basin, South Africa," Water (Switzerland), vol.
Marx, "Bioaccumulation of chromium, copper and iron in the organs and tissues of Clarias gariepinus in the Olifants River, Kruger National Park," Water SA, vol.
Ramollo, "Bioassessing the impact of water quality on the health and parasite composition of Oreochromis mossambicus at the Phalaborwa Industrial Complex (PIC) and the barrage (olifants river) in the Limpopo Province, South Africa," M.
Environmental health outcomes and exposure risks among at-risk communities living in the Upper Olifants River Catchment, South Africa.
After 11 years with the local government conservation department, Spencer decided to refocus his energy on Balule Nature Reserve--he'd fallen love with Balule "because it was the last component to join the Kruger National Park." He convinced a local landowner to let him park his caravan on his private bush property, and got to work establishing Transfrontier Africa, a nonprofit focused on the ecological management of the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve.
D'Hollander et al., "Persistent organic pollutants in the Olifants River Basin, South Africa: Bioaccumulation and trophic transfer through a subtropical aquatic food web," Science of the Total Environment, vol.