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lowveld

(ˈləʊˌfɛlt; -ˌvɛlt)
n
(Physical Geography) the lowveld another name for bushveld
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Shokane (2001) Witchcraft, Power, and Politics: exploring the occult in the South African Lowveld.
Contract Awarded for Appointment of a Contractor For the Sinking of Boreholes, Construction of a New 400 Kl Circular Steel Reservoir and All Related Civil, Electrical And Mechanical Works as Required At the Lowveld
humilis (>30 individuals) under cultivation at the Lowveld National Botanical Garden in Nelspruit, South Africa, resulted in a substantially higher proportion of burned individuals producing new leaves in the growing season following the winter burn than did adjacent unburned plants (Van der Walt, 2010).
Rhinos dehorned in recent years in certain Zimbabwe Lowveld conservancies appear to have a 29 percent higher chance of surviving than their horned counterparts.
Following the setting sun back toward Mbizi camp in the Nuanetsi region of Zim's Lowveld, Chifuti Safaris' Professional Hunter (PH) Rex Hoets spotted a lone blue wildebeest flanking our left and confirmed the spread of his fine horns through his binos.
Chipinge South, the case under study in this paper is in the lowveld area.
Its production area is in the northeastern side of the country, extending from Northern Pondoland in the Eastern Cape Province through the coastal belt and midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, to the Mpumalanga lowveld (SASA 2015).
Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the Liebig's Extract of Meat Company (LEMCO) founded an extensive cattle ranch in the Zimbabwean lowveld, which was to the detriment of the indigenous wildlife that was initially eliminated because of competition for grazing with the livestock, whilst buffalo and wildebeest also posed a risk of disease transmission.
It left swathes of the lowveld under water and killed a number of people, though as 2016 dawns quite the opposite is happening with late and patchy rains dominating our weather system and that in South Africa, while parts of east Africa are bracing for floods.
Swaziland can be defined into four geographical regions; Highveld, Middleveld, Lowveld and Lubombo region.
37) By May 1936, the cumulative number of cattle facing mortality from starvation in the southern Lowveld had risen to approximately 15,000.