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SHAKATI BUSH FACTS #7 – MOKOLO RIVER

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Overview

Welcome to the Seventh edition of Shakati Bush Facts. In the article, we will be focusing on the Mokolo River, which runs side by side with Shakati Private Game Reserve. Rivers are an important lifeline for the bush, and contain its own ecosystem.

How does the Mokolo River flow?

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The Mokolo River starts in the Waterberg Mountains between the koppies (Confluence of the Sand River with the Grootspruit River), and flows through a steep gorge into the Vaalwater town. From there it flows past Shakati via flat area until it enters the Mokolo Dam. From the Mokolo Dam it flows past another gorge where it finally enters the Limpopo River. Continue reading SHAKATI BUSH FACTS #7 – MOKOLO RIVER

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SHAKATI BUSH FACTS #4 – WATERBERG BIOSPHERE

Overview

Welcome to the Fourth edition of Shakati Bush Facts. In the article, we will be focusing on the Waterberg Biosphere. This article is part of a two part series. The first article will focus on the Waterberg Biosphere, and the second will focus on the climate, ecology and other aspects of the Biosphere.

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