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bushveld

the. an area of low altitude in N South Africa, having scrub vegetation
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Six South African botanical gardens have also established living collections of Encephalartos species for ex situ conservation, notably the Lowveld National Botanical Garden in Nelspruit, Kirstenbosch in Cape Town and the Durban Botanic Garden (Donaldson, 2003).
On Friday afternoon, the province will come alive to the display of a spectacular airshow sponsored by the Lowveld Airshow.
The lowveld is far richer in game than the gusu forests, and any lowveld hunter will have lots of stories about how their efforts came to nought, thanks to sharp-eyed giraffe, panicked zebra, or stampeding wildebeest.
The incidence of this disease at RFH is unknown, but as the Lowveld region of SA is an endemic area, schistosomiasis should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of a patient with a chronic, vague abdominal mass.
Govere JM, Durheim DN, Coetzee M, Hunt RH, La Grange JJ: Captures of mosquitoes of the Anopheles gambiae complex (Diptera: Culicidae) in the Lowveld Region of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa.
In addition to a notable professional and academic career (and provincial colours for squash and swimming), Leonie Scholtz established her own radiology practice in 1993, which has subsequently expanded to 8 partners and 15 practices in Pretoria and the Lowveld.
This locality is in the Lowveld, characterized by a type of savannah vegetation utterly different from that of the afromontane forest on the Drakensberg escarpment.
The lions are not albino but a rare species found only in a 200-square-mile area of Timbavati in the Lowveld Northern Province of the South African bush.
But he has surprised many in South Africa by handling the Lowveld bush easily.
In the 19508, control measures (DDT spraying) were successfully [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] in the lowveld so that agricultural development could take place, and by 1959, [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] had been all but eradicated from Swaziland (19).
More than 100 foreign tourists were stranded in luxury game reserves in the Lowveld border area between Mpumalanga and the Northern Province yesterday.