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Elsieskraal River

The Elsieskraal River is a small river that flows through the Cape Town metropolitan area, in South Africa. It rises in the Tygerberg Hills and flows in a generally south westerly direction to its confluence with the Black River just south of Pin ...

                                               

Gamka River

Gamka River is a river located in the Western Cape, South Africa. The name Gamka means Lion and was probably named so by the San people. The river originates north of Beaufort West, generally flowing southwest towards the Gamkapoort Dam. The main ...

                                               

Gamtoos River

Gamtoos River or Gamptoos River is a river in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. It is formed by the confluence of the Kouga River and the Groot River and is approximately 645-kilometre long with a catchment area of 34.635 square kilometres.

                                               

Gourits River

Gourits River, sometimes spelled Gouritz River, is situated in the Western Cape, South Africa. The Gourits River flows from the confluence of the Gamka River and Olifants River and is joined by the Groot River, before flowing through the Langeber ...

                                               

Groot River (Southern Cape)

The Groot River rises in the Komsberg Escarpment of the Great Karoo, about 40 km south of Sutherland in the Northern Cape Province, and is known as the Komsberg in its upper course. Flowing southeastwards it becomes the Buffels River. It then ben ...

                                               

Groot River (Western Cape)

The Groot River is a river in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. It is part of the Olifants/Doring River system. It is not to be confused with the Groot River of Eastern Cape or the Groot River of Southern Cape provinces.

                                               

Kaaimans River

The Kaaimans River, also known as Keerom River, is a river in the Western Cape, South Africa. The mouth of the river lies near Wilderness. Further upriver, the Kaaimans River Gorge is popular for hiking and whitewater kayaking. The nearest large ...

                                               

Kaap River

The Kaap River is a river in the De Kaap Valley of eastern Mpumalanga province, South Africa. It is a tributary of the Crocodile River with which it has a confluence at Kaapmuiden. The Kaap River has two main tributaries, namely the North Kaap Ri ...

                                               

Kariega River

Kariega River is a river located in the Eastern Cape province South Africa. It is an intermittent water course that reaches the ocean through an estuary. This river rises 24 km west of Grahamstown and gives its name to Kariega Park.

                                               

Keurbooms River

The Keurbooms River is a river in the Western Cape Province in South Africa. The river has its sources south of Uniondale in the Langkloof and flows in a roughly southeastern direction. It passes De Vlugt and the Prince Alfred Pass, flowing along ...

                                               

Kouga River

The Kouga River originates near Uniondale, Eastern Cape, South Africa, and flows eastward, where it joins the Groot River to form the Gamtoos just past the Kouga Dam. Its main tributary is the Baviaanskloof River, which joins its left bank before ...

                                               

Mokolo River

The Mokolo River is a major watercourse in Limpopo Province of South Africa. This river collects much of the drainage of the Waterberg Massif and discharges it to the Limpopo River. The rivers catchment area comprises 8.387 square kilometres.

                                               

Molototsi River

The Molototsi River is a non-perennial river that runs amongst villages in Bolobedu, South Africa. This river ascends from a village called Bodupe. Its stream flows to the Modjadji dam in Ga-Matswi. It flows down to the Great Letaba River in the ...

                                               

Msunduzi River

The Msunduzi River is a river in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is also known by its anglicised name, the Dusi River. The original name, Msunduzi, is isiZulu. The Msunduzi is a tributary of the Mngeni River.

                                               

Nhlaralumi River

The Nhlaralumi River is a right bank tributary of the Olifants River in the Kruger National Park, in northern Mpumalanga, South Africa. Its origin is in Thornybush Game Reserve. Its northeastwards course takes it through the Timbavati Game Reserv ...

                                               

Nwanedi River

The Nwanedi River is a watercourse in Limpopo Province, South Africa. It is a tributary of the Limpopo River flowing east of the Nzhelele, joining the right bank of the Limpopo 58 km east of Musina at the South Africa/Zimbabwe border.

                                               

Nzhelele River

This river collects much of the drainage of the northern slopes of the extensive rock formation of the Soutpansberg. Leaving the mountainous area, it meanders in a northeastward direction across the Lowveld, a wide plain that contains considerabl ...

                                               

Ohlanga River

The Ohlanga River is a river in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, which empties into the Indian Ocean just north of Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal, north of Durban. The river has extensive reed beds in the estuary at its mouth, which is only 7 km further sou ...

                                               

Olifants River (Western Cape)

The Olifants River is a river in the northwestern area of the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The upper and main catchment area of the Olifants river is around Ceres and the Cederberg mountains. The Clanwilliam and Bulshoek dams are locate ...

                                               

Riet River (Doring)

It originates in the Koue Bokkeveld Mountains north of Ceres at the confluence of the Winkelhaak River and Houdenbeks River, flowing roughly northwards. After the Groot River joins its left bank it turns eastwards. Below this confluence, the Riet ...

                                               

Salt River (Natures Valley)

The Salt River aka Soutrivier of the Garden Route arises in the Tsitsikamma Mountains between Knysna and Port Elizabeth in South Africa, and mouths into the Indian Ocean just west of Natures Valley. Normally a gentle, small stream, the rivers hyd ...

                                               

Salt River (Western Cape)

The Salt River is a river in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is a confluence of the Black River which just previously has been confluenced by the Elsieskraal River, and the Liesbeeck River. It flows into Table Bay at the Salt River ...

                                               

Sand River (Free State)

The Sand River is a river in the Free State, South Africa. It is located close to Welkom and Virginia in the gold mining center of the Free State. Its source is located close to Tweefontein NW of Ficksburg not far from the South Africa/Lesotho bo ...

                                               

Sand River (Limpopo)

The Sand River or Polokwane River is a watercourse in Limpopo Province, South Africa, a right hand tributary of the Limpopo River. Its new name "Polokwane River" is homonymous with the name of the town of Polokwane, formerly Pietersburg, about 20 ...

                                               

Sonderend River

The Sonderend River, also known as the Riviersonderend, is a main tributary of the Breede River, located in Western Cape Province, South Africa. The village of Riviersonderend is believed to have taken its name from the river.

                                               

Touws River

The Touws River is a river in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is a tributary of the Groot River, part of the Gourits River basin.

                                               

Treur River

The Treur River is a small river in the Drakensberg escarpment region of eastern Mpumalanga province, South Africa. The R532 motor route intersects it twice. Its ultimate origin is inside the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, though most of its ...

                                               

Tsitsikamma River

The Tsitsikamma River is a small river at the western end of the Eastern Cape coast, South Africa. It is part of the Fish to Tsitsikama Water Management Area.

                                               

Uilkraal River

                                               

Umbilo River

The Umbilo River is a river in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The river rises in Kloof to the west of the city of Durban and the mouth of the river is situated in Durban harbour. The Umbilo River forms part of the Durban Metros dMoss trail and cons ...

                                               

Umgeni River

The Umgeni River or Mgeni River, is a river in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It rises in the "Dargle" in the KZN midlands, and its mouth is at Durban, some distance north of Durbans natural harbour. The name is taken to mean the river of entrance ...

                                               

Van Stadens River

Van Stadens River is a river in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. The river mouth is located about 30 km west of Port Elizabeth. The river was named after Marthinus van Staden, one of the area’s pioneering farmers. He was also among the ...

                                               

Dong River (South Korea)

Donggang River is a river in Yeongwol and Jeongseon county, South Korea. It remains the cleanest river and region in whole S. Korea which has gone through sharp industrial development. It is a tributary to the South Hangang River that covers an a ...

                                               

Haguicheon

The Hakuicheon is a river in Uiwang and Anyang, South Korea. It has its source on the slopes of Baekunsan in the city of Uiwang, at the foot of which it forms Baekun Lake, from which it then flows west into Anyang, where it joins the Anyangcheon. ...

                                               

Miryang River

The Miryang River is a tributary of the Nakdong River which flows through Miryang City. It rises in Ulsan metropolitan city, on the slopes of Gohyeonsan, and flows for 101.5 kilometers before joining the Nakdong in Miryangs Samnangjin-eup. Its na ...

                                               

Pungdeokcheon

The Pungdeokcheon, a tributary of the Tancheon, is a stream in Suji-gu in the city of Yongin, Gyeonggi-do. It joins the Tancheon from the west in Jukjeon.

                                               

Seohocheon

The Seohocheon is a river in Suwon, South Korea. It has its source on the southern slopes of Gwanggyosan and flows south, through Cheoncheon-dong, past Dongnam Health College, to Seoho, near Hwaseo Station. From there, it continues south and join ...

                                               

Seomjin River

The Seomjin River is a river in South Korea. It drains southeastern Jeollabuk-do as well as eastern Jeollanam-do and western Gyeongsangnam-do provinces, and flows into the Korea Strait. The Seomjin rises from Palgongsan and flows for 212.3 kilome ...

                                               

Yeong River

The Yeong River is a river in Mungyeong City, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. It flows into the Nakdong River, which in turn flows into the Sea of Japan. The river rises from Hwabuk-myeon in Sangju, and drains most of western Mungyeong an ...

                                               

Bahr el Zeraf

The Bahr el Zeraf, or Zeraf River in the English language, is an arm of the White Nile in the Sudd region of South Sudan. It is completely contained within the South Sudanese state of Jonglei. Its name is Arabic for "Giraffe River".

                                               

Jur River

The Jur River is a river in western South Sudan, flowing through the Bahr el Ghazal and Equatoria regions. About 485 kilometres long, it flows north and northeast, joining the Bahr el Ghazal River on the western side of the Sudd wetlands. The Jur ...

                                               

Koda River (South Sudan)

The river begins approximately at 4.687°N 31.063°E  / 4.687; 31.063, south of the Miri Hills, approximately 7 km north of the village of Mussikidolk and 60 km west of the state capital Juba. It runs mostly in the northeast direction, being joine ...

                                               

Malwal River

The Malwal River is a river in South Sudan. It flows through Unity State, coming from Warrap and crossing Abiemnom, Mayom County and Rubkona on its way to the Bahr el Arab.

                                               

Arnoia (river)

The River Arnoia is a tributary of the rio Miño in Galicia, northwest Spain. At 84.5 kilometers, it is the longest river in the province of Orense. The Spanish wine denominacion de origen protegida of Ribeiro DOP is located at the confluences of ...

                                               

Besos (river)

The Besos is a river flowing through Catalonia, Spain, formed by the confluence of the Mogent and Congost rivers. It ends in the Mediterranean. Its full watershed includes the following cities: Aiguafreda, La Garriga, Sant Fost de Campsantelles, ...

                                               

Cacin River

The Cacin River is a river in Andalusia, Spain. It is supplied by streams flowing north from the Sierra de Almijara and Sierra de Tejeda into the Depression of Granada. The river originates in the Los Bermejales Reservoir, and flows north to join ...

                                               

Carraixet

The Carraixet ravine is a course of water from the north of the Valencian province, in the Valencian Community. It begins in Gatova and collects waters from the sloped southern side of the Calderona mountain range. It flows into the Mediterranean ...

                                               

Chillar River

The Chillar River is a river in the east of the Province of Malaga, Spain. It originates in the Sierra de Almijara and enters Mediterranean Sea just west of the town of Nerja.

                                               

Cinca (Spain)

The Cinca is a river in Aragon, Spain. Its source is in the Circo de Pineta, in the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, in the Aragonese Pyrenees. It is a tributary to the Segre River, with its confluence at La Granja dEscarp, not far from the ...

                                               

Congost (river)

The Congost is a river basin of the Besos river and owes its name to the narrow gorge through which it passes, largely through the Catalan pre-coastal mountain range in Spain.

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