Olifants River (Limpopo)

The Olifants River as it flows through the Kruger National Park

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The Lepelle (until 2005 Olifants River or Olifantsrivier ) is a river which rises in the South African province of Mpumalanga.

It flows north through Witbank Dam and the Loskop Dam. In the Transvaal force him towards the Drakensberg East; He cuts through the Abel Erasmus Pass, flows eastward and joins the Letaba. When crossing the border to Mozambique, he changes his name to Rio dos Elefantes and flows into the Limpopo, which still receives the Rio Changane before flowing north of Maputo in the Indian Ocean at Xai -Xai.