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Bivane Dam



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Bivane Dam is dam on the Bivane River, near Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It was established in 2000.

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Latitude -27.5201° S 27.5201° S 27° 31' 12.36" -27° 31.206'
Longitude 31.0545° E 31.0545° E 31° 3' 16.2" 31° 3.27'
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UPhongolo Rural
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
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On 01 Aug 2014 freedom kunene said:
The Bivane Dam was introduced and built in the land of our fathers and apparently there are no compensations that the community received, yet we as the community benefit nothing from this beautiful dam that enclosed our fathers' lands. What I would love to know is, what did Mpala Users Association give to the community of Bivane as a compensation? and who did Mpala Users Association speak to before building the dam? Reply to this question will radically wash my curious soul.
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