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Geologically-complex fractured aquifers underlie large parts of the semi-arid Limpopo Province where some of the greatest groundwater needs in South Africa occur. It is important to identify potentially high-yielding zones that can be targeted for water supply. The study covered 7 distinct groundwater regions within Limpopo Province, together covering about 63 500 km 2 . Results from over 4 000 pumping-test analyses indicated that geological setting (e.g. aureole of granitoids), proximity anddoi:10.4314/wsa.v38i3.3 fatcat:7kyehvxyvnhglmw2d6lgt2wwom