The landforms of the South African coast (Heydorn and Flemming 1985) can be broadly subdivided into six physiographic regions: Orange River to Olifants River; Olifants River to Berg River; Berg River to Cape Agulhas; Cape Agulhas to Cape Padrone; Cape Padrone to Mtunzini; and Mtunzini to Ponta do Ouro ( Fig. 14.1.1).
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