Black Kei River
The Black Kei River, originates southwest of Queenstown, and eventually joins the White Kei River, to become the Great Kei River. Several villages are situated on its banks, including McBride Village, Qabi, Ntabelanga, Thornhill, Loudon, Mitford, Basoto, Baccle's Farm and Tentergate.
|Black Kei River|
|Etymology||From kei, the word for "water" in the Khoekhoe language|
|Province||Eastern Cape Province|
|⁃ location||Eastern Cape, South Africa|
|⁃ elevation||1,500 m (4,900 ft)|
|Source confluence||Swart-Kei / Wit-Kei|
|Mouth||Confluence with White Kei River|
|540 m (1,770 ft)|
|⁃ left||Klaas Smits River|
|⁃ right||Klipplaat River|
Its upper reaches form the western boundary of the Tsolwana Nature Reserve, and during the mid-1800s, the Black Kei and its Klipplaat tributary formed the northern boundary of British Kaffraria. The Klaas Smits and Klipplaat rivers are its main tributaries.
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