|Official name||Boegoeberg Dam|
|Location||near Prieska, Northern Cape|
|Owner(s)||Department of Water Affairs|
|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Gravity dam|
|Creates||Boegoeberg Dam Reservoir|
|Total capacity||19 895 000 m³|
|Surface area||742 ha|
Boegoeberg Dam is a gravity type dam on the Orange River, near Prieska, Northern Cape, South Africa. Building was started in 1926 and completed by 1933. Boegoeberg is named for the small tree Croton gratissimus, also known as Bergboegoe. Its primary purpose is for irrigation and it has a low hazard potential.
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