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Botswana History

As with many African countries, Botswana is steeped in an oral tradition where stories are passed down from generation to generation. Much of Botswana’s early history remains unrecorded. The impact of Western culture and the lure of urban promises have to some extent eroded the...

Botswana Geography

Botswana is a landlocked country, bordered by Namibia in the west, Zambia in the north, Zimbabwe in the east and South Africa in the south. It is uniformly flat, elevated at a fairly constant 1,000 metres above sea level. The country is approximately the size of France or Texas...

Botswana Economy

The next time you are with someone sporting diamond jewellery, do not be surprised if you discover that the diamonds come from Botswana. These precious gems brought Botswana to the status of being one of Africa’s richest nations due to the discovery and mining of diamonds in the...

People and Languages

The Batswana peoples (Batswana being the collective term for the varied tribal groups in Botswana) depend on the land for a living in some form or another Although there has been a marked migration of people into towns in search of fast diminishing employment opportunities, many...