Geography of Southern Africa

By madison Thomas

Namib Desert

The Namib Desert is a desert that is 31,200 square miles of land. It lies on the southern Africa's west coast.

It is one of the largest Deserts in the world and has some of the higest sand dunes ever. of them rise to more than 1,300 feet.

Cape of good hope

The cape of good hope is a peninsula in South Africa that lies about 100 miles. The Cape of good hope isa famous for it's good beaches and fine roads. It's part of the city cape Town.

Johannesburg

Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa, Population is 3,225,810. It's most important for industrial, financial, and commercial center in Africa.

Zambezi river

The Zambezi River is the fourth longest River in Africa. The Zambezi River rises in Zambia. The river follows a winding 1,700-mile course. It Seperates Zambia and Zambabwe from eachother. It emepites into the Mozambique Channel.

Limpopo River

Limpopo River is an important river that flows for about 1,000 miles in southeastern Africa. The Limpopo rises in the highlands and separates the South African province of Limpopo from Botswana and Zimbabwe before it crosses Mozambique to the Indian Ocean.

Lusaka

Lusaka Is the largest plus is the capital in Zambia. The city lies on a high plateau in south-central Zambia. Lusaka is a trade center and a major market for farm products raised in rural areas of Zambia.It also has many large bulidings and is the university in Zambia.

Kalahari Desert

The Kalahari Desert is a large dry sandy basin that lies 190,000 square miles in southern africa. The Kalahari desert is the largest Africa's last wildlife paradises. It spreads across much of Botswana, and parts of Namibia and South Africa.