Trivia Crack Answer: Africa
Botswana is located in the continent of Africa. Botswana is located in the southern section of Africa and is bordered by Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Botswana is a relatively small country in terms of population, with only two million residents. The residents are primarily Tswana, although there are also many BaKalanga, AbaThwa, Bayei and others. There are also some Europeans and Indians in Botswana. Citizens primarily identify as Christian, although there are also those who practice Hinduism and Islam. Botswana is one of the most developed and least corrupt countries in Africa. They are run as a democratic republic, with citizens voting for their representatives as president and parliamentary members. It has been a democratic republic since their declaration of independence in 1964. Botswana was a British colony from 1885-1964. Botswana has been experiencing severe drought issues for many years. The drought is also causing desertification, making it difficult to grow crops in the country. Many of its rural residents survive by raising livestock, especially cattle. Urban residents are often workers in the financial district. Banking in Botswana is advanced and thriving. Mining also contributes to Botswana’s GDP. The Orapa mine located in Botswana is the largest diamond mine in the world.