- South Africa
The Kalahari Desert is a large arid desert in southwestern Sub-Saharan Africa, or as it is also known, Kgalagadi Africa. The Kalahari, famous for its red sands, is derived from this word ‘kgalagadi’, which in Tswana means ‘the great thirst’. The Kalahari Desert occupies central and southwestern Botswana, as well as parts of west central South Africa and eastern Namibia.
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