The inside of Southern Africa comprises of a progression of undulating levels that spread the majority of South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana and stretch out into focal Angola. Touching with this are uplands in Zambia and Zimbabwe. Beach front mountains and slopes, flanking the high ground, are found in northern Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, Angola, and along the Mozambique-Zimbabwe fringe. Waterfront fields adjoin the Indian Ocean in Mozambique and the Atlantic in Angola and Namibia.
The Kalahari desert frames the focal misery of the Southern African level. Its rise ascends to the Great Escarpment, which flanks the level in a practically solid line from the Zambezi River to Angola. Southern Zimbabwe and a lot of South Africa are inside an area of scrublands and fields known as the veld. Toward the southeast of the veld is the Drakensberg extend, which incorporates the area’s most noteworthy pinnacle—Lesotho’s Mount Ntlenyana, at 11,424 feet (3,482 meters). In Namibia the beach front edge incorporates the very dry Namib desert, which, in the south, blends eastbound into the extraordinary sandy spread of the Kalahari.