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Okavango River runs southward into its delta across the Caprivi Strip from the highlands of Angola.
Most of its water evaporates from the 4,000 square miles (10,000 square km) of the delta wetlands.
Most rivers in Botswana are ephemeral channels, usually not flowing aboveground except in the summer rainy season.
Less and less water flowed through the western side of the Okavango marshes during the 20th century, so that the 70-square-mile (180-square-km) Lake Ngami—famous a century ago—is today dry and almost unrecognizable as a lake.In winter, which lasts from April to September, there is frequent frost at night, and temperatures may fall to near freezing in some high-altitude areas during the day.Summer is heralded by a windy season, the winds carrying dust from the Kalahari, from about late August to early October.The country is named after its dominant ethnic group, the Tswana (“Bechuana” in older variant orthography).
Since its independence the Republic of Botswana has gained international stature as a peaceful and increasingly prosperous democratic state.Botswana extends from the Chobe River (which drains through the Zambezi to the Indian Ocean) in the north to the Molopo River (part of the Orange River system, which flows into the Atlantic) in the south.