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The oldest rocks are of Archean age (more than 3.6 to 2.5 billion years old) and
are found in the so-called granite-gneiss-greenstone terrains of the Kaapvaal,
Zimbabwe, and Congo cratons. They consist of gray, banded gneisses, various ...
In Zimbabwe the Highveld and Middle Veld consist of open woodland savanna,
dominated by leguminous, fire- resistant ... The South African and Zimbabwean
governments have, however, set aside vast tracts of veld, such as the Kruger ...
Macropaedia, Accounting - Architecture Robert MacHenry. The Victoria Falls
Bridge across the Zambezi River, connecting Zambia and Zimbabwe. © Brian A.
Vikander/West Light Figure 2: Rock painting of a dance performance, Tassili-n-
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