Kalahari Craton

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Approximate location of Mesoproterozoic (older than 1.3 Ga) cratons in South America and Africa.

The Kalahari Craton is a craton, an old and stable part of the continental lithosphere that occupies a large portion of South Africa and consists of the Kaapvaal, the Zimbabwe Craton, the Limpopo Belt, and the Namaqua Belt.

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