|Largest Cities|| Awadouw|
|Currency||Zambezia Metical (ZBM)|
|Our Timeline Equivalent||Mozambique, eastern Zimbabwe|
The nation of Zambezia is in southern Africa. To the south is Boer Free State, to the north is Tanganyika, to the west is Zambia, and to the east is the Indian Ocean. The vast majority of the population are either hunter-gatherers or subsistence herders or farmers. Except for some areas near the borders, some Bantu enclaves, and the coast, nearly the entire country is composed of Khoisan ethnic groups. Zambezia has the greatest number of Khoisan people of any country, though Namibia has the highest percentage of Khoisan people, at 92%.
- 93% Non-Vegetarian
- 07% Vegetarian
Khoisan groups make up the vast majority of the population, and most of them live in rural areas, either farming, herding, or hunting and gathering. Bantu groups make up most of the rest, with a scattering of Malagasy people, as well as some Europeans in the south, near the border with Boer Free State.
- 89% Khoisan
- 09% Bantu groups
- 02% others (Europeans, Malagasy, etc)
- 91% Khoisan languages
- 35% Zambezian
- 56% other Khoisan languages
- 08% Bantu languages (mostly "P" and "S" varieties)
- 01% others (Malagasy, Afrikaans, etc)
This is a rough estimate. Most hunter-gatherers and Khoikhoi herders have their indigenous beliefs.
- 85% Indigenous beliefs
- 10% Non-religious
- 03% Christian
- 01% Cathar
- 01% others