- The Bushveld is a sub-tropical woodland ecoregion of Southern Africa that encompasses most of Limpopo Province and part of the North West Province of South Africa and extends into western Botswana and southern Zimbabwe.
- A terrain of thick scrubby trees and bush in dense thickets, with grassy groundcover between
- A natural region in southern Africa. It is an extensive grassland with thorn bushes and with scattered trees, such as acacia and baobab. It is moderately dry and has an elevation of about 800 - 1,200 m (2,500 - 4,000'). (Also see Veld.)
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