Botswana life expectancy showed improved results in the census of the year 1991. The results were 57 yrs for the males at the time of and 63.1 yrs for the females. Again another fact about the Botswana people is that it was the first among all the African countries, which experienced a falling rate of birth in answer to enhanced life expectancy.
The latest approximation of fertility in Botswana Africa shows a quick decline of about more than two births for each woman between the years of 1981 to 1988. The Botswana population growth as estimated for the year 2007 is 1.503%. The Botswana information reflects the plain estimates of the ethnic distribution of the region: