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The Republic of Namibia is a southern African country whose capital is Windhoek. The world’s second least densely populated country, Namibia has a total area of 318,696 sq mi and an estimated population of 2.11 million as of 2009.
Namibia, officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in southern Africa on the Atlantic coast. It shares borders with Angola, and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south. its capital city is Windhoek (German: Windhuk). Namibia is a member state of the Southern A…
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Answer Kids continued to attend school during World War 1. In countries that had compulsory education before the war, nearly all kids continued to go to school. In many countries education was compulsory only up to age 14 or in some cases, only 13. In some European countries there were educati…
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no you don't need a visa to go to Algeria
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The national currency is the Namibian dollar,but South African rand is also accepted as legal tender.The Namibian $ is pegged to the SA rand,the ratio is 1:1 (equal),but Namibian dollars are not accepted in South Africa. It's like in most of the Caribbean, e.g. Bahamas, with United States money.
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Namibian dollar alongside the south African rand
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Yes Swaziland is visa free Country to Canada
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Nahas Angula is the Prime Minister tasked with running the civil service and the day-to-day business of government.Our president is Hifikipunye Pohamba.
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Walvis Bay is the main port and Luderitz (changed to !Nami≠Nûs in 2013) also handles freight on a smaller scale. Swakopmund does not have a port. Pronunciation of the Damara/Nama Click sounds: / (Click written as a forward slash)Place the tongue just behind the teeth at the front of the mouth an…
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Holders of a valid, original passport for the Republic of Namibia can travel to the following countries for periods between 30 days and 6 months (depending on the country) WITHOUT obtaining a visa: Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Hong Kong, Kenya, Lesotho, Macau, Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritius, Seych…
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The modern day country of Ghana has over 100 ethnic groups, but most of them belong to two main groups of people: the Akan of the south and central areas, and the Gur peoples of the north. Among both groupories of their peoples' origins from a great kingdom situated to the north, (often called Wagad…
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The official language of the Republic of Namibia is English. However, Afrikaans, German, Ovambo, Oshivambo, Nama, Damara, Nama-damara, Herero, Tswana and Xoi-san are also widely spoken.
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Passion, feelings, memories
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Like so many African countries, these are the main issues that contributed to her poverty,They have minimum access to clean water.low life expectancypeople cant afford to pay for doctorsCant afford good education for their kids
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Direct democracy the citizens vote for what they want, in indirect democracy the representive is voted for and makes the decisions
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The foundations for independence were laid by the Father of the Nation, former president Sam Nujoma in 1989. But Namibia officially gained it's independence from South Africa on 21 March 1990 and was called The Republic of Namibia.
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The leading cause of maternal morbidity in the Philippines is complications during labor and delivery. The second leading cause is hypertension.
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Namibia sent a team of 10 athletes to the 2008 Games in Beijing to compete in athletics, boxing, shooting, and cycling.
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The official language of the Republic of Namibia is English. However, The following languages are also widely spoken: Afrikaans German Ovambo Oshivambo Nama Damara Nama-damara Herero Tswana Xoi-san
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it is an independent country - a Republic
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Nambia is a small village, with a low population. It is located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa.
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if the Greek Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox have, as they now claim, solved all of their theological differences, then why have they not reunited themselves until their final agreement around 20 years ago, or what is being done in these last two decades? Also what are the prospects of reunion betwee…
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It was called South West Africa previously.
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Namibia is a developing country with a total of 13 different cultures. The living conditions are not the best in the world, but it is good enough to cater for average person living here. Here are a lot of things to do from cycling, tourist attractions and a whole lot more. The biggest part of the po…
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The hottest day temperatures occur in the summer months between November and March, reaching highs of 30oC. In the Namib Desert, day-time temperatures can reach highs of 50oC.
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Yes, German is spoken in Namibia because Namibia was previously colonised by Germany. German is actually not that common in Namibia. (Only spoken by 20% of white population.) It's also mainly spoken in the urban areas.
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1. That the other spouse has committed adultery (or had sexual relations with someone else) and that as a result, the spouse seeking divorce finds it intolerable to continue living with him or her. 2. That the other spouse has behaved in such a way that the spouse seeking divorce cannot reasonably…
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Namibia is home to a wide diversity of languages, from three language families: Indo-European, Bantu and Khoisan.The most widely spoken languages are Oshiwambo dialects, by 48% of the population, the Khoekhoe language by 11%, Afrikaans by 11%, Kwangali language by 10% and Herero by 10%. English, the…
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1,820,916 } 2005 estimate2,128,471 } 2010 estimate
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Namibia is in Africa, along the southwest (Atlantic) coast.It was formerly the German colony of South-West Africa and was claimed by South Africa after World War II, and became an independent republic in 1990.
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The sole official language of Namibia, as recognised by the Namibian Government, is English. However, German, Afrikaans and Oshiwambo are recognised as regional languages.
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Fish River Canyon, Ai-Ais Resort, Lüderitz, Kolmanskop, Windhoek, Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Tsumeb, Hobi Meteorite, Otjikoto Lake, and Etosha National Park. Also: Upington and Augrabies Falls. These 2 are in South Africa, close to Namibia, and should be included.
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South West Africa and German South West Africa. In the Nama language, Namib means 'area where there is nothing'
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Because it was once a German colony known as German South West Africa.During World War 1 the English and French invaded the African German colonies and afterwards they deported all the German colonists back to Germany. All the German businesses, farms and estates were sold and the Anglo/French made …
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English is the only official language of the Republic of Namibia. German and Afrikaans are recognised languages and widely spoken, while other regional and traditional languages make up the balance of the 11 languages spoken in the country. Strange that English is the only official language there, …
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Etosha National Park, Damarland, Windhoek
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1.2million population
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Postal codes are not used in this country.
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Late Harold Pupkewitz (died 2012) was the richest man in Namibia worth N$ 2.9 billion, which is now owned by his family. <br /> The second richest is founding president Sam Nujoma, followed by Aupa Frans Indongo and the List family. (Source: NamRights)
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South Africa.
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Namara, Dama, Herero, Oshivambo, San, English, Afrikaans & Deutsch (German).
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Namib Desert along coast, with part of the Kalahari Desert in eastThe Namib Desert is found along the coastline of Namibia ~ look to the related link below .
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From South Africa.
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Windhoek - population of about 360 000 - located in central Namibia Windhoek The capital city of Namibia is WindhoekWindhoekWindhoek
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318,696 sq miles (825,418 km²)
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Namibian Dollar
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About 1500 km, which is hyper arid desert.
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Official language-EnglishRecognised regional languages-Afrikaans, German, Oshiwambo
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Not at all, but its biggest income disparity driven from apartheid era, makes it neither rich nor poor. ,A lot of black people live bellow the poverty line.
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Windhoek - located in Central Namibia, population of about 360 000 people
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The health ministry reports there are about 650 doctors in the country, however the reference below is 2 years old and for some reason the health ministry page isn't loading (reference 2). Reference: http://student.bmj.com/issues/06/04/news/136.php Referrence 2: http://www.healthnet.org.na/mhssi…
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The cost was the great loss of life among the aboriginal community of Namibia during the colonial wars waged there to subjucate the native peoples to German rule. The benefit the colony had for Germany can't be determined as it remained their colony for too short a period for it to be properly pros…
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The population of Namibia is approaching a 2 million mark right now. The latest population survey which was done towards the end of 2008 shows that at that point, the population was 1 999 177. Considering that there were others who couldn't be counted for one or another reaso etc. - The population o…
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If you are asking about allies of the World Wars , only the USA did not have African colonies.
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Namibia does not use zip codes. (Although the old one used to be "9000".)
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Feet, Cars, Donkey Carts. Also, buses, trains, aircraft.
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The Okavango River and the link below will give you a full list.
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mineral resources, among which are diamonds, uranium, copper, zinc, and lead that are found in Namibia.
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South West Africa
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The West African country of Liberia has never been a colony.
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The currencies in Namibia are the Namibian dollar, aka NAD, and the South African rand, aka ZAR.
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Namibia is a multicultural society
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they live and care for others
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The West African country of Liberia has never been a colony.
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The population of Namibia in 2003 was estimated by the United Nations at 1,987,000, which placed it as number 141 in population among the 193 nations of the world. In that year approximately 4% of the population was over 65 years of age, with another 43% of the population under 15 years of age. Ther…
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Namibia used to be known as South West Africa. Being a neighbour of South Africa, and having shared a long history of oppression under the minority white rule of the racist apartheid South African regime, Namibia was known as South West Africa - first, because of its geographic location and secondly…
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Natasha Richardson was 45 years old when she died on March 18, 2009.
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There is a good German song about the place, 'Das Südwester Lied' (The Southwester Song). It says that it's a harsh place, with perennial rivers, the sun burning the rocks, and so on. Even although these happen, the people still love Namibia. This is because the sun also burns into the heart, and t…
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In beds, with bedding like sheets, blankets, duvets and pillows, very much the same as 1st world countries, in more traditional homesteads on mattresses, and for villages visited by tourists, a straw mattress.
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Sports: Football is the undisputed king of Namibian sports, several of the top players play in the South African Premier league and various European football leagues. Other popular sports include cricket & rugby (both of which have recently qualified for World Cup events) and well as athletics.…
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In Namibia, Christians make up at least 80% of the population, and 50% Lutheran. 10% of the population holds Indigenous beliefs. The rest are unknown.
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CAPE TOWN TO WINDHOEK1265 km North of Cape Town.
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Very much ALL over the country, except for the flood plain savannas in the north.
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Namibia is a huge country with many varying postal codes.
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Don't understand this question. Perhaps this person means Zimbabwe.
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825,418 square kilometres or 318,696 sq mi
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they wear short sleeved shirt with buttons and long pants.
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the contents of the sky & earth & Atlantic ocean as well as of the countries of south Africa botswana Zambia Angola & just possibly Zimbabwe border namibia all of these are within or adjacent to the continent of Africa which however does not border namibia so much as it contains or incl…
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Namibia finds itself where many countries in the region may find themselves over the next several years. Namibia is one of the richest countries in Africa. The country's GNP per capita was calculated at $2,334 USD (December), compared with an African average of $681 USD for the same period.Windhoek…
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The number of people who die each year in Namibia is around 16,654. As of 2014, the estimated population of Namibia is 2. 44 million people.
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First Germany (1884), then South Africa (1948-1990)
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Frans Indongo
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