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.
The Namib Desert is found along the coast of Namibia.
The national language of Namibia is English, so "welcome".
Yes, it is a hot country. There are deserts in Namibia.
Harold Pupkewitz, Frans Indongo, Eino Pandulo Avia, Koos Brand, Ben Hauwanga, Erastus Shapumba, Quinton van Rooyen, Martha and Haddis Tilahun, Sidney Martin, John Savva, Tarah Shaanika, Andrew Ndishishi Harold Pupkewitz is the richest man in Namibia worth N$ 29 Billion. and Kilian is second...
Yes, most major towns have one, and major cities have several.
Sam as Pick 'n pays business in South Africa... grocery retail.
Most use an airplane or a boat.
After the Namib Desert, Namib meaning dry and arid.
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The Kalahari and Namib Deserts are both present in Namibia.
I don't know but that is what I am trying to find out. I think itis the camel thorn tree or acacia.
Namibia's Literacy Rate Using the definition of literacy as population 15 years old and over being able to read and write, Namibia's literacy rate was 85% in 2001 (from 2001 census).
Mining accounts for 8% of GDP, but provides more than 50% of foreign exchange earnings. Rich alluvial diamond deposits make Namibia a primary source for gem-quality diamonds. Namibia is the fourth-largest exporter of nonfuel minerals in Africa, the world's fifth-largest producer of uranium, and the...
Yes people are allowed to marry in Namibia.
That would depend on what you mean by nice. Namibia is a beautiful country, with lots of open spaces, as it is very sparsely populated. The people of Namibia are also very friendly. It also has a lot of influence from different cultures and has wonderful food and fresh produce. However, it is also a...
The Kalahari Desert and it spreads between three nations: Namibia, South Africa and Botswana
Namibia gained its independence from South Africa and joined theCommonwealth of Nations on the 21st of March 1990.
NO, Namibia won it's independence from South Africa in a war ending in 1990. It is now officially a country and as such is a member of UN and the African Union.
Windhoek, Namibia is 9,613 miles [15,470 kilometers; 8,353 nautical miles] from Seattle. It takes about 20 hours to fly from Seattle to Winhoek. Seattle is 8-10 hours behind Windoek. Both cities are on daylight saving time [DST]. But their start/end dates don't coincide. When they're both on...
Seattle, Washington is 8-10 hours behind Windhoek, Namibia. Both places are on daylight saving time [DST]. But their start/end dates don't coincide. When they're both on DST, Seattle is 9 hours behind Windhoek. When Seattle is on DST but Namibia is off, Seattle is only 8 hours behind. When Namibia...
No , their daylight saving time [DST] start/end dates don't coincide. DST starts in Seattle at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 14. DST ends at 2:00 am. on Sunday, November 7. In Windhoek DST ends at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 4. DST resumes there at 2:00 am. on Sunday, September 5.
Namibia IS the name of a country in Africa. That IS the current name.
The ending for Namibia is .na.
Directly east of Namibia is the country of Botswana. If, however, you follow the thin eastern corridor of Namibia that stretches over Namibia you will find that its ends touching northern Zimbabwe and southern Zambia.
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What makes you think it is? The answer is NO its time sharpen up on ur general knowledge!!
For its excellent infrastructure. Diverse cultures from San Bushman, Portuguese and German
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...
Direct democracy the citizens vote for what they want, in indirect democracy the representive is voted for and makes the decisions
Chad and Hungary are landlocked (meaning both countries dont have a coastline).
no, namibia is mostly desert
Well the two largest deserts are Namib and the Kalahari Both the Namib and Kalahari Deserts enter Namibia.
Yes, most are found in the north eastern side, especially the Caprivi Strip, and sightings has been recorded through Tsumeb, Waterberg and Omaruru areas.
very low compering to other countries..cancer is normal in namibia aint like other countries they think cancer is death
Yes, mostly along the coastline, on average about 310 nights per year, and often as far inland as 50km, sometimes up to 80km, and seldom up to 110km inland. Most vegetation in the Namib desert thrives on water condensed from the fog, as that area gets anything from 3 -15mm alongside the coast, and...
Wind actions, by deflation (upliftment, transportation and deposition of desert materials like sand and dust from one place to another).
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Zimbabwe is to rhodesia as namibia is to south west Africa
Namibian passports issued to Namibian citizens can be used forvisa-free travel to the following countries: South Africa,Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Jamaica, Hong Kong, Singapore, theUK, and many many other countries.
No. The West Coast of Namibia lies next to the Atlantic ocean.
depends where you are flying from in either countries and what you are flying in
no its a country in southern Africa
I believe you're thinking of the Goreangab Dam.
Angola is north of Namibia. Angola is the main country above Namibia. A part of Zambia is abovea small part of Namibia, but Angola would be the answer you arelooking for.
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That depends entirely on where you are leaving from.
Depends on your personal view: If you like untouched secluded landscapes: Sossusvlei. If you like wildlife and nature parks: Etosha. If you like culture: there are different traditional groups ALL over Namibia. If you like architecture: Mainly Swakopmund, Luderitz, but most cities as well as some...
The capital of Namibia is Windhoek.
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Name all country that is visa free or visa on arrival for namibian passport holder
countries in southern Africa
The reason was mostly boring politics. By colonizing Namibia, it kept Britain from securing a continuous stretch of Africa from the southern tip to the hammer part. It also gave Germany land in which to disturb England's territories while also striping Namibia of labor and resources. Mining natural...
Walvis Bay is the harbour city in central coastline of Namibia, located in south west africa.
There is a touch of danger in every city in the world.what you shoul'd be asking is how safe Windhoek is.Windhoek is a relatively safe place.the city is safeguarded by the government's police as well as the city municipality's city police.i would say that is enough safety for a population of less...
The Namib and the Kalahari
1990 - 2005 > Sam Nujoma 2006 - present > Hifikepunye Pohamba
The following countries are visa free for Namibians: Canada United States Cuba Brazil Iceland Ireland United Kingdom Portugal Spain Italy Austria Liechtenstein Switzerland France Luxembourg Belgium Netherlands Germany Denmark Norway Sweden Finland Russia Belarus Ukraine Moldova Armenia Azerbaijan...
First Germany, then South Africa.
the colours are black red and white.
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The southern coast (coastal desert) of Namibia is named the Diamond Coast due to the large amounts of diamond deposits offshore.
They drive on the left, as does most of Southern Africa.
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.
Namibia does not use zip codes