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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.
The national language of Namibia is English, so "welcome".
well i think that they chose a specific location because some of the other locations dont have as much qualities than other locations.The empire is based on many talents and maybe the other locations didnt have as many of those things.
By forming sounds with one's tounge and lips and combing it with hand gestures. Pretty much like any where else in the world.
Yes, it is a hot country. There are deserts in Namibia.
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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.
a airplane or a boat
After the Namib Desert, Namib meaning dry and arid.
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
I don't know but that is what I am trying to find out. I think it  is the camel thorn tree or acacia.
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...
Namibia IS the name of a country in Africa. That IS the current name.
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.
== 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...
Direct democracy the citizens vote for what they want, in indirect democracy the representive is voted for and makes the decisions
Yes, most are found in the north eastern side, especially the Caprivi Strip, and sightings has been recorded through Tsumeb, Waterberg and Omaruru areas.
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...
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Official Language is English.
  No. The West Coast of Namibia lies next to the Atlantic ocean.
no its a country in southern Africa
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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.
22.51 (births per 1000 persons)...
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Name all country that is visa free or visa on arrival for namibian passport holder
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...
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First Germany, then South 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.
Short for "Making The Connection" - a local cellphone service provider.
Namibia deliver now approx. 10 % from the total world production (fourth place).
Namibia and Botswana are separate countries that border each other.
Namibia is the country in which the Namib Desert is located. The Namib desert stretches all along the coastline from the south of Namibia, right through into the very southern part of Angola. It starts right from the coastline until about 140 km inland.
In the line of tropic of Capricorn with Atlantic ocean on the west,Angola in north,Botswana on east and south Africa in the south between approx 25 oE 11oE 210N 29oS.
Namibia was made the protectorate of German South West Africa in1884. In 1920, it was mandated to South Africa by the League ofNations and became known as South West Africa.
It was called South West Africa previously.
Tourist attractions like Sossusvlei, Etosha, Fish River Canyon and Swakopmund.
This depends on the circumstances: If you like to catch and handle snakes: the Black Mamba wins, as it's venom is most potent. This snake is also aggressive, but as with most snakes, it's first reaction is to get away. When it tries to escape, and is confronted, this is when it starts to defend...
Namibia is not in a country. Namibia is a country.
Perez de Cuellar the Peruvian uUN secretary general between 1982-1991 helped secure Namibia independence in 1989
Text quoted from "visitingnamibia" with permission of the author. OUR AVERAGE WEATHER TEMPERATURES ranges from -2C to +26C in winter, +22C to +38C in summer. It also depends if you are in the Caprivi or in Sossusvlei, and our biggest winter weather change factor are the cold fronts coming from the...
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18years of age and older.
The Republic of Nambia has a total area of 318,696 square miles.
Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba was the President of Namibia in 2010. Pohamba became the second President of Namibia on 2005 March 21, and was re-elected in 2009 for another 5-year term.
Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba was the President of Namibia in 2009. Pohamba became the second President of Namibia on 2005 March 21, and was re-elected in 2009 for another 5-year term. .
Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba was the President of Namibia in 2008. Pohamba became the second President of Namibia on 2005 March 21, and was re-elected in 2009 for another 5-year term. .
Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba was the President of Namibia in 2007. Pohamba became the second President of Namibia on 2005 March 21, and was re-elected in 2009 for another 5-year term. .
Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba was the President of Namibia in 2006. Pohamba became the second President of Namibia on 2005 March 21, and was re-elected in 2009 for another 5-year term. .
Former Rossing Uranium Managing Director Linus Eliaser Amulungu. Who were paid N$ 1 200 000,00 per month and earns N$ 18 000 000,00 a year. It is suspected that his 4th son named Ndinomuwa Eliaser well knows ``Skiller``as a family name, is in a list of the Top 20 Richest people in Namibia, as he...
21 March 1990 after the Namibian War of Independence.
The official language is English.
Germany and then South Africa.
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Official months: from June to August, mid July until mid August being the coldest. Temperatures down to -4C in the night in areas affected by cold fronts, these fronts last for about 2-4 days, then some warmer days, until next cold front arrives. South of Namibia gets very occasional snow near Aus ...
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not so sure about it but i think he is number 3 on the list. but still in need of a friend to help me with the right answer.