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Republic of Namibia
Flag Coat of arms
Anthem: "Namibia, Land of the Brave"
Location of Namibia within the African Union
Location of Namibia within the African Union
and largest city
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Official languages English
Recognised regional languages Herero, Rukwangali, Silozi, Setswana, Damara/Nama, Afrikaans, German, Oshiwambo
Demonym Namibian
Government Republic
 •  President Hifikepunye Pohamba
 •  Prime Minister Nahas Angula
 •  Chairperson of the National Council Asser Kuveri Kapere
 •  Speaker of the National Assembly Theo-Ben Gurirab
 •  Chief Justice Peter Shivute
Legislature Parliament
 •  Upper house National Council
 •  Lower house National Assembly
Independence from South Africa
 •  Date 21 March 1990 
 •  Total 825,418 km2 (34th)
318,696 sq mi
 •  Water (%) negligible
 •  2009 estimate 2,108,665[1] (142nd)
 •  2008 census 2,088,669
 •  Density 2.5/km2 (235th)
6.6/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2010 estimate
 •  Total $14.596 billion[2]
 •  Per capita $6,952[2]
GDP (nominal) 2010 estimate
 •  Total $11.865 billion[2]
 •  Per capita $5,651[2]
Gini (2003)70.7[1]
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HDI (2010)Increase 0.606[3]
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Currency Namibian dollar (NAD)
Time zone WAT (UTC+1)
 •  Summer (DST) WAST (UTC+2)
Drives on the left
Calling code +264
Internet TLD .na

Namibia, officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in southern Africa on the Atlantic coast.


Namibia 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). It is named after the Namib Desert.

Racial and Cultural Situation

Namibia is the only country on Earth in which the Khoisan race (Capoids) using their traditional speech and culture, are still a significant share of the population. Even here, they only represent 1/6th of the unmixed "black" population.

Of the 2.1 million residents of Namibia[4],

  • 125,000 Whites (of primarily Afrikaaner(?) stock)
  • 135,000 Mulattos
    • 45,000 Baster tribe (similar to South-Africa's "Cape Coloureds")
    • 90,000 Tribeless mulattos
  • 1.48 million of Negroid race and Bantu speech
    • 1,050,000 Ovambo tribe
    • 189,000 Kavangos tribe
    • 140,000 Herero tribe
    • 85,000 Caprivian tribe
    • 11,000 Tswana tribe
  • 345,000 of Capoid race and Khoisan speech
    • 105,000 Nama (KhoiKhoi) tribe
    • 65,000 San-Bushmen
    • 15,000 Hailom tribe
    • 20,000(?) Total all other Khoisan tribes (most are too small to survive the present century)
    • 140,000 Damara tribe [of Khoisan speech, but only predominantly-Capoid by race with significant Negroid admixture]

NOTE: The Capoid racial strain also survives in diluted form in certain adjoining tribes. Centuries of proximity caused certain tribes of Bantu speech to absorb Khoisan racial elements. As such, some of the Bantu tribes have varying degrees of Khoisan admxixture. The most notable mixed tribes are Nelson Mandela's Xhosa and to a lesser extent the Zulu.


The region of Namibia was originally settled by Bushmen hunter-gatherers, with the related Khoikhoi arriving later. (Both are of Capoid race -- are often grouped together as the "Khoisan"). Bantus of Negroid race arrived only in the past millenium. (See Bantu Expansion).

In the late 1800s, Namibia became a German colony. It was seized by the British Empire in 1919, and eventually annexed by the Republic of South Africa. It gained independence from South Africa in 1990.

International Standing

Namibia is a member state of the United Nations (UN), the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), and the Commonwealth of Nations.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Central Intelligence Agency (2009). "Namibia". The World Factbook. Retrieved January 23, 2010. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Namibia". International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 2011-04-21. 
  3. "Human Development Report 2010" (PDF). United Nations. 2010. Retrieved 5 November 2010. 
  4. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2075.html?countryName=Namibia&countryCode=wa&regionCode=af&#wa and www.ethnologue.com
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