National Day

Heroes Day is celebrated in Namibia as a national day with a public holiday. It is known as Namibia Day in the United States. It is celebrated annually on August 26, the day commemorating the Namibian war of independence, which began on August 26, 1966 in the OMAGLUGH WOMBASHI on August 11, 1904. The Battle of Waterberg was the last battle of the Herero War. After the defeat of the Hero Force, the surviving Harris escapes in the presence of Samuel MAHAHIRO.

Who died in exile in Transvaal this year after his death on March 14, 1923, the southern administration of South West Africa would allow for his rebellion in OKANDJA, but he was unaware that it was remembered as a symbol of colonialism and a symbol of nationalism will be done.

National Anthem

Namibia is the national anthem of Namibia, adopted in December 1991. Written by AKSALI DOSIBE, director of a traditional music group based in the Kalahari Desert after Namibia’s liberation in 1990, after winning the competition, DOSIBE was selected to write this. Unofficially plays Namibia’s first national anthem, “Das Sid WESTERLADE.

After independence, “NKOSI SIKKELEI AFRIKA” is temporarily a national waiting to be adopted as a temporary national anthem, it was later decided that Namibia had a unique anthem. And a national competition was held to produce a new national anthem, won by AKSALI DOSIEB with “Namibia, the Land of the Brave” on the first anniversary of Namibia’s independence from South Africa in 1991. This song was first read at the ceremony.

Namibia’s national anthem was overseen by the then chairman of the National Symbols Subcommittee, HADOOP HAMUTANIYA. In 2006, HAMUTANIYA claimed that they wrote their own lyrics on a plane to Cuba.

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National Flag

After independence from South Africa on March 21, 1990, the Namibian flag was raised and adopted the same year. It listed six designs. It was restricted to three of the three named residents – Theo Jankowski of Rehoboth, Don Stevenson of Wind wick and ORROD Clay of LIDDERTZ. The three designs were jointly created to create the Namibian national flag, which was unanimously approved by the Constituent Assembly on February 2, 1990.

The three designers were publicly acknowledged by Judge Hans Barker, chairman of the subcommittee at the March 9, 1990 unveiling. However, two other claims were made as well – Frederick Brownell of South Africa has claimed that he the flag was drawn by the South African State Herald, the second contender was British Roy Allen, who claimed that the flag design was the result of a competition run by Hans Smith of the Wind wick Observer.

National Language

1990 Namibia was managed by South Africa, In which African, German and English would be equivalent to official languages. After Namibia’s independence in 1990, English was translated into the country’s only official language in the Namibian constitution. The most spoken languages ​​in the domestic language are the OSHIBO dialects, with 49% of the population, name DAMARA language 11. There are 10% of Africans, 9% in the KWANGO language and 9% in Herero.

Other native languages ​​include Bantu languages ​​Savannah, GEKRICO, FWAY, KOHNI, MBUKUSHU, Ye Yi and KHOSAN NARU, XX, King ACEOKA, KIXAUSIAM and KIXU. English, the official language, was spoken by 3% of people as their mother tongue. 4-5% of the total Portuguese population spoke, meaning 100,000 people, mostly from the Angola community in 2014.
The number of ANGOLAS in Namibia decreased from 2014 to 2015.
The economic crisis in the neighboring country affected that number. In the white population, 60% speak African, 32% German, 7% English, and 1% Portuguese

National Capital

Wind wick Wind HOEK, the town, is Namibia’s capital, located in the middle of the country. It is located at a height of 5,428 feet (1,654 meters) and is about 400 miles (650 km) north of the Orange River and 760 miles (1,225 km) north of Cape Town, South Africa. The dry lands have been inhabited since the earliest days of San, DAMARA, and NAMA. Around the fourteenth century, the displacement of the people of BUNTU began during the expansion of Bantu from Central Africa.

From the end of the 18th century, the Cape Colony and the people of ALAM crossed the Orange River to the area that today serves southern Namibia. Their confrontations with the nomads of the NAMA tribe led to massive peaceful protests. They welcomed the missionaries who came with OLAM, and OVRAM encountered the tribes of the Windhoek, GOBIS, and Ova HERRERO tribes of OHANDJA, who resisted their encroachments. The name war began in 1880, when the German Empire deployed its troops to the battlefields.

National Currency

Namibian Dollar is Namibian’s official currency that after the country’s independence in 1990, the dollar that was offered to replace the South African Rand in 1993 still comes in legal tender, because the Namibian dollar is a rand. Which is Namibian dollar (symbol: N $; code: NAD; Namibian currency since 1993. It is usually allocated with the dollar sign N $, or alternatively N other. Separates it with other dollar-denominated currencies it is divided into 100 cents. The dollar replaces the South African rand.

Which was the currency of the country when it was ruled by South Africa from 1920 to 1990 under South Africa Rand still plays legal tender, as the Namibian dollar was linked to the South African rand and can be exchanged locally on a one-to-one basis. Namibia also became part of the Common Monitor Area since independence in 1990, with the introduction of the dollar in 1993.

Initially, alternative names for the Namibian dollar, including the Namibian KALAHAR, were suggested, referring to the desert cavalry east of Namibia, which eventually settled on the name: Namibian Dollar. The first notes were first issued on September 15, 1993.

The Bank of Namibia issued the first note on September 15, 1993 and for the first time in December national coins were issued.

National Dress

OHORAKAWA’, a traditional hero costume, was created in colorful, vibrant patterns and in line with numerous petticoats. It has been creating a wide, structural skirt. Cow costumes were worn through a cap-shaped hat. Through the evolution of Victorian-style clothing culture, Namibian’s Herero women were proud of their identity and the symbolism of their troubled history of the nineteenth century holding a piece.

When the dress is worn by women, it is a constant reminder of the tribe’s troubled past and history, when the Germans wiped out almost the whole tribe. At the same time, genocide wiped out the rich people of Namibia. So their cultural attire was a constant protest against the Germans, who called them a rebellion of the fashion of their former rulers and made them guilty.

OHORAKAWA ‘ was in line with traditional hero costumes, colorful, vibrant patterns and numerous petticoats. It used to create a wide, structural skirt. The cow was dressed in a hat like a horn. Heroes, who have historically been cattle breeders, measure their wealth in cattle, and traditionally pay tribute to this part of their identity.

National Poet

MOLE or NINGULU in Namibia came to OHORAKAWA in northern Namibia and Shana in 1943. MAULA is a Namibian national poet. Since 1990 he has been a resident of the Namibian Press Agency. MULA or NINGOLO was one of Namibia’s first famed journalist outlets in ONIMONDI in 1943, and also worked for the European press.

That poem was published, and he became “Namibian National Poet.” He was not even the Minister for Information and Communication Technology Special Adviser. In 1995, he published “KISSINGS A Story Introduced” (with Tour SEISTROM), a part of the South African army in ANGAH, describing the massacre of people called SANKTOR in 1978. “Poetry Publications” (1976), “Submarine Ideas” (1991) and “Watering the Beloved Desert” (2008). The work included I Will Come Home to Brothers” (1985).

National Airlines

Air Namibia (PTI) Limited, which is referred to as Air Namibia for trade and the Namibian national airline, is headquartered in Windhoek. … As of December 2013, the carrier was wholly owned by the Namibian government. The air was exchanged in November 1946 with members of both the Air Namibia International Air Transport Association and the African Airline Association, on the list of Southwest Iron Transport (Swat). Then with the use of Ryan NAVYON aircraft, this carrier began working in 1949 to connect Wind wick to GROOT Phone.

Charter and cargo flights were also launched. In 1950, the company launched feeder services for South African Airways. Until 1958, there were seven Ryan Navigations and one De Waveland Dragon Rapid, which included service on the Route Network, including GROOTFONTEIN, SIMUME, OTJIWORONG, OUTJU, SOCO Mend, Wells Bay and Wind wick. Quote on March 26, 1959, by-side meeting with Swat AUREX Aviation, a small passenger airline that was listed three years ago that formed Southwest Airways (Africa: SUDVIS Loadings).

It was to receive membership in IT later this year. Two Cessna witnessed the purchase of 205 seconds, which was entered in December 1962. Finally replace the ship … Namibia, which became available as a charter airline in 1963, became a subsidiary of SUDVIS LODENS in 1966. In 1969, SAFARKIN was to acquire a 50% stake in SUDVIS, eventually raising the company’s quota to 85%.

In February 1970, four Piper Aztecs, one DEWELAND Canada DHC-2 Beaver, two Piper PA 28 Cherokee, one Cessna 182, one Cessna 205, one Cessna 206, one Cessna 402, three Douglas DCs, in the bed of the SUDAVIS . 3 and included them. Five Piper PA-30 Twin COMANCHES At the time, there were 45 employees in the carrier. [A Fairchild Hiller F-227 was acquired in 1974 and would then add 580 coats to the deal .The charter flights, which were deployed to Crater Phoenix and SIMUMBE, were performing.

National Museum

The Freedom Memorial Museum in Namibia is a historical museum located in Namibia’s Wind walk, focusing on anti-colonialism and the struggle for national independence. The Museum is a historic museum located on WAGABEE Avenue, designed by Robert MANSOUH Overseas Projects, a North Korean firm

The BANIA Freedom Memorial Museum is a historical museum located in Namibia’s Wind wick. The museum is located on Robert Mugabe Avenue and the museum was inaugurated on March 21, 2014, the 24th anniversary of the country’s independence, by President HAFIKPONI POHMAMBA. Also made The Sam NUJOMA sculpture sits on the site of a German-era RUTHERMAN horseback riding statue.

National Library

The Namibian National Library is the legal collection and copyright library for Namibia called B. This library is located in Wind wick. The library has its roots in the “BIBLIOTEC des CAESRLICAN GOVERMENT “, which belonged to the German Southwest government, was established in 1926 as the Library of the Legislative Assembly, the core of which was from the German colonial BIBLIOTEC des CAESARICAN Government.

It was resigned under the clerk of the Legislative Assembly and would receive professional guidance from the South African Librarian of the Parliament. It became the Library of the South West Africa (SWA) Administration in 1957, and, in 1960, the Department of Education assumed responsibility for the library.

National Stadium

Independence Stadium Namibia National Stadium was built in Windhoek. It has a space of 25,000 fans and is primarily used for football competitions. It was named after Sam Nu JUMA Stadium. This is a new and much smaller stadium, also located in Windhoek. The SIM NOJOMA Stadium (also known as Sam NOJOMA Soccer Stadium or SNSS) is a football stadium located in KUTOTURA, Windhoek, Namibia.

The stadium has held 10,300 and was completed in 2005. The Hedgehog Stadium is a rugby stadium in Windhoek, Namibia. It is named after Namibian President Hedge GANGOB. The stadium will have a capacity of 10,000. The stadium is commonly used by the Namibian National Rugby Union team, and VELVITSIAS is a participant in the Rugby Challenge.

It is named after Namibian President Hedge GANGOB. Stadium capacity 10 Back to 2000 This stadium is commonly used by the Namibian National Rugby Union team Which is located in the Africa Cup, and those participating in the Rabbi Challenge use .VELVETSIAS

National Game

Namibia’s national game is rugby. The present Wind walk was founded on October 18, 1890, when Van Francois laid the foundation stone of the fort, known as the Ultimate Fiesta. Over the next fourteen years, Wind wick has been progressing slowly, building only the much-needed public and private buildings.

They include sports, football, rugby union, cricket, golf and fishing in Namibia, as well as boxing. And athletics are also famous. Freedom Stadium is open in Windhoek, the home stadium for all national teams, while Sam NUJOMA Stadium in KOTTORA is occasionally in use.

National River

A twelve-year-old river in Namibia shares with its neighbors. They are used in Orange, Corner, Okavango, Zambezi and Chubby. Are each of these works is a national frontier with limited irrigation potential. In addition, their waters are only capable of enriching the extreme northern and southern regions. A stream is a large body of water that flows above the ground in a long stream. Most rivers begin at elevation in the mountains or hills.

The source of a stream can be a melting ice field or glacier (though in Namibia we usually see these 2 options being rejected), a spring or a flowing lake as a stream flows into its channel, Receives more water from rivers and other rivers and rains. It has a mouth at the end of a stream, where the water is empty in a large river, a lake or sea.

Rivers vary in size. Namibia has a lot of Landscape River, and some of them are small enough to go dry during hot, dry seasons as a result of unusual rainfall for many years. After a torrential downpour, this dry river becomes like boiling water, with which it rushes to the sea where they release their banana load.

The groundwater recharges the water supply from these floods, which makes it an important source of moisture for trees and animals during dry periods. In Namibia, the majority of rivers are intermittent, flowing for short rains, sometimes only after rains, after heavy rains

National Mountain

Brand Berg, also known as Mount Brand, Granite Massif and one of Namibia’s highest mountains it is located in the northeast desert. KENNIGSTEIN which feeds its highest peak (and the highest point in the country) reaches a height of more than 8,200 feet (2500 m).

Brandenburg is well known for its focus on prehistoric rock art, including its painters and painters, known as the White Lady. This area is also known for its rich biodiversity and numerous astronomical species. Large TONNES of reserves are found in nearby Us.

National Zoo

Zoo Park Although this leafy park was built as a public zoo until 1962, today it is basically a picnic spot and a shameful retreat for lunch office workers. This prehistoric event is named after the elephant column in the park, designed by Namibian sculptor Dart Burner.

It was an important place of social life in the city; the present park is a landmark and also has a pond, children’s playground and open theater. These remains were discovered in 1961 in which the elephant is known early in human history.

National Flower

Valencia MARABELIUS is a plant found in Namibia desert in Namibia and southern Angola. Named after Frederick WELWICH, who “discovered” this plant in 1859, some specimens are thought to be between 1000 and 1500 years old. The first European to explain the plant was the first European in 1859 in Angola.

He was so overwhelmed at the Welch plants that he couldn’t do anything other than kneel down, lest he be afraid to touch him. Use the description of this material and combine the material with the contents of the artist Thomas BYNES, who independently recorded the plant in Namibia.

National Tree

Quiver Tree One (KARKBAUM Wade in Africa) is a jungle and tourist attraction in southern Namibia. June 1, 1995 the forest is declared a Namibian National Monument. The upbeat tree is also known for its upside-down because the “leaves” look like some roots, and the Quiver Tree Forest (KARKBAUM Wade in Africa) is a jungle in southern Namibia and is a tourist attraction. It is located on Gray Farm, on the road on the summit of Kos, about 14 km northeast of Kerry MAINSHIP.

It is located about 250 to 250 miles north of the ALDENDRON dichotomy, a species known locally as the Quiver Tree (African COCKERBOOM) because Bushman has traditionally been known to rely on its branches. ۔ Use of the forest is unrestricted. The tall trees are two to three centuries old. On June 1, 1995, the forest became Namibia’s national monument.

The oblique tree also backs up to look upside down because the “leaves” look like some roots. This tree has a long history of beliefs that will be good for anyone who sees and nurtures this tree. Since diamonds are so abundant in Namibia, people say that if a tree is dug, they will find diamonds in their lives, but since these trees are good, no one wants to dig them. A natural interest for geologists (another area of ​​geographical tourist attraction) is the Theological Playground, a huge pile of large Dolores rocks.

National Bird

The Namibian national bird opens with a crimson breast (now called crimson breasted booboo), as its colors resemble the Imperial German flag. However, since this is no longer politically correct, the African fish eagle was now named Namibia’s national bird. It comes in a list of species of birds in Namibia. According to the Namibian Bird Records Committee (NBRC), as of May 31, 2017, a total of 676 certified species were included in Namibia’s AVIANA.

As of August 2019, 19 additional varieties have been added from LAIAGO Terra, out of the 695 certified species, one is a tuberculosis disease and four were introduced by humans. One or both sources classify 96 species as vigorous and 24 near illnesses. An additional 35 types are non-certified and are not included in the above.

This list is included in the Classification Treatment of Orders (Orders, Names and Arrangements of Families and Generations) and Names (English and Scientific Names) in the Birds’ World Clements Checklist, 2019 edition. Differences in common and scientific names between Clemens TECHONOMY and NBRC are frequent, but are rarely mentioned here. The following tags were used to highlight several types of events:

Vagrant – a species that is rarely or accidentally located in Namibia STANIKMARI- a native species for Namibia Near digesters – a species that comprises “90% or more of its population in Namibia,” according to the NBRC (I) Introduced – a species that has been introduced to Namibia as a result of human actions, directly or indirectly, and which has a self-sustaining population (U) Uncertified – Namibia has “species reported but no clear evidence is yet” according to NBRC

National Animal

Oryx was chosen as the Namibian national animal for its courage, beauty and pride AUREX is considered by some to be a very beautiful and amazing deer species James BOOKE’s are light gray to brown in color and light patches are visible at the bottom of the ramp. Their tail is long and black. A black stripe extends from the chin down to the lower edge of the neck, with the lower part of the shoulder and leg along the bottom of each side to the black side of the back leg.

They have muscular necks and shoulders and on the front of their legs are white ‘socks’ with black patches on the front of both legs, and both sexes have long, straight horns. Comparatively, East African auras do not have a deep patch on the tail, are less black on the legs (none on the obstacles), and lower black on the lower n. A very rare condition is the “Golden AUREX “, the black boxes have been muted, and now they look golden.

James Bock is the largest species in the ORCS. They stand about 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) on the shoulders. Body length can range from 190 to 240 cm (75 to 94 inches) and the tail varies from 45 to 90 cm (18 to 35 inches). Male males weigh between 180 and 240 kilograms (400 and 530 pounds), while females weigh 100-210 kilograms (220–460 pounds).

National Dish

In the north of Namibia, pop is made of expensive – pearl millet. Most staff members have taken ‘meat and pop’ as their favorite dish, which is a Namibian dish. Some people were aware of the details of OMBONGAS, red meat dishes and fish. In the current period, indigenous foods used to be used for fruits, nuts, bulbs, leaves and other products collected from forest plants.

And is from wild game hunting about two thousand years ago cattle farming in this area was used by dairy groups as a dairy product and enabled the availability of meat. However, the occupation of communal land in Namibia during the colonial period helped discourage traditional agriculture and reduced the available land available to indigenous peoples.

National Drink

Namibia is used as a Wind walk Lager (everyone’s drunk wine, the perfect ice-cold sun owner). OSHIKUNDO (a yeast tasting millet beer that is brewing and drunk the same day) Is Das PULSNER (light beer, considered to be a soft drink in Namibia and even a part of the breakfast menu). And could be parts of their national identity and image of themselves National drinks fall into two categories, alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages.

The national alcoholic beverage is sometimes straightened with alcohol (such as whiskey in Ireland), but it is most often an alcoholic beverage (such as CARIPERAINAS in Brazil) or beer or wine. Drink national drinks for a variety of reasons

B can be considered as:

It is a common beverage, made from a selection of locally available foods that can be prepared in specific ways, such as mango butter, which looks like using yogurt, traditional yogurt or fermented milk products, Beginning with the Indian subcontinent, it is usually made from cow’s milk. , And sometimes buffalo milk, or goat’s milk. B is included It contains a special ‘foreign’ ingredient that is locally produced and consumed. It is presented as a culinary tradition of the festival which is part of the cultural heritage. It is promoted as a national dish by the country itself. In some cases, it may be impossible for a particular country to decide on a national drink.

At least in the realm of food, ZULFIYA Jenner, a lecturer on Latin American culture at HOFSTRER University, says it is impossible for countries like Mexico, China or India to officially select a single national dish because of its diverse ethnicity. Happens Population and Cultures. On the other end of the spectrum, different countries sometimes look at their drinks like drinks (like PISCO sour in Peru and Chile).

The national drink will be ranked in the geo-political areas by replacing the five “regional groups” of the United Nations.

National Holidays

This is a list of holidays in Namibia

  1. January 1st New Year’s Day
  2. March 21 Independence Day
  3. Easter Sunday – 2D Good Friday
  4. Easter Sunday +1 D Easter Monday
  5. May 1st Workers’ Day
  6. May 4 CASSINGA Day
  7. Easter Sunday 39d Establishment
  8. May 25th Africa
  9. August 26th Heroes Day
  10. December 10 Human Rights Day
  11. December 25 Christmas Day
  12. Happy December 26th

National Income

Namibia’s economy opens up the modern market segment, which forms the countries most wealthy and traditional livelihood sector. Although the majority of the population is engaged in agriculture and herding, Namibia has more than 200,000 skilled workers and sufficiently trained professionals and administrators.

Namibia is a median middle-income country with an estimated GDP of $ 5,828 per capita per year, but there are extreme inequalities in income distribution and living standards. … The country’s most formal economy is based on capital-based industry and farming.


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