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What is the meaning of Katima Mulilo?
Lying on the River Zambezi, the town was founded by the British in 1935 and given a name derived from Silozi words meaning ‘Quenching the Fire‘, a reference to rapids close by…. …
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Why does Namibia have the Caprivi Strip?
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Who owns the Caprivi Strip?
What is the name of the border between Namibia and Botswana?
How many different deserts are there in Namibia?
How do the people from Caprivi make money?
Does Namibia share a border with Zimbabwe?
It actually consists of two border triangles, located in close proximity of each other. One is the border triangle of Botswana – Namibia-Zambia and the other one – only 100 meters away – is Zambia-Botswana-Zimbabwe.
Does Botswana border Angola?
What is the name of the border between Namibia and Angola?
Why was Caprivi strip created?
Like many African places, the Caprivi Strip was a colonial fabrication, an attempt by the Germans who controlled what was then called Deutsch-Südwestafrika (German Southwest Africa) to establish an overland link with their Tanganyika colony via the Zambezi River.
Where is the Katima Mulilo Bridge located?
What language is spoken in Namibia?
When did South Africa take over Namibia?
What is the name of the border between Namibia and South Africa?
Is English widely spoken in Namibia?
As mentioned above, English is the official language of Namibia. However, the language is spoken by less than 1% of the population of the country as their native language. 4% to 5% of the population, mainly the Angolan community, speak Portuguese.
Is German still spoken in Namibia?
German language in Namibia.