Tagged: Namibia

Namibia, situated in southwestern Africa, is a vast and sparsely populated country known for its diverse landscapes, wildlife, and a complex political history. Governed as a presidential representative democratic republic, Namibia’s political landscape includes major parties such as the South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO), the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), and the Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP). The nation gained independence from South African administration in 1990, following years of struggle against apartheid rule. Namibia’s political stability and commitment to democratic governance have contributed to its economic growth, which relies on mining, agriculture, and tourism. The country’s stunning natural attractions, including the Namib Desert and Etosha National Park, make it a popular destination for ecotourism. Namibia’s cultural heritage is rich and diverse, with traditions of various ethnic groups, including the Himba and San communities. While Namibia has made strides in economic development and conservation efforts, challenges such as income inequality, land reform, and the impacts of climate change persist. Namibia actively engages in regional organizations such as the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and contributes to peacekeeping missions. As Namibia navigates its path toward sustainable development, it grapples with the complexities of balancing economic growth, environmental conservation, and addressing historical legacies, emphasizing the importance of inclusive governance and socio-economic progress in shaping its future within the African continent. INTERSHIPPINGRATES: Features democracy and rights of Namibia.

Namibia Population 2014

Namibia 2014

Yearbook 2014 Namibia. A total of 16 parties and nine presidential candidates ran in the parliamentary and presidential elections held November 28. According to Countryaah.com, Namibia population in 2020 is estimated at 2,540,916. An...