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Republic of Namibia

Republic of Namibia

Political Economy Summary

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Editorials

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PESA Editorial - Namibia - 1Q2017/18
In 2014 Namibia’s biggest exports where diamonds, Uranium, copper cathodes and fish. While most of its imported goods where from South Africa, which were worth ...
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PESA Editorial - Namibia - 1Q2017/18
The Republic of Namibia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world with a total populations of just over 2.3 million and ...
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Media

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PESA Power987 Interview
Interview analysing the government of Namibia's decision to remain within the Common Monetary Area and retain the exchange rate peg between the NAD and ZAR ...
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PESA Power987 Interview
Interview about the Namibian Central Bank announcement that the economy will exit its recession in 2018. The interview discusses the prospects of Namibia exiting its ...
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PESA CNBC Africa Interviews
Interview about the role of Fidel Castro in African politics and the apparent contemporary contradiction in his legacy. A reflection on the socialist struggle in ...
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Namibia Geographic Location
Geographic Location

The Namibian landscape consists generally of five geographical areas, each with characteristic abiotic conditions and vegetation. There is some variation within, and overlap between, the geographic areas, namely the Central Plateau, the Namib Desert, the Great Escarpment, the Bushveld, and the Kalahari Desert.

Namibian Cities
Namibian Cities
Namibian Coat Arms
Coat of Arms

The Namibian coat of arms is the official heraldic symbol of Namibia. Introduced at the time of independence in 1990, it superseded the earlier coat of arms used by the South African administration of the territory.

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