One of the youngest nations in the world, Namibia sits on the south western coast of the African continent, facing the South Atlantic ocean. It shares its borders with four neighbours, South Africa (967km) to the south, Angola (1,376km) to the north, Botswana (1,360km) to the east, and Zambia (233km) north of the Caprivi region that juts deep inland. Boasting a population of just 2.1 million, it has the 3rd lowest population density on earth, behind Greenland and Mongolia.
I want to comment on issues related to Statistics and Databases being administered by foreigners as it seem that they use methods not relevant to our country. e.g. using a method of collecting data of unemployed youth needing financial assistance under the said title, might not be relevant in an Agricultural means of survival. Those said group might be financially sustainable due to income generated from their produce even when the market might be undermined by most foreigners. Herds of cattle feeds many and a figure estimating how many people can survive from it will be of no relevance. Please encourage Namibians to be involved in rendering such services; as some issues need country's history to reflect a reliable statistical representation.
amy april 1st June 2010
Namibia is the bast country ever to live in, its peacefull, mwaah we love you
maggie 17th May 2010
Namibia, land of gems
Paul Brinkmann 8th October 2009
Not sure about your Windhoek inhabitants statistics