. The party was led by Patrick Mufalo Limbo. The '''Bank Cormorant''' (''Phalacrocorax neglectus''), also known as '''Wahlberg's Cormorant''' is a medium-sized cormorant that is endemic (endemic (ecology)) to Namibia and the western seaboard of South Africa, living in and around coastal waters; it is rarely recorded more than 15 km offshore. + The '''Bank Cormorant''', ''Phalacrocorax neglectus'', also known as '''Wahlberg's Cormorant''' is a large species of cormorant
km offshore. + The '''Bank Cormorant''', ''Phalacrocorax neglectus'', also known as '''Wahlberg's Cormorant''' is a large species of cormorant that is endemic (endemic (ecology)) to Namibia and the western seaboard of South Africa, living in and around coastal waters; it is rarely recorded more than 15 km offshore. Namibia ''' Khauxa!nas''' was a wall construct in southeastern Namibia built by Oorlam (Khoi). Its perimeter was 700 meters
'' with the Justice Department (United States Department of Justice). In apparent support of the politicians' denial, a former member of SA's Directorate of Military Intelligence, Major Craig Williamson, told ''Newsday'' that ''Operation Babushka'' was designed so that the people it recruited would be unaware of the foreign funding — they would simply be reinforcing their own principled views on South Africa and the ANC. But, in relation to Jack Abramoff — who produced a South African-funded
in Swakopmund was founded in 1974, and operates still today from Swakopmund Airport. Media Although Namibia's population is fairly small, the country has a diverse choice of media; two TV stations, 19 radio stations (without counting community stations), 5 daily newspapers, several weeklies and special publications compete for the attention of the audience. Additionally, a mentionable amount of foreign media, especially South African, is available. Online media are mostly based on print publication contents. Namibia has a state-owned Press Agency, called NAMPA (Namibia Press Agency). Rothe, Andreas (2010): Media System and News Selection in Namibia. p. 14-96 The first newspaper in Namibia was the German-language ''Windhoeker Anzeiger'', founded 1898. Radio was introduced in 1969, TV in 1981. During German rule, the newspapers mainly reflected the living reality and the view of the white German-speaking minority. The black majority was ignored or depicted as a threat. During South African rule, the white bias continued, with mentionable influence of the Pretoria government on the "South West African" media system. Independent newspapers were seen as a menace to the existing order, critical journalists threatened. von Nahmen, Carsten (2001): Deutschsprachige Medien in Namibia Links, Frederico (2006): We write what we like: The role of independent print media and independent reporting in Namibia The daily newspapers include the private publications The Namibian (English and other languages), Die Republikein (Afrikaans), Allgemeine Zeitung (Allgemeine Zeitung (Namibia)) (German) and Namibian Sun (English) as well as the state-owned New Era (New Era (Namibia)) (multiligual). Except for the largest newspaper, The Namibian, which is owned by a trust, the other mentioned private newspapers are part of the Democratic Media Holdings. Other mentionable newspapers are the tabloid Informanté owned by TrustCo (Trustco Group Holdings), the weekly Windhoek Observer, the weekly Namibia Economist, as well as the regional Namib Times. Current affairs magazines include Insight Namibia, Vision2030 Focus magazine, Prime FOCUS .Sister Namibia Magazine stands out as the longest running NGO magazine in Namibia, while Namibia Sport is the only national sport magazine. Furthermore, the print market is complemented with party publications, student newspapers and PR publications. The broadcasting sector is dominated by the state-run Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC). The public broadcaster (public broadcasting) offers a TV station as well as a "National Radio" in English and nine language services in locally spoken languages. The nine private radio stations in the country are mainly English-language channels, except for Radio Omulunga (Oshiwambo) and Kosmos 94.1 (Afrikaans). Privately held One Africa TV (One Africa Television) has competed with NBC since the 2000s. One Africa Television. oneafrica.tv. 25 May 2010 Compared to neighbouring countries, Namibia has a large degree of media freedom. Over the past years, the country usually ranked in the upper quarter of the Press Freedom Index of Reporters without Borders, reaching position 21 in 2010, being on par with Canada and the best-positioned African country. Press Freedom Index 2010 – Reporters Without Borders. En.rsf.org. Retrieved on 12 December 2012. The African Media Barometer shows similarly positive results.
be distinguished from ixodid ticks (Ixodidae) and argasid ticks (Argasidae) by a combination of characters including the position of the stigmata, lack of setae, strongly corrugated integument, and form of the fenestrated plates. Roshdy ''et al.'' (1983) (#Roshdy) The '''Orange River''' (Afrikaans Dutch (Dutch language): '''Oranjerivier'''), '''Gariep River''', '''Groote River''' or '''Senqu River''' is the longest river in South Africa. It rises in the Drakensberg
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, it's an ostrich plume, a justified triumph. Similarly, critics cited Suriya's performance as "outstanding" and claimed that the film "works because of his performance", whilst other reviewers claimed the film was an "out and out Suriya show".
these political units were a reflection of ethnic cleavages that slowly developed among the Bantu populations, and were instrumental in consolidating these cleavages and fostering the emergence of new and distinct social identities. President Neto died from inoperable cancer in Moscow on September 10, 1979. The MPLA declared 45 days of mourning. The government held his
Democratic Organisation''' was a political party in Namibia, based amongst the Damara (Damara (people)) people. It was founded in 1970.
, and several other companies are studying its feasibility. Dabengwa is a useful all-rounder who made his First class (First class cricket) debut for Matabeleland in 2000, taking 5 for 76, he then spent a season at the CFX Academy being named student of the year before returning to Matabeleland. He continued steadily without many spectacular performances but in 2004 05 he got selected in Zimbabwe A squad for their tours of Namibia and Bangladesh. In the first match against Bangladesh A he took 5-19 and scored 50*. Species in the genus ''Enteroctopus'' are restricted to the temperate areas of the Northern (Northern Hemisphere) and Southern Hemispheres. ''E. dofleini'' is the only member of the genus found in the Northern Hemisphere and also the most widely distributed, occurring from San Diego (San Diego, California), California along the North Pacific Rim to Japan, including the Okhotsk (Sea of Okhotsk) and Bering Seas. The other three species are found in the Southern Hemisphere; ''E. megalocyathus'' occurs on the southeastern coast of South America, CephBase: Countries' Exclusive Economic Zones with ''Enteroctopus megalocyathus'' ''E. magnificus'' on the southwestern coast of Africa from Namibia to Port Elizabeth (Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape), South Africa, and ''E. zealandicus'' in temperate New Zealand. In 2006, Comverse was involved in an options backdating scandal. Alexander and two other top executives were charged in the US with multiple counts of conspiracy, fraud, money laundering and making false filings. Alexander fled the country to Namibia where he has been fighting extradition ever since. The scandal proved difficult for Comverse Technology to recover from; the company was delisted from Nasdaq, removed from the S&P 500, and spent the next several years consumed by the costly need to restate its financial reports for several years. Additionally affected by the financial crisis of 2008 and on (Financial crisis (2007–present)) and changes in the mobile phone market, the company underwent several rounds of large-scale layoffs and sold off parts of its business. By 2011 there were signs that the company was poised for a turnaround. By then, Alexander had already fled the country and was classified a wanted fugitive in August 2006 by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation. On 27 September 2006, he was arrested in Namibia after hiding in Windhoek with his family, where he had bought a house at a country club. If extradited to the US and convicted, he faced 25 years in prison.
'''Namibia''' ), and formerly South West Africa, is a country in southern Africa whose western border is the Atlantic Ocean. It shares land borders with Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east. Although it does not border Zimbabwe, less than 200 metres of riverbed (essentially the Zambia Botswana border) separates them at their closest points. It gained independence from South Africa on 21 March 1990, following the Namibian War of Independence. Its capital and largest city is Windhoek. Namibia is a member state of the United Nations (UN), the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), and the Commonwealth of Nations.
The dry lands of Namibia were inhabited since early times by San (San people), Damara (Damara (people)), and Namaqua (Nama people), and since about the 14th century AD by immigrating Bantu (Bantu peoples) who came with the Bantu expansion. Most of the territory became a German Imperial (German Empire) protectorate in 1884 and remained a German colony until the end of World War I. In 1920, the League of Nations mandated the country to South Africa, which imposed its laws and, from 1948, its apartheid (South Africa under apartheid) policy. The port of Walvis Bay and the offshore Penguin Islands had been annexed by the Cape Colony (British Cape Colony) under the British crown by 1878 and had become an integral part of the new Union of South Africa at its creation in 1910.
Uprisings and demands by African leaders led the UN to assume direct responsibility over the territory. It recognised the South West Africa People's Organisation (SWAPO) (SWAPO) as the official representative of the Namibian people in 1973. Namibia, however, remained under South African administration during this time as South-West Africa. Following internal violence, South Africa installed an interim administration in Namibia in 1985. Namibia obtained full independence from South Africa in 1990, with the exception of Walvis Bay and the Penguin Islands, which remained under South African control until 1994.
Namibia has a population of 2.1 million people and a stable multi-party (Multi-party system) parliamentary democracy. Agriculture, herding, tourism (Tourism in Namibia) and the mining industry (Mineral industry of Namibia) – including mining for gem diamonds, uranium (Uranium mining), gold (Gold mining), silver (Silver mining), and base metals – form the basis of Namibia's economy (Economy of Namibia). Given the presence of the arid Namib Desert, it is one of the least densely populated (List of sovereign states and dependent territories by population density) countries in the world. Namibia enjoys high political, economic and social stability.