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A simple insight on the ethnic people in Namibia

Namibia was originally inhabited by nomadic hunters, gatherers, and pastoralists (livestock herders), the ancestors of today's Bushman and Khoi-speaking people. Agriculturalists and pastoralists speaking Bantu languages, such as the Owambo and Herero, arrived in the fifteenth through seventeenth centuries and...

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Namibia’s Skeleton Coast

Skeleton Coast Namibia, the world’s largest ship cemetery: Portuguese sailors referred to as it the "Gates of Hell." Namibia's Bushmen speak of the land God created in anger. From the air, the awful boundary of the Skeleton Coast appearance howling -- a deep inexperienced ocean, fringed with surf, breaks over a shore...

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The Bushmen (San people)
Namibia Bushman (San) Society

The Bushmen (San people) The indigenous people of Southern Africa, whose territory spans most areas of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Mozambique, Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, and Angola, are variously referred to as Bushmen, San, Sho, Basarwa, Kung, or Khwe (see the...

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