NAMÍBIA NAMIBIA NAMIBIË

Vocês viram que há pouco mais de um mês eu instalei um aplicativo que verifica de que lugares do mundo vêm os visitantes desse blog? É o último item desse menu que vocês veem à direita. Basta clicar no mapa (ou aqui) para vê-lo em tamanho maior.

Poupando-lhes trabalho, aqui vai o mapa:

A maior concentração é no Brasil, obviamente. Dos Estados Unidos, países europeus, Japão e Austrália vêm quase todas as demais visitas. Mas vamos falar de África.

Da África, tenho apenas quatro visitas: duas de Angola e duas de Cabo Verde. O que não é um absurdo, visto que estes são dois dos seis países africanos que falam português (os demais são Guiné-Bissau, Guiné Equatorial, Moçambique e São Tomé e Principe).

Pois acabo de criar um desafio para mim: QUERO UM VISITANTE DA NAMÍBIA. Escolhi um país de baixa popularidade, que talvez só seja mais conhecido mundialmente por causa do corredor Frankie Fredericks.

Abaixo, escrevi um monte de baboseiras relacionadas a esportes, política, educação, geografia e cultura da Namíbia para tentar atrair algum namibiano (ou namíbio) pelo GOOGLE. Vocês, brasileiros, ignorem. Se eu futuramente tiver algum visitante da Namíbia, escrevo um post novo para avisá-los.

Republic of Namibia
Republiek van Namibië
Republik Namibia

Motto: Unity, Liberty, Justice
Anthem: “Namibia, Land of the Brave”
Capital (and largest city) Windhoek
22°34.2′S 17°5.167′E
Official language(s) English
Recognised regional languages HereroRukwangali Silozi Setswana Damara/Nama Afrikans German Oshiwambo
Government Republic
President Hifikepunye Pohamba
Prime Minister Nahas Angula
Chairperson of the National Council Asser Kuveri Kapere
Speaker of the National Assembly Theo-Ben Gurirab
Chief Justice Peter Shivute

English: Flag of Namibia
Afrikaans: Vlag van Namibië
Deutsch: Flagge Namibias
Setswana: Folaga la Namibia
isiXhosa: iFulegi laseNamibia
Esperanto: Flago de Namibio

Independence from South Africa
Date 21 March 1990
Area Total 825,418 km2 318,696 sq mi
Population 2009 estimate 2,108,665[1] (142nd)
2008 census 2,088,669
Density 2.5/km2 (235th) 6.6/sq mi
Currency Namibian dollar (NAD)
Time zone WAT (UTC+1) Summer (DST) WAST (UTC+2)
Internet TLD .na
Calling code +264

The name of the country is derived from the Namib Desert, considered to be the oldest desert in the world. The dry lands of Namibia were inhabited since early times by Bushmen, Damara, Namaqua, and since about the 14th century AD, by immigrating Bantu who came with the Bantu expansion from central Africa. he first Europeans to disembark and explore the region were the Portuguese navigators Diogo Cão in 1485 and Bartolomeu Dias in 1486; still the region was not claimed by the Portuguese crown. In response to the 1966 ruling by the International Court of Justice, South-West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO) military wing, People’s Liberation Army of Namibia, a guerrilla group began their armed struggle for independence,[13] but it was not until 1988 that South Africa agreed to end its occupation of Namibia, in accordance with a United Nations peace plan for the entire region.

Hifikepunye Pohamba SWAPO
Hidipo Hamutenya RDP
Katuutire Kaura Democratic Turnhalle Alliance
Kuaima Riruako NUDO
Justus Garoëb United Democratic Front
Ignatius Shixwameni All People’s Party
Henry Mudge Republican Party
Benjamin Ulenga Congress of Democrats
Usutuaije Maamberua SWANU
David Isaacs Democratic Party of Namibia
Frans Goagoseb Namibian Democratic Movement for Change
Attie Beukes Communist Party of Namibia

Namibia is member of ACP, AfDB, C, ECA, FAO, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICCt, ICFTU, ICRM, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM (observer), ISO (correspondent), ITU, NAM, OAU, OPCW, SACU, SADC, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNMEE, UPU, WCL, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTrO

Namibia has many prominent National Parks, the oldest, most visited and best known is Etosha Pan. Other national parks in Namibia are: Namib-Naukluft, Skeleton Coast, Ai-Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park with Fish River Canyon and Ai-Ais Hot Springs, Waterberg Plateau Park.

The most widely spoken languages are Oshiwambo dialects, by 48% of the population, the Khoekhoe language by 11%, Afrikaans by 11%, Kwangali language by 10% and Herero by 10%.[2] Other native languages include the Bantu languages Tswana, Gciriku, Fwe, Kuhane, Mbukushu, Yeyi; and the Khoisan Naro, ǃXóõ, Kung-Ekoka, ǂKxʼauǁʼein and Kxoe.[3] English, the official language, is spoken by less than 1% of people as their native language. Among the white population, 60% speak Afrikaans, 32% German, 7% English, and 1% Portuguese.

This is a list of schools in Namibia: AA Denk Gedenkskool A. Shipena Secondary School All Nations Christian School Amazing Kids Private School Ambunda Primary School Amakali Combined School Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Senior Secondary School Anna Maasdorp Primary School Arandis Primary School Ashipala Junior Secondary School Augustineum Secondary School Auuns Primary School Dawid Bezuidenhout High School Beenbreck Primary School Bet-hel Primary School Blouberg Primary School Bloukrans Primary School Braunfels Secondary School C. Spellmeyer Junior Secondary School Caprivi Secondary School Centaurus Secondary School Chief Katako Primary School Chinchimane Combined School Concordia College (Namibia) Constantia Private School Cornelius Goreseb Secondary School Cosmos Highschool Dagbreek Centre David Sheehama Secondary School De Duine Secondary School Delta Secondary School Windhoek Delta School Windhoek (DSW) Deutsche Höhere Privatschule Windhoek (DHPS) Deutscher Schulverein Otjiwarongo Diaz Junior Secondary School Diaz School Dibasen Junior Secondary School Divundu Combined School Donats School Otjiwarongo Dordabis Primary School Ebenhaeser Primary School Eddie Bowe Primary School Endombe Combined School Eenhana School E. Garoeb Primary School Ehomba School Elamba Combined School ELCIN Nkurenkuru High School Ella du Plessis High School Elondo Primary School Emma Hoogenhout Primary School est 1900 Emma H. Greef Primary School Empelheim High school Epako Junior Secondary School Epukiro Post 3 Junior Secondary School Eros School for Girls Eros Primary School Erundu Secondary School Etalaleko Secondary School Ekulo SSS Etanga School Etosha Highschool Tsumeb Frans Frederik Primary School Gabriel Taapopi SSS, Oshana Region[1] Gam Primary School Gammams Primary School Gobabis Primary School Gqaina Primary School Groot-Aub Junior Primary School Grootberg Primary School Erwee Grootfontein Secondary School Haimbili Haufiku Senior Secondary School near Eenhana, Ohangwena Region[1] Hans Daniel SSS Helen Van Rhijn Primary School High School P.K. De Villiers High Technical School Windhoek Hochland High School Holy Cross Convent School Windhoek est 1906 I. Shifidi Secondary School Iipumbu SSS Imakusi School International School of Walvis Bay Isak Buys Primary School Isize Junior Secondary School Jan Jonker Afrikaner School Jan Möhr Secondary School Junior Secondary School H Vedder Junior Secondary School PJ Tsaitsaib Kamwandi Primary School Karibib Junior Secondary school Karibib Primary School Karibib Private School Katima Primary School Keendawala Combined School Khomas High School Klein Aub Boys School Klein Aub Primary School Kuisebmond Secondary School, Walvis Bay Linus Shashipapo Secondary School (Kavango Region)[2] Martin Luther High School Mbongolo Primary School Mphe Thuto Primary School Morukutu Primary School Mwaala Nashilongo High School Mwadinomho Combined School Mweshipandeka High School Nambula Combined School Namib High School Negumbo Senior Secondary School Nehale Senior Secondary School Noordgrens Sekondere Olupaka Combined School Omaruru Primary School Omuhaturua Primary School Omutse Combined School Okakarara Secondary School Okathitu Combined School Onaholongo Combined school Onakaheke Combined School Onangholo Combined school Onashitendo Primary School Ondeihaluka Combined School Onderombua Primary School Ongha Senior Secondary School Oniiwe Primary School Onguti Senior Secondary School Ongolo Combined School OOshakati Senior Secondary School Oshali West Combined School Oshigambo High School Oshilemba Combined School Otjiwarongo Secondary School, Otjiwarongo, Otjozondjupa Region[3] Outjo Secondary School Peoples Primary School Petrus Vries Primary School, Khauxas, Hardap Region[4] Pionier Boys’ School, Windhoek, Khomas Region[5] Rocky Crest High School Reverend Juuso Shikongo Secondary School Romanus Kamunoko Senior Secondary School Ruacana Vocational High School Rundu Secondary School (RSS) Shaanika Nashilongo Secondary School Shikongo Iipinge Senior Secondary School, Tsandi, Omusati Region[6] St. Andrews Primary School St Boniface College (SBC), Kavango Region[1] St George’s Diocesan College St George’s Diocesan Preparatory School St. Paul’s College Suiderhof Primary School Swakopmund Christian Academy Tsandi Primary School Uuyoka Combined School Uukule Secondary school Waldorf School Windhoek Wennie Du Plessis Secondary School, Gobabis, Omaheke Region[1] Willem Borchat Primary School Windhoek Afrikaanse Privaatskool Windhoek Gymnasium Private School Windhoek High School (WHS) Windhoek International School (WIS)

Cities Gobabis Grootfontein Henties Bay Karasburg Karibib Keetmanshoop Mariental Okahandja Omaruru Otjiwarongo Outjo Swakopmund Tsumeb Usakos Walvis Bay Windhoek (capital) Towns Arandis Eenhana Katima Mulilo Khorixas Lüderitz Nkurenkuru Okakarara Ondangwa Ongwediva Opuwo Oshakati Oshikango Rehoboth

Villages Aranos Aroab Aussenkehr Berseba Bethanie Gibeon Gochas Kamanjab Koës Kongola Maltahöhe Leonardville Oshikuku Otavi Outapi Ruacana Rundu Stampriet Uis Tses Witvlei Okambonde Settlements Aus Fransfontein Groß Aub Grünau Helmeringhausen Hochfeld Kalkfeld Kalkrand Klein Aub Kombat Möwe Bay Noordoewer Okonjima Oranjemund Oshikango Oshivelo Rosh Pinah Schuckmannsburg Seeheim Seeis Sesfontein Solitaire Trekkopje Uutapi Warmbad Wilhelmstal

Frankie Fredericks Frank (originally Frankie) Fredericks (born October 2, 1967) is a former athlete from Namibia. Running in the 100 metres and 200 metres, he won four silver medals at the Olympic Games (two in 1992 and two in 1996), making him Namibia’s first and so far only Olympic medalist. He also won gold medals at the World Championships, World Indoor Championships, All-Africa Games and Commonwealth Games. He is the world indoor record-holder for 200 metres, with a time of 19.92 seconds set in 1996.

Actors N!xau, actor Artists Adolph Jentsch, painter Businesspeople Dr Frans Aupa Indongo, Owner, Indongo Toyota, Continental properties. Gert Joubert Johnny Doeseb Andreas Thomas Uushini owner, Okangha Store, Okahao Diplomats Martin Andjaba Labour activists Asser Kuveri Kapere, Chairman of the National Council Lawyers Bience P. Gawanas, African Union Labour Affairs Commissioner. Musicians Jackson Kaujeua, singer Ras Sheehama, singer The Dogg, musician, songwriter, producer Gazza, musician, songwriter Gal Level, musician Stefan Ludik, musician Sunny Boy, musician Nianell, musician Lady May, musician Politicians Nahas Angula, Prime Minister Justus Garoëb, chief and politician Hage Geingob, former prime minister Theo-Ben Gurirab, diplomat and politician, former prime minister Fanuel Jariretundu Kozonguizi, politician Moses Katjikuru Katjiuongua, politician Katuutire Kaura, politician Fanuel Kozonguizi, first President of SWANU, first national ombudsman Nangolo Mbumba, Minister of Education Dirk Mudge, politician Sam Nujoma, 1st Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba, 2nd Namibian President.

Cuando River Cunene River E Ekuma River F Fish River (Namibia) K Khan River Kuiseb River N Nossob River O Okavango River Omaruru River Orange River Oshigambo River R ReVive River S Swakop River T Tsauchab U Ugab River Z Zambezi

Currently, South Africa is divided into 14 unions. Four draw players from an entire province: Griquas – Northern Cape (home matches in Kimberley) Leopards – North West (home matches in Potchefstroom) Natal Sharks – KwaZulu-Natal (home matches in Durban) Pumas – Mpumalanga (home matches in Witbank) The Eastern Cape contains two unions: Border Bulldogs – eastern (home matches in East London) Eastern Province Kings – western (home matches in Port Elizabeth) as does Free State: Free State Cheetahs – central and western (home matches in Bloemfontein) Griffons – eastern (home matches in Welkom) Western Cape has three unions: Boland Cavaliers (Afrikaans: Boland Kavaliers) – northern (home matches in Wellington) Eagles – eastern (home matches in George) Western Province – Cape Town metropolitan area Gauteng has two unions that draw exclusively from portions of that province: Falcons (Afrikaans: Valke) – the East Rand and other municipalities to the east and south of Johannesburg (home matches in Brakpan) Golden Lions – Johannesburg and municipalities to its west (home matches in Johannesburg) Finally, one union draws players from part of Gauteng plus the entirety of another province: Blue Bulls – Pretoria, the two Gauteng municipalities to its east, and Limpopo Province (home matches in Pretoria)

The Vodacom Cup is an annual rugby union competition in South Africa which is contested between February and May. The Cup is the third-tier competition in rugby union in South Africa, behind Super Rugby and the Currie Cup. It runs at roughly the same time as Super Rugby and serves as an important developmental competition for South African rugby. It was first held in 1998, and was won in its first year by Griqualand West. The competition also featured invitational teams from outside the country – the Welwitschias from Namibia played in the competition between 1999 and 2001 and then rejoined in 2010, along with the Pampas XV from Argentina. The Pampas XV play in the competition’s Southern Section, while the Welwitschias play in the Northern Section.[1][2] Contents [hide] 1 Results 2 Team Stats 3 Notes and references 4 External links [edit]Results Season Winner Score Runner-up Location 1998 Griqualand West 57-0 Golden Lions Kimberley 1999 Golden Lions 73-7 Griqualand West Johannesburg 2000 Free State Cheetahs 44-24 Griqualand West Bloemfontein 2001 Blue Bulls 42-24 Boland Cavaliers Pretoria 2002 Golden Lions 54-38 Blue Bulls Johannesburg 2003 Golden Lions 26-17 Blue Bulls Pretoria 2004 Golden Lions 35-16 Blue Bulls Johannesburg 2005 Griquas 27-25[3] Leopards Kimberley 2006 Falcons 25-17 Natal Wildebeest Brakpan 2007 Griquas 33-29 Blue Bulls Kimberley 2008 Blue Bulls 25-21 Free State Cheetahs Pretoria 2009 Griquas 28-19 Blue Bulls Pretoria 2010 Blue Bulls 31-29[4] Free State Cheetahs Pretoria 2011 Pampas XV 14-9 Blue Bulls Potchefstroom

Namibia’s most successful record labels Welwitchia Music Production Ogopa/Butterfly Entertainment Omalaiti Music Mshasho Productions Gazza Music Productions Lowkey Records Lash Attractions Yaziza Entertainment

A list of Namibian ODI cricketers can be found at: List of Namibian ODI cricketers. For a list of players to have captained Namibia in international cricket, see: Namibian national cricket captains The following table lists the 14 players in Namibia’s squad for the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier.[56] Name Age Batting Style Bowling Style ODI matches FC matches Notes Batsmen Jan-Berrie Burger 29 RHB LB 6 25 Bernard Scholtz 24 LHB LB 23 Raymond van Schoor 20 RHB 10 Craig Williams 27 RHB RM 18 All-rounders Louis Burger 33 RHB RM 6 25 Captain Sarel Burger 28 RHB RMF 2 21 Bjorn Kotze 32 RHB RFM 5 20 Deon Kotze 37 RHB OB 6 22 Bernard Scholtz 21 RHB SLO 4 Deon Kotze 30 RHB RFM 5 35 Wicket-keepers Tobias Verwey 29 RHB 18 Bowlers Louis Klazinga 25 RHB RFM 29 Hendrik Marx 21 RHB RMF 1 Louis van der Westhuizen 23 LHB SLO 12 Ian van Zyl 27 RHB RFM 17 Bernard Scholtz 21 RHB SLO 4 [edit]Recent Call ups Gert Lotter

Current players # Pos. Player Date of Birth (Age) Caps Goals Club 1 GK Athiel Mbaha April 5, 1976 (age 35) 30 0 Maritzburg United GK Ephraim Tjihonge May 23, 1986 (age 24) 11 0 Black Leopards F.C. GK Maximilian Mbaeva April 14, 1989 (age 22) 0 0 African Stars F.C. 2 DF Richard Gariseb February 3, 1980 (age 31) 32 0 Wits University FC 3 DF Hartman Toromba March 2, 1984 (age 27) 30 0 Free State Stars 4 DF Ivan Namaseb May 22, 1985 (age 25) 32 0 F.C. AK 6 DF Oliver Risser January 19, 1980 (age 31) 100 0 KuPS 13 DF Michael Pienaar January 10, 1978 (age 33) 32 0 Carara Kicks DF George Hummel February 9, 1976 (age 35) 25 1 Eleven Arrows F.C. DF Steven Goaxab October 16, 1983 (age 27) 2 0 Orlando Pirates Windhoek 7 MF Colin Benjamin August 3, 1978 (age 32) 32 2 Hamburger SV 8 MF Quinton Jacobs January 21, 1979 (age 32) 24 4 United Sikkim FC 11 MF Jamuovandu Ngatjizeko December 28, 1984 (age 26) 9 0 Jomo Cosmos 12 MF Paulus Shipanga May 19, 1980 (age 30) 16 2 Bay United F.C. 15 MF Victor Helu April 6, 1983 (age 28) 15 0 F.C. Civics Windhoek MF Sydney Plaatjies November 25, 1981 (age 29) 14 2 Mpumalanga Black Aces F.C. MF Razundara Tjikuzu December 12, 1979 (age 31) 47 0 Kasimpasa SK 9 FW Costa Khaiseb November 23, 1980 (age 30) 8 1 Ramblers 10 FW Wilko Risser August 11, 1982 (age 28) 11 3 SV Elversberg 14 FW Rudolf Bester July 19, 1983 (age 27) 25 7 Maritzburg United FW Henrico Botes December 24, 1979 (age 31) 11 2 Platinum Stars F.C. FW Heinrich Isaacks May 3, 1985 (age 26) 3 1 F.C. Civics Windhoek [edit]Former players Simon Uutoni (1997-1998) Denzil Hoaseb Chris Katjiukua Willem Mwedihanga

2010/11 Namibia Premier League clubs African Stars (Windhoek) Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek) Blue Boys F.C. (Swakopmund) Blue Waters (Walvis Bay) Eleven Arrows (Walvis Bay) FC Civics (Windhoek) Mighty Gunners F.C. (Otjiwarongo) Orlando Pirates (Windhoek) Oshakati City FC (Oshakati) Ramblers (Windhoek) Sport Klub Windhoek FC (Windhoek) United Africa Tigers (Windhoek) [edit]Previous champions since independence in 1987 1987 : Benfica (Tsumeb) 1988 : Blue Waters (Walvis Bay) 1989 : Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek) 1990 : Orlando Pirates (Windhoek) 1991 : Eleven Arrows (Walvis Bay) 1992 : Ramblers (Windhoek) 1993 : Chief Santos (Tsumeb) 1994 : Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek) 1995 : Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek) 1996 : Blue Waters (Walvis Bay) 1997 : not contested 1998 : Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek) 1999 : Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek) 2000 : Blue Waters (Walvis Bay) 2001/02 : Liverpool (Okahandja) 2002/03 : Chief Santos (Tsumeb) 2003/04 : Blue Waters (Walvis Bay) 2004/05 : FC Civics (Windhoek) 2005/06 : FC Civics (Windhoek) 2006/07 : FC Civics (Windhoek) 2007/08 : Orlando Pirates (Windhoek) 2008/09 : African Stars (Windhoek) 2009/10 : African Stars (Windhoek) 2010/11 : Black Africa F.C. (Windhoek).

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8 Responses to NAMÍBIA NAMIBIA NAMIBIË

  1. Luciana disse:

    Só você mesmo, é cada uma viu! hahahaha

  2. Gabriella disse:

    Não outro lugar não tinha que ser da NAMÍBIA?

  3. Leo disse:

    Haha, com taaantos dados da Namíbia, é mesmo capaz de alguém desse país aparecer pelo seu blog… bacana a ideia!! rs

  4. sonia disse:

    Acho que tu não andas batendo bem da cabeça…

  5. @luuaanacarolina disse:

    PORQUE NAMÍBIA? HAHA

  6. secretsofgirl disse:

    Eu morro de rir com (ou de) você, Vavo! kkk’ É muito engraçado… só você mesmo!

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