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Publisher:Global Village Publishing

Category:Business

Language:English

Frequency:Books

Magazine Description: We are proud to announce Best of Namibia as the latest in our collection of prestigious books. Namibia has continuously proved itself to be more than worthy of warranting a compilation such as this. Not only is it one of the most peaceful countries in Africa, which enjoyed a smooth transition into democracy, but it’s also one of the most enchanting.

We have tried to capture as much of this enchantment in the pages that follow. This country of stark contrasts has produced some magnificent imagery, which seems to tell the story of its age-old mysticism. Namibia’s land is beautiful and fascinating and it has also yielded some of the most astounding diamonds in the world. Beneath the surface of her soils, lie many spoils awaiting discovery. However, the practicality of the government is such that there is a current ongoing diversification of the economy.

Tourism is held in high regard for obvious reasons, so are land cultivation, transport and shipping. The latter makes the most of the ideal situation of the country – being on the trade route to the Cape of Good Hope, as well as having a prime linkage to South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Angola. As a result, Namibia has always strived to ensure good relations with their SADC counterparts and has many important foreign policies. That said, although the government highly values the vital relationships they have forged, there is a concerted effort to ensure more economic independence instead of relying heavily on imports.

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