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Schoolchildren sing the national anthem daily; it is also heard on the radio and at national celebrations.
Namibia was originally inhabited by nomadic hunters, gatherers, and pastoralists (livestock herders), the ancestors of today's Bushman and Khoispeaking people.
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The different groups came into conflict over access to land and other resources, but they were linked by trade relationships.
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During the colonial period, many indigenous peoples were dispossessed of their lands and relegated to reserves established for each ethnic group.
The emphasis on ethnicity was opposed by growing nationalist sentiment, and Namibia became a unitary nation-state when it gained independence in 1990. Covering 318,500 square miles (825,000 square kilometers) on the southwest coast of Africa, Namibia is bordered by Angola and Zambia (north), Botswana (east), South Africa (south), and the Atlantic Ocean (west).
The flat north-central and northeastern regions have extensive flood plains and areas of dense vegetation.
The driest country in sub-Saharan Africa, Namibia only has permanent rivers on its northern and southern borders. With large expanses of arid and semi-arid land, Namibia has a small population— about 1.7 million—for its size.