Namibia is a country in Southern Africa. It borders the Atlantic ocean, Zambia, Angola, South Africa, and Botswana. Windhoek is Namibia's capital city. The official language in Namibia is English. The country gained independence in 1990 from South Africa.
Namibia covers an area of 825,615 km² (318,772 sq mi) and has an estimated population of 2,746,745 people as of 2020. Namibia's economy is based on farming and capital-intensive industry. Export of commodities such as minerals, fish, and livestock contributes to a considerable percentage of Namibia's economy.
This second least densely populated country is known for its Skeleton Coast, German colonial-era buildings, the Himba tribe, Namib desert, high cheetah population, etc.