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Ovambo

(əʊˈvæmbəʊ; ɔːˈvambɔː)
npl -bo or -bos
1. (Peoples) a member of a mixed Khoikhoi and Negroid people of southern Africa, living chiefly in N Namibia: noted for their skill in metal work
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
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2010) Customary Law Ascertained: the customary law of the Owambo, Kavango and Caprivi communities of Namibia.
Its Blocks 1717 and 1718 are located in the Owambo Basin in northern Namibia, covering an area of approximately 18,933 square kilometers.
B Cunningham (1995) demonstrate that basketry in the former Owambo region of Northern Namibia provided women with the means of generating income.
Deforestation in the Owambo Region, North Namibia Since the 1850s'.
She said apartheid was a "physical word which carried out what it stood for through physical boundaries", explaining the demarcation of different locations such as Damara location, Owambo location and Herero location were divised to divide the people by physical barriers which kept the nation apart.
Hydrocarb Energy Corporation verified in progress talks with a number of international energy firms expressing interest in the company's Owambo Basin Concession in Namibia.
By Sunday night, a (low pressure) trough has again developed with sufficient strength to set up conditions for rain over Kunene, Owambo and Kavango West.
Omashikwa,, a traditionally fermented buttermilk in Namibia, is a popular rural milk product processed in Central and Northern Namibia by the Herero and Owambo communities.
3 million-acre Owambo Basin concession in northern Namibia in August 2012.
Bantu-speaking Owambo people settled the rich farmlands of the north.
Petroholland farming in to Circle's Owambo Basin License, Namibia and as operator, will undertake a significant exploration program at no cost to Circle (20% interest).