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History of Namibia, Bantu, San people

Bantu people, Ovambo. German Protectorate (History of Namibia)

  1. The first inhabitants of Namibia (Southern Africa): San (Bushmen), Damara and Nama (Khoisan)
  2. 9th century: Damaras (Khoisan)
  3. 14th century: Bantu migrations
  4. 17th century: Herero (East African nomads) arrive
  5. 19th century: Ovambo (Bantu people) dominates Namibia
  6. Himba
  7. 1840: Foundation of Windhoek by Jonker Afrikaner
  8. 1879: annexation of the port of Walvis Bay by the Union of South Africa
  9. 1884 -1915: German Protectorate (Schutzgebiet)
  10. 1904: Herero and Namaqua rebellions
  11. Herero and Namaqua genocide: 24,000 - 65,000 Herero death and 10,000 Nama (50% of the total population of Nama).
  12. 1917: Mandume Ya Ndemufayo, the last Kwanyama King of Ovamboland, was killed in a South African attack
  13. 1920: South African Administration
  14. Racial rules
  15. 1948: apartheid
  16. 1966: Namibia under the control of the UN
  17. 1973: The UN recognises the South-West Africa People Organisation (SWAPO)
  18. 1990: Independence from South Africa (except Walvis Bay and the Penguin Islands)
  19. 1994: Independence of Walvis Bay and the Penguin Islands
  20. Since the independence, Namibia has successfully completed the transition from an apartheid regime of white minority to a democratic society

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