Prepare your travel to namibia
I. Chronology of Namibia
27000: Early inhabitants of Namibia: the San .
-1300: Arrival of the Nama and Damara.
1400: Bantu Migration. Owando, Kavango and Caprivi from the North to settle on their current lands.
1750: The struggle with the Herero Nama land for the center. The remaining Herero in Kaokoland become the Himba people .
1869: The German colony moved to Rehoboth Baster.
1884: Germany annexed the South West Africa.
1905: Battle of Waterberg cons German settlers, it symbolizes the colonial oppression.
1910: After the discovery of diamond mines in the southern Namib Desert, Germany gave him the name "Sperrgebiet.
1915: The South African army invaded the German colony with the help of the African people.
1920: The League of Nations entrusted the South-West Africa to his Britannic Majesty.
1928: The majority of land is given to immigrants in South Africa.
1945: Nationalist Party of South Africa said the South-West Africa, fifth province.
1950: Introduction of apartheid. in 1945.
1973: SWAPO is recognized by the UN as the legal representative.
March 21, 1990: Independence Day.
1997: General strike throughout the country.
1999: Sam Nujoma was re-elected for the 3rd time.
2004: Election of new President Hifikepunye Pohamba.
2005: Sam Nujoma hands over to his successor. SWAPO is the ultra dominant in the National Assembly.
2007: The WTO allows the Consortium Joint CNTRM proceedings now before the Parliament of Namibia on the draft constitutional reform before the next election.
March 2009: Floods in north-east.
September 27, 2009: 50th anniversary of the SWANU, the oldest political party in the country.
27-28 November 2009: Re-election of Hifikepunye Pohamba.
Source : 2008