How do you say hello in Namibia?

How do you say hello in Namibia?

Obviously the first thing you need to know in Namibia is saying hello. In Afrikaans, it’s a plain hallo (huh-low). The Germans say guten tag (gut-ten taahg) and in Oshiwambo its Wa lalapo, which means good morning. You can also use the slang term Howzit – which is a combination of hello and how are you all in one.

How do you greet in otjiherero?

Kara nawa. or Karee nawa. Thank you. Okuhepa or Ndangi You are welcome. Okuhepa or Ndangi Hi, we haven’t seen each other for a long time.

What is the most commonly spoken language in Namibia?

Namibia/Official languages

What do Namibian people eat?

Namibian Food

  • 1 – Oshithima (Maize or Mahangu Pap) Oshithima is a popular food in the Oshiwambo culture.
  • 2 – Oodhingu (Dried Meat)
  • 3 – Omboga (Dried Wild Spinach)
  • 4 – Omagungu (Mopane Worm)
  • 5 – Potjiekos.
  • 6 – Zambezi Bream (Fish)
  • 7 – Biltong.
  • 8 – Kapana (Grilled Beef)

Which language is used in Namibia?

What does Mbuae mean?

frustration or annoyance
Mbuae. Meaning: A term that usually expresses frustration or annoyance.

Where is Herero spoken?

Herero, a group of closely related Bantu-speaking peoples of southwestern Africa. The Herero proper and a segment known as the Mbanderu inhabit parts of central Namibia and Botswana; other related groups, such as the Himba, inhabit the Kaokoveld area of Namibia and parts of southern Angola.

How do you greet in caprivian?

  1. Khoekhoegowab. Good morning ! Gai// goas / moro How are you?
  2. Otjiherero. Good morning: Moro! / Mwa penduka. How are you?
  3. Silozi (Caprivi) Good morning: Mu zuhile? How are you?
  4. Oshindongo (Owambo) Good morning: Mwa lala po.
  5. Rukwangali (Kavango) Good morning: Morekeni How are you? Ngapi nawa ndi?
  6. Oshikwanyama. Good morning:

What is the Namibian currency?

Namibian dollar
South African rand

How many Muslims are in Namibia?


Muslim percentage of total population 0.4% 140th out of 184
Muslim population 9,000 142nd out of 177
Religions Christian 80% to 90% (Lutheran 50% at least), indigenous beliefs 10% to 20%
All Christian 80% to 90% (Lutheran 50% at least), indigenous beliefs 10% to 20%