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  • The Namib was the oldest desert in the world, and the wind here had had eons in which to work.

    Impossible Places

  • Under Kalahari Holdings, Naholo said, subsidiaries such as Namib Contract Haulage, Namib Graphics (now NamPrint), Namibia Protection Services, Omafo Business Centre, MultiChoice Namibia and its subsidiary MWEB, New Dawn Video, Radio Energy, Namangol and several properties and farms were acquired.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • Kuangu Kuangu is a stone, timber and canvas one-room hideaway – with kitchen and bathroom open to the heavens – tucked into a boulder-strewn dune in the Namib Desert.

    Alternative hen, stag and honeymoon destinations

  • Until the end of the last century, explorers were finishing up the scraps – Mike Fay trekked across the Congo, I walked the Namib, and so on.

    Has technology robbed travel of its riches?

  • Most remote: An education centre in the Namib Desert in Namibia installing six solar panels.

    Activists across the globe prepare for day of action

  • But rather than shedding water, beetles in the Namib desert are using a series of alternating waxy and non-waxy nanostructures to capture precious moisture from the early morning fog.

    Nanotechnology in everyday life

  • SOME OF THE PLANET'S LONGEST-LIVED ORGANISMSNAMIBIA: Welwitschia mirabilis The 2,000-year-old welwitschia plant found in the Namib-Naukluft desert is an unlikely-looking conifer that produces only two leaves in its lifetime? the longest in the plant kingdom.

    The oldest living organisms: ancient survivors with a fragile future

  • The big black 747 rocketed westward, crossing the boundary between the drab brown Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean, heading out over the vast expanse of blue.

    Hell Island

  • This morning Maya and I woke up bright and early and jumped out of a small plane over the Namib Desert!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Squeezed between the Namib Desert and the frigid South Atlantic, Swakopmund was founded in 1892 as a port of entry into Africa for the Schutztruppe.

    Namibia’s German Colonial Past « Skid Roche

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