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The rural push and urban pull factor….An urbanisation headache in independent Namibia

Alvine Kapitako Windhoek-Namibia has since independence seen tremendous growth in its capital city as well as its major towns, where people flock in search of greener pastures. According to the Namibia Population and Housing Census, in 1991 the urban population of Namibia stood at 28 percent. The population subsequently increased to 33 percent in 2001 […]...

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Published By: newera - Monday, 20 March