Himba and San – The last nomads of Namibia, Southern Africa

The Himba

The Himba, indegenous people with an estimated population of 5,000, live in northern Namibia, as well as in southern Angola. They are hunter-gatherers and considered the last nomadic people of Namibia. Their economy is subsistece, consisting predominantly livestock of sheep, goats and cattle, that provide the Himba with the major source of milk. (To be continued…)

YouTube: Himba (edited by Takeshi Inagawa)

The San

To be continued…

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