Alfred Angula (born 7 September 1965 in Tsumeb, Oshikoto Region) is a Namibian trade unionist. In 2000, he was named the head of the Namibian Farmworkers Union (Nafwu). He became active in the trade union movement prior to independence in 1988.
Amraal Lambert, Nama name: ǂGaiǀnub, (ca. 1774–13 February 1864) was the first Captain of the Kaiǀkhauan (Khauas Nama), a subtribe of the Orlam, in the eastern area of Namaland, today's Namibia.
André du Pisani (born 15 January 1949 in Windhoek) is a Namibian political scientist. Du Pisani has been a professor at the University of Namibia since 1998. Pisani has managed the Southern African Defence and Security Management Network (SADSEM) (Namibia) for the past decade and is the country coordinator of the Volkswagen Foundation multinational research project on reconciliation, post-conflict reconstruction and peace in Southern Africa for the past 3 years. He serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Namibian Studies and is a trustee of the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), the Tulipamwe Arts Trust and the John Muafangejo Art Centre, and a member of the Executive Committee of the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE).
Andreas Lambert, also: Andries Lambert, Nama name: ǃNanib, (ca. 1844–8 March 1894) was the second Kaptein of the Kaiǀkhauan (Khauas Nama), a subtribe of the Orlam, in the eastern area of South-West Africa, today's Namibia.
Anton Bresler (16 February 1988) is a Namibian rugby union player. He plays for Scottish Pro12 side Edinburgh in the lock position, having previously played for the Sharks.
Axali Doëseb (born 1954) is a Namibian music composer. He wrote and composed "Namibia, Land of the Brave", which has been the national anthem of the country since 1991.
Bernhardt Esau (born 9 December 1957 in Swakopmund) is a Namibian politician. A member of the South West Africa People's Organization, Esau has been a member of the National Assembly since being chosen by President Sam Nujoma in 1995. He has also been the Deputy Ministry of Trade and Industry since 1999.
Blythe Loutit née Pascoe (14 November 1940 Natal, South Africa – 15 June 2005 Namibia), was a founder member of the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT), an artist and a respected conservationist.
Bonifatius Haushiku (born 1935 in Sambiu – 12 June 2002) was a Namibian Roman Catholic religious leader.
Bridget Pickering is a film maker and producer from Namibia. Among other projects, she was an Executive Producer on the 2004 film Hotel Rwanda. She is the daughter of Namibian diplomat and trade unionist, Advocate Arthur Pickering.
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