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Oshi Wambo is a cluster of several very closely related languages in Angola and northern Namibia, notably Kwanyama (or Oshikwanyama), Ndonga and Kwambi.
Over half of the people in Namibia speak Oshi Wambo, particularly the Owambo.
After Namibia's independence in 1990, the area previously known as Owamboland was divided into the regions of Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana or Otshana and Oshikoto. The population, estimated at between 700,000 and 750,000, fluctuates remarkably. This is because of the indiscriminate border drawn up by the Portuguese and Germans during colonial rule, which cut through the Kwanyama tribal area, placing some in Owambo, Angola and others in Namibia. This results in regular cross-border movement.
There are approximately one million Oshi Wambo speakers located in Namibia and Angola. Though Oshi Wambo is mainly spoken in the Northern regions of Namibia, it is also spoken all over the country. Migrant workers comprise a large part of the population in many towns, particularly in the south, where there are jobs in the mining industry. For example in Lüderitz, an 18 hour drive from Owamboland, at least 50% of the population speaks Oshi Wambo. So though the origins are localized in the north, Oshi Wambo speakers have dispersed, particularly since independence.
There are eight dialects in Oshi Wambo. The main tribes are the Kwanyama (which means "those who love to eat meat"), the Ndonga, the Kwambi (belonging to the Atshipara TshaKwedhi clan, a Godfearer Gentile) , the Ngandjera, the Kwaluudhi, the Mbalantu, the Kolonkadhi and the Mbadja, who are within the tribal area of the Kolonkadhi. Each has its own dialect but there are only two written languages in schools, namely OshiNdonga and OshiKwanyama. The OshiKwambi language is written in the religious school namely in the Holy Roman Catholic Church and Teachings. These languages are also quite similar to the Herero language.
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