OshiWambo is a Bantu language spoken by about 680,000 people in Namibia and Angola. Major dialects include Kwanyama (OshiKwanyama), which is spoken in northern of Namibia and southern of Angola; Ndonga (OshiNdonga), which is spoken in northern Namibia; and Kwambi, which is also spoken in Namibia.
Both dialects have been used as a medium of educational instruction since the 1990s. Oshiwambo is also used on the radio to some extent in Namibia.
Information on OshiWambo compiled by Wolfram Siegel
Aantu ayehe oya valwa ye na emanguluko noye na ondilo yi thike pamwe osho wo uuthemba. Oye na omaipulo goondunge neiuvo onkene naa kalathane mombepo yuumwainathana.
Information about the OshiWambo language
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