Namibia, officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in Southern Africa.

History of Namibian Independence Day.
The European powers started to show an interest in the region at the start of the nineteenth century. In 1884, fearing the British were about to take control of the whole of Southern Africa, Namibia was made a German colony called German South West Africa. Following Germany's defeat in the First World War, the League of Nations mandated South Africa, who had occupied the country during the war, to administer the territory.

In April 1946, after the Second World War, the League of Nations was dissolved and succeeded by the United Nations. The UN instituted a Trusteeship system to bring all the former German colonies in Africa under UN control.
South Africa refused to give up control, arguing that a majority of the territory's people were content with South African rule. While the region wasn't formally made part of South Africa, it was essentially treated as such and was called South-West Africa.

Since the 1960s there had been external and internal pressure for South Africa to give up control and give independence to the territory as was happening across Africa at that time as the Europeans began relinquishing their colonial control over the continent.

In the 1970s the independence of neighboring states such as Zambia and Angola gave a base for resistance against South Africa with a guerrilla group, the People's Liberation Army of Namibia leading the armed struggle for independence as part of the Namibian War of Independence. It took until 1988 before South Africa agreed to end its occupation of Namibia, in accordance with a UN peace plan for the entire region.

The country officially gained independence on March 21st 1990 changing its name to Namibia and adopting its current flag. Sam Nujoma was sworn in as the first President of Namibia at a ceremony attended by Nelson Mandela of South Africa, who had only been released from prison the month before.


Independence Day in Namibia in 2022. (2022).

Relationship between Assumption University of Thailand and the Republic of Namibia

On the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic of Namibia (March 21, 2022) The President-Rector Magnificus and the Academic Community of Assumption University of Thailand greets and congratulates the Government and the Namibia people.

The University community is pleased that currently there are Namibian students enrolled in some undergraduate and graduate degree programs and we wish all our Namibian students a happy celebration on their country’s National Day.

The University Guests from the Republic of Namibia

On February 25, 2010
, President and the management team from Polytechnic of Namibia visited the University, Suvarnabhumi Campus. The visitors were welcomed and officially given the briefing and orientation by Mr. Kamol Kitsawad, the University Registrar, Mr. Glen Vivian Chatelier, Director of the Office of International Affairs.

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