This year marks the 70th anniversary of South Africa, the country that has shaped the global stage with the invention of the atomic bomb, the liberation of the continent from colonial rule and the apartheid regime.
In 2019, a new edition of the magazine, the 50th anniversary edition, will be published.
In the past, the magazine has focused on the history of South African independence, apartheid and the struggle for democracy and freedom.
The 50th edition also celebrates the history and culture of the country.
The article on the 50-year anniversary has been translated into 18 languages and includes an interview with former president Thabo Mbeki, a look at the future of the Namibian economy, an in-depth look at South Africa and an in depth look at Namibia.
A visit to Namibia on the Namibia Highway in 2019.
Photo: NABUBA BERTA/AFP”Namibia is a great country, with many fascinating history and a vibrant cultural scene, and I’m looking forward to visiting it in 2019,” said Nubian Zilber.
“Nabibia is not only a great place to visit but a great adventure too, and that’s what we’re trying to share with the world.”
The Namibians’ Namib Desert and the Namibe River are the three main rivers flowing through the country, making it the second largest river basin in the world after the Nile.
The desert stretches for more than 600km (370 miles) and is home to some of the world’s largest sand dunes.
The Namibe is a major river that flows through Namibia and provides the main source of fresh water for the country’s agriculture.
In South Africa this year, the Namibi will be renamed as the Nambei River, and the river will be the third largest in the country after the Brahmaputra and the Ganges.
Namibian President Jacob Zuma has made it clear that he wants to see the Namblei River run in 2019 as the country is looking for ways to invest in water infrastructure.
The South African government has committed to spending $1.5 billion on water infrastructure and is looking at other ways to make money off of the river, including the development of hydroelectric dams on the banks of the Gaborone River, which are also important for the economy.
The NABURA BERGA/AFP The Namibe, however, will not be a part of the 2018 edition of this year’s issue.
The Namibia Highway, a four-lane highway which connects South Africa to Namib, is now closed for three months in 2018 to allow for the construction of a new bridge.
However, the road has been reopened for the 2019 edition of MTV News, with an interview on the bridge with the South African National Assembly’s transport and water minister Nana Phakanand.MTV News spoke to Mr Phakranand about the future in 2019 and he said the bridge will be open for the people to travel across.
He also said the Namboi River would be open in 2019 for visitors, but not for the local communities, the media and other visitors to the country to visit.
“There’s a plan to open the Namboboi River in 2019 but it will be a long journey, because we need to make sure that it’s safe and stable, to ensure that the river remains the waterway for the Namabozis,” he said.
Mr Phakand also said that the Nambi has been closed for seven months, but that the project has not been delayed.MCT/AAPTopics:world-politics,business-economics-and-finance,government-and,federal-government,south-africa,african-america,namibia