Namibia's human and natural resources offer limitless potential as a commercial hub and channel to the Southern African region that represents a market upwards of 300 million people, said Dr. Hage Geingob, president of Namibia. "We have peace and democracy and many of our neighbors are landlocked, we will enable them to be sea-linked," said Geingob. "We have educational facilities, our hospitals and schools are good, so Namibia is a place to base yourself and service the rest of Africa." Situated on Africa's south-western Atlantic Ocean seaboard, Namibia's neighboring countries are Angola to the north, Botswana and Zimbabwe to the east and South Africa to the south, making the country quite literally a portal of transit and commerce for the region. Namibia is already involved in major marine transport through the port of Walvis-Bay, one of Africa's most efficient ports, with the potential to provide the shortest route for cargo.
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