The Herero language (Otjiherero) is a language of the Bantu languages family (Niger-Congo languages group). It is spoken by Herero people in Namibia (213,000) and Botswana. Total population in both countries is approximately 343,000.
Its linguistic distribution covers a zone called Hereroland: this zone is constituted of the region of Omaheke, along with the regions of Otjozondjupa and Kunene. The Himba, who are related to the Herero people, speak a dialect very close to the Herero language. In Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, there exists a considerable minority of hererophones.
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