Synonyms for okahandja or Related words with okahandja

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Examples of "okahandja"
Liverpool Okahandja is a Namibian football club based in Okahandja. The club won the NFA Cup in 1992 and became Namibia Premier League champions in 2001–2002.
Okahandja Constituency is an electoral constituency in the Otjozondjupa Region of Namibia. It 18,155 inhabitants and consists of the town of Okahandja and the surrounding rural area.
Okahandja Railway Station is a railway station serving the town of Okahandja in Namibia. It is part of the TransNamib Railway.
Previously the German school Regierungsschule Okahandja was in the city.
The school is located at the military base of Osona outside Okahandja. The main academic campus is being built within the town of Okahandja. Some of the B.Mil classes are offered at the University of Namibia Campus in Windhoek.
On August 23, 1923, his body was returned to Okahandja and was ceremoniously buried.
Okahandja is governed by a municipal council that has seven seats.
In the 1970s, Okahandja Soccer Club had a competitive football team that won several competitions.
In addition, local club Liverpool Okahandja were NFA-Cup winners in 1992 and Namibia Premier League champions in 2002.
Richard Gariseb (born 3 February 1980 in Okahandja) is a Namibian football defender. He plays for Bhawanipore F.C. and Namibia.
The majority of the males in this area carve wood crafts, which they sell to tourists in Okahandja.
Okahandja means "the place where two rivers flow into each other to form one wide one" in Otjiherero.
Okahandja is a city of 24,100 inhabitants in Otjozondjupa Region, central Namibia, and the district capital of the Okahandja electoral constituency. It is known as the "Garden Town of Namibia". It is located 70 km north of Windhoek on the B1 road. It was founded around 1800, by two local groups, the Herero and the Nama.
Clemens Kapuuo was born in 1923 at Ozondjona za Ndjamo ("Teufelsbach"), in the Okahandja District north of Windhoek and attended school at Okahandja in 1931. In 1937 he went to St Barnabas Anglican Church School in Windhoek's Old Location. He qualified as a teacher at Viljoensdrif, and at the Stoffberg Training College, both in the Orange Free State.
Vyf Rand is an informal settlement outside of Okahandja, located north of Windhoek in the Okahandja constituency of the Otjozondjupa region of Namibia. "Vyf rand" is an Afrikaans phrase that translates to "five rand". The name originates from the initial rental fee of five Rand per month tenant farmers paid for a small plot of land on large farms in Namibia.
He received honorary doctorates from the Universities of Tübingen (1925) and Stellenbosch (1949). A suburb of Okahandja is named "Veddersdal" (Afrikaans: Vedder's valley) in his honour.
Curriculum development, educational research, and professional development of school teachers is centrally organised by the National Institute for Educational Development (NIED) in Okahandja.
SWATF Alte Feste AME, Khomas AME, Hochl AME, Okahandja AME, Omaruru AME, Swakopmund AME, Rehoboth AME, Katatura AME and Khomasdal AME.
In the 1870s Rhenish missionaries established the first school. The Augustineum School was reopened at Okahandja on 9 November 1905; it was later moved to Windhoek.
On his way back he met Jonker Afrikaner near Rehoboth and convinced him to convert to Christianity. In 1827 he visited Okahandja, the first European to do so.