Synonyms for ondangwa or Related words with ondangwa

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Examples of "ondangwa"
Ondangwa is the district capital of the Ondangwa electoral constituency.
Ondangwa Airport is an airport serving Ondangwa, a town in the Oshana Region of Namibia. The airport is about northwest of the center of Ondangwa.
Except the main roads between Oshakati and Ondangwa and between Ondangwa and Oshikango, most of the roads in the constituency are gravel. The communication network is available in the area. Residents do their shopping in Ondangwa and Oshakati.
Ondangwa Prof Pre-Primary School is a private school in Ondangwa in the Oshana Region of northern Namibia.
Ondangwa Constituency was an electoral constituency in the Oshana Region of Namibia until August 2013. It had 29,783 inhabitants, its district capital was the town of Ondangwa. Following a recommendation of the "Fourth Delimitation Commission of Namibia", and in preparation of the 2014 general election, the constituency was split into Ondangwa Urban and Ondangwa Rural.
Eheke is situated 15 km west of Ondangwa near Omagongati. Eheke is the administrative centre for Ondangwa Constituency, the surrounding area.
Ondangwa Railway Station is a railway station serving the town of Ondangwa in Namibia. It is part of the TransNamib Railway.
Ondangwa Prof Pre-Primary was opened in 1998 by Nicoline Enslin and her husband, Gerhard Enslin as one of the first private schools in Ondangwa.
Namwandi was born at Okapya in Ondangwa, Oshana Region, Namibia.
KK Palace is a football (soccer) team in Ondangwa, Namibia.
Ondangwa Urban is an electoral constituency in the Oshana Region of Namibia. It was created in August 2013, following a recommendation of the "Fourth Delimitation Commission of Namibia", and in preparation of the 2014 general election. The administrative centre of Ondangwa Urban is the town of Ondangwa.
Ondangwa Rural is an electoral constituency in the Oshana Region of Namibia. It has 13,613 inhabitants. Ondangwa Rural was created by splitting the former constituency of Ondangwa into a rural and an urban part in August 2013, following a recommendation of the "Fourth Delimitation Commission of Namibia", and in preparation of the 2014 general election.
Ondangwa is said to mean "the end of the Ondonga area". (Ondonga is one of the kingdoms of Ovamboland), and Ondangwa is located on the western edge of this kingdom.
It seems that most people in Ondangwa lost their fortunes in this conflict, since in 1908 it was reported that the people in Ondangwa could not support their parish in any way whatsoever.
Nakashimba was born in Onayena, Oshikoto Region a village in east Ondangwa
The centres of major economic activity are the towns Ondangwa, Ongwediva and Oshakati.
Safland Namibia is developing a multimillion-dollar shopping mall in Ondangwa.
The Ondangwa non-directional beacon (Ident: OA) is located on the field.
In early 1914 the Finns had abandoned the Ondangwa mission station. When the British took over South West Africa during World War I, they also came to Ovamboland and in 1915 chose Ondangwa as the location of their administration. On Christmas Day that year they hoisted the Union Jack in Ondangwa for the first time. The commander of the English was Major C. N. Manning, whose title was the "Resident Commissioner".
Onethindi is a small village in the Northern part of Namibia in the Otjikoto region, 5 km away from Ondangwa.