Synonyms for oshakati or Related words with oshakati

eenhana              gobabis              ondangwa              rundu              serowe              ongwediva              otjiwarongo              francistown              palapye              keetmanshoop              grootfontein              mchinji              mahalapye              mahikeng              nkayi              ghanzi              mzuzu              masaka              kitale              kasese              mpika              outapi              molepolole              oshikango              khorixas              opuwo              karonga              okahandja              kisoro              mulilo              wajir              morogoro              chipata              mbeya              dodoma              isiolo              masindi              mukono              iringa              katima              karasburg              mpigi              rusape              mutare              karibib              serekunda              mandera              kweneng              masvingo              mubende             



Examples of "oshakati"
Oshakati is divided into the electoral constituencies of Oshakati East and Oshakati West.
Oshakati East is an electoral constituency in the Oshana Region of Namibia. It contains the eastern parts of the town of Oshakati and has 22,634 inhabitants. The Okatana River separates Oshakati East from the Oshakati West constituency.
Oshakati West is an electoral constituency in the Oshana Region of Namibia. It contains the western parts of the town of Oshakati and has 20,015 inhabitants. The Okatana River separates Oshakati West from the Oshakati East constituency.
Oshakati Airport is an airport serving Oshakati in the Oshana Region of Namibia.
Many primary and secondary schools are to be found in Oshakati, e.g. Iipumbu, Oshakati, Ngolo, Erundu Secondary School, Cabatana and others, including Afoti Combined School in Uuvudhiya constituency in Oshana Region in the Omapopo cluster of Oshakati Circuit.
There is one main gravel road which cuts through Elim joining Oshikuku (on the Uutapi Main Road from Oshakati) to Ondalaye-ya-Elim (Okahao Main Road from Oshakati).
The Oshakati City, also known as FNB Oshakati City due to sponsorship reasons, is a Namibian football (soccer) club from Oshakati. They play in the country's second division, the Northern Stream Division. Oshakati is based in Oshakati city in the northern part of the country, it was there for name after the original town Oshakati and most of the players are based from that town.The club have a huge spomsorship backing by First National Bank of Namibia and a local business tycoon Benjamen (Kagau-B.H) Hauwanga the owner of the BH Group of Companies operating in Namibia and Angola.The club colors are red and white.
Oshakati has experienced much development since Namibia achieved independence on March 21, 1990. In April 2006, the Oshakati Town Council building was inaugurated by Botswana's President Festus Mogae.
Oshakati Independence Stadium is a football stadium in Oshakati, Oshana Region, Namibia. Home to Oshakati City F.C. formerly of the Namibia Premier League, Oshakati Independence Stadium can seat 8,000 spectators. It was built over seven years at a cost of 20 million Namibian dollars, but needed N$55,000 worth of repairs just a year later. In February 2008, two people died at the stadium during intense flooding across northern Namibia.
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.
Oshakati Senior Secondary School is a school in Oshakati, Iipumbu yaShilongo street, in Oshana Region, northern Namibia. It was established in 1973 and has 34 classes. The principal is Mr. Kamati.
December 1977, as a colonel, Officer Commanding "2 Military Area" (later called "Sector 10") at Oshakati.
The centres of major economic activity are the towns Ondangwa, Ongwediva and Oshakati.
Indongo owns Etango Complex in Oshakati, one of the highest standard buildings in northern Namibia.
Craig Williams (born 25 February 1984 in Oshakati, Oshana Region) is a Namibian cricketer.
, FIDES Bank Namibia is present in the four 'O' regions of Northern-Central Namibia (Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshana and Oshikoto). It has a network of 4 branches located in Ondangwa, Oshakati, Oshikango and Outapi. The first branch was opened in Oshakati in April 2010. A new branch is about to open in the Khomas region, in Katutura.
Oshali West Combined School is a school in Oshakati, Oshana Region, Namibia, near the border with Angola.
This project initially started in Ohangwena Region and moved to Ondangwa in 2005, Oshakati in 2006 and Outapi in 2007.
Oshakati Town Council hosts the annual Oshakati Totem Expo, which combines the celebration of local traditions with a modern business exhibition. The event was launched by Oshana governor Clemens Kashuupulwa, on 9 June 2012. It takes place annually for a period of four days in the months of June or July.
Patrick Mwashindange was born at Onanjaba village in Ohangwena region, in 1985. Dion Auala was born in Luanda, Angola, in 1986, and Christian "Kamtonyo" Andreas was born in 1987, in Oshakati. All the group members schooled at Oshakati Senior Secondary School and that is where they all got to know each other.