Synonyms for outjo or Related words with outjo

otjiwarongo              keetmanshoop              grootfontein              gobabis              karibib              karasburg              mariental              okahandja              mkushi              mulilo              ondangwa              katima              rundu              omaruru              thabazimbi              vryburg              modimolle              mpika              mpulungu              khorixas              solwezi              eenhana              usakos              mchinji              serenje              oshikango              chikwawa              tzaneen              chipinge              mongu              nylstroom              rusape              otavi              mpanda              chiredzi              nkayi              komatipoort              ellisras              magaliesburg              karonga              kasungu              mahalapye              kamanjab              sesheke              kapiri              ghanzi              oshakati              isoka              beitbridge              chinsali             



Examples of "outjo"
Outjo Airport is an airport serving Outjo, in the Kunene Region of Namibia.
Outjo is a constituency in the Kunene Region of Namibia. Its population is 8,947. Its district capital is the town of Outjo.
Outjo has an airstrip about out of town that accommodates small fixed-winged planes. Outjo is the terminus of a branch railway of the Namibian railway system, but there is no railway service at the moment.
Outjo Secondary School is a secondary school in Outjo, Namibia. It was founded in 1954 as a school for white schoolchildren only. When Namibia became independent in 1990, apartheid policies were abandoned, and the school is no longer segregated.
Outjo (Otjiherero: "small hills") is a city of 6,000 inhabitants in the Kunene Region of Namibia. It is the district capital of Outjo Constituency. It is best known as a main gateway to Etosha National Park.
Situated on the C38 southwest of Anderson Gate, Outjo is the gateway to the Etosha National Park. Damaraland is also reached by travelling through Outjo on the C39 to Khorixas, and the C40 towards Kamanjab leads to the Kaokoveld.
Outjo is governed by a municipal council that has seven seats.
The town connects to the South, Okahandja through to Windhoek, to the North, Otavi through to Ondangwa and Oshakati, to the West, Kalkfeld through to Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, and to the North-West, Outjo through to Opuwo. Taxi's are mainly used as a form of transport while others use their private cars. Otjiwarongo is the junction for the branch railway to Outjo.
SWATF Otjiwarongo AME (Area Force Unit - "Area Mag Eenheid"), Outjo AME, Grootfontein AME, Tsumeb AME, Herreroland AME, Ethosa AME, Otavi AME, Damaraland AME and UIS PL. Its area of responsibility was likewise the Grootfontein, Tsumeb, Otavi, Outjo, Otjiwarongo, Hereroland and Damaraland regions.
The railway line from Otjiwarongo to Outjo is long. The first were completed under the German colonial administration in 1914/1915; the railway line was named "Amboland Railway" in reference to the territory of the Ovambo people. The link to Outjo was completed in 1921 under South African rule.
Today, in the town of Outjo, Namibia, there is a monument and a cemetery commemorating German losses in the incidents at Naulila in 1914.
Otjikondo is a settlement with post office, shops and hotel, 83 km north-west of Outjo. The name is Herero and means 'place of the kondo-coloured cattle', i.e. red or black with a strip of white across the back.
The 18 members of the Legislative Assembly were elected from single-member constituencies: Aroab, Gobabis, Grootfontein, Keetmanshoop, Luderitz, Maltahöhe, Mariental, Okahandja, Otjikondo, Otjiwarongo, Outjo, Rehoboth, Swakopmund, Usakos, Warmbad, Windhoek East, Windhoek North and Windhoek West.
The 18 members of the Legislative Assembly were elected from single-member constituencies. Prior to the elections two constituencies (Outjo and Rehoboth) were abolished and replaced by Tsumeb and Windhoek District. The other constituencies were Aroab, Gobabis, Grootfontein, Keetmanshoop, Luderitz, Maltahöhe, Mariental, Okahandja, Otjikondo, Otjiwarongo, Swakopmund, Usakos, Warmbad, Windhoek East, Windhoek North and Windhoek West.
Today, the "Franke Tower" in Omaruru stands as a monument to Franke's 1904 military exploits. Three kilometres outside the town of Otavi on the Tsumeb Road is a memorial marking the German surrender at Khorab. Also, in the town of Outjo is the "Franke House Museum".
The Windhoek—Swakopmund line, commissioned during Imperial Germany's colonial rule of German South West Africa, reached Kranzberg in 1902. In 1914 this line was extended to Walvis Bay. In 1906 Kranzberg was connected to Otavi, a line that was later extended to Grootfontein (1908), Outjo (1921), and Oshikango (2004).
Meisenholl stayed in Ondjiva for some four years, before he had to leave due to a serious illness. Wilhelm Stahlhut came to replace him in the mid-1890s. Stahlhut’s three children died in Africa, and finally he himself fell ill with blackwater fever and died in Outjo on 1 May 1900. His widow stayed for many years, first in Oukwanyama and then in Hereroland.
There were originally around 2,000 Boers in Angola, descendants of those who had survived Namibia's unforgiving Dorsland Trek. For fifty years they formed a distinct enclave in the underdeveloped Portuguese territory, joined by new Afrikaner migrants in 1893 and 1905. By 1928, however, the South African authorities arranged to have 300 such households repatriated to Outjo, where they settled comfortably into farming. The few Afrikaners who remained fled their homes during Angola's subsequent colonial and civil wars.
Prior to the elections, the electoral system was reformed; previously 12 members had been elected from single-member constituencies and six members appointed by the Administrator. Under the new system, all 18 members were elected in single-member constituencies. Four constituencies (Gibeon, Stampriet, Windhoek Central and Windhoek District) were abolished, leaving the new constituencies as Aroab, Gobabis, Grootfontein, Keetmanshoop, Luderitz, Maltahöhe, Mariental, Okahandja, Otjikondo, Otjiwarongo, Outjo, Rehoboth, Swakopmund, Usakos, Warmbad, Windhoek East, Windhoek North and Windhoek West.
Kaiyamo was born in Ondobe Constituency in the Ohangwena Region of northern Namibia. He is the son of the late Mika Kaiyamo, a prominent evangelist and the brother of Elia Kaiyamo, the Deputy Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration . He grew up in a Christian family. Kaiyamo attended school in Outjo and in Windhoek. In 1977, he enrolled at Augustineum Training College. In 1980, he enrolled at the "Academy for Tertiary Education", currently known as the Polytechnic of Namibia, for his tertiary education.