Synonyms for rundu or Related words with rundu

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Examples of "rundu"
The region was subdivided into nine electoral constituencies: Mpungu, Kahenge, Kapako, Rundu Rural West, Rundu Urban, Rundu Rural East, Mashare, Ndiyona, and Mukwe.
Rundu Airport is an airport serving Rundu, the capital of the Kavango Region in Namibia. The airport is southwest of the center of Rundu.
Rundu State Hospital is a government hospital in Rundu, Namibia. Containing 300 beds, it was remodeled from 1991 to 1997.
Rundu Chiefs FC is a Namibian football club from Rundu. They play in the country's highest division, the Namibia Premier League.
Rundu Rural East is an electoral constituency in the Kavango East Region of Namibia. It is located east of Rundu, one of Namibia's largest cities.
The Apostolic Vicariate of Rundu () is a Roman Catholic apostolic vicariate in Namibia (southwestern Africa). Its cathedral episcopal see is St. Mary's in the city of Rundu.
Rundu Rural West is an electoral constituency in the Kavango East Region of Namibia. It is located west of Rundu, one of Namibia's largest cities. Kasote and Sauyemwa are settlements in the constituency. Sauyemwea is an informal settlement located from Rundu, and Kasote is away from Rundu, both towards the west. Most of the residents of the constituency live in informal housing, which includes housing made of bricks or corrugated iron.
Currently the team plays at the 500 capacity Rundu Stadium.
Rundu Urban is a political constituency in the Kavango East region of Namibia. It covers the urban area of Rundu, one of Namibia's largest cities. The constituency also covers parts of the Sauyemwa, Safari, Tutungeni, Katutura, Donkerhoek and Kehemu neighborhoods.
Rundu Airport, mostly used for tourism and cargo, is southwest of the town.
Bunya is a village located 45 kilometers west of Rundu, Namibia.
There are five tertiary Institutions in Rundu, namely the Rundu College of Education, the Institute of Open Learning (IOL), the Rundu Vocational Training Centre, the Namibia College of Open Learning (NAMCOL) and Triumphant College. The University of Namibia and Polytechnic of Namibia both maintain centres that provide support for students who are studying on distance. There are six secondary schools in the town: Rundu Secondary School, Dr. Alpo Mbamba Secondary School, Dr. Romanus Kampungu Secondary School, Elias Neromba Senior Secondary School, Noordgrens, and Kamunoko Secondary School.
There is a particular dearth of north-south roads in the Region, apart from the Rundu-Grootfontein main road. Rundu has a small airstrip to accommodate medium-sized tourist or cargo aircraft in daylight only. The poor condition of the roads and the long distances had a negative effect on tourism; this situation was improved by the completion of the Trans–Caprivi Highway. A major highway connecting Rundu to western Kavango and the Ohangwena Region is under construction.
Ambrosius Haingura, a prominent internal SWAPO organizer prior to independence, was elected to represent Rundu Urban.
Rundu is governed by a Town Council that has seven seats.
There was a particular dearth of north-south roads in the Region, apart from the Rundu-Grootfontein main road. Rundu has a small airstrip to accommodate medium-sized tourist or cargo aircraft in daylight only. The poor condition of the roads and the long distances had a negative effect on tourism; this situation was improved by the completion of the Trans–Caprivi Highway. A major highway connecting Rundu to western Kavango and the Ohangwena Region is under construction.
Rundu is growing rapidly. The 2001 census counted 36,964 inhabitants; and for the 2011 census it has climbed to 63,430.
The Rundu non-directional beacon (Ident: MJ) is located north of the airport, across the border in Angola.
Since 1993, its St. Mary's Cathedral is the episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Apostolic Vicariate of Rundu.
Rundu Senior Secondary School is a school in Rundu, Namibia. Built in 1967, it is one of the biggest and oldest schools in the region and has approximately 1,000 students. Many of the successful people in the country and region went to RSSS like John Mutorwa, Sebastiaan Kantema and many more.