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Oshakati is a town of 37,000 inhabitants in the Oshana Region of Namibia. It is the regional capital and was officially founded in July 1966. The city was used as a base of operations by the South African Defence Force during the South African Border War and Namibian War of Independence. Oshakati is considered to be the largest town and capital of the northern area known as Ovamboland.

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Google previewEvaluation of Innovative Land Tools in Sub-Saharan Africa (2014)

Three Cases from a Peri-Urban Context by P. van Asperen

Oshakati is a small town in northern Namibia. The main characteristics of Namibia have been...

Google previewLocal case studies in African land law

Oshakati means center in the local ...

Google previewThis is Namibia (2000)

by Gerald S. Cubitt, Peter Joyce

Oshakati is an important light industrial and commercial ...

Google previewWorld Terrorism: An Encyclopedia of Political Violence from Ancient Times to the Post-9/11 Era (2015)

An Encyclopedia of Political Violence from Ancient Times to the Post-9/11 Era by James Ciment

On February 19, 1988, the insurgents exploded a bomb in a bank at Oshakati, in Ovamboland, killing twenty-one civilians. In 1988, the Soviet Union and the ...

Google previewChildren's Illustrated Encyclopedia (2016)

by DK

N'Dalatando Malanje Saurimo Luena Pemba Chimoio Masvingo Xai-Xai Serowe Mochudi Molepolole Ghanzi Maun Keetmanshoop Mariental Oshakati Rundu Tsumeb Grootfontein Gobabis N'Giva Menongue Benguela Sumbe Livingstone ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Contemporary Politics of Southern Africa (2015)

by Gwyneth Williams, Brian Hackland

refugees abducted by the South Africans in 1978 were held, the Onuno camp, where people were held in a fenced enclosure without shelter or blankets, and the military detention centres at Grootfontein, Ondangua, Oshikango and Oshakati.

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1997)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

Chief towns: Windhoek, Oshakati, Rehoboth. History: Long inhabited by indigenous peoples, among them, the San and later, the Khoikhoi; explored by Portuguese late 15th cent.; visited variously by British and Germans mid- 19th cent.; ...


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Hussain in Oshakati

Hussain Baseer, Senior Public Health Advisor, with a young woman and girl at a village in Oshakati.

Photo credit: CDC Global Health

Scrabble value of O1S1H4A1K5A1T1I1

The value of this 8-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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