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Regions of Namibia

Namibian Regions
Category Unitary State
Location Republic of Namibia
Number 14
Populations 70,800 (Omaheke) – 340,900 (Khomas)
Areas 3,339 square miles (8,650 km2) (Oshana) – 62,361 square miles (161,510 km2) (ǁKaras Region)
Government Region Government, National government
Subdivisions Constituencies
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  2. ^ Namibia at GeoHive
  3. ^ "Namibia's Population by Region". Election Watch (Institute for Public Policy Research) (1): 3. 2013. 


See also

# Region Capital Population (2011 census)[2] Area (km²)[3] !! Population density
1 Zambezi Region Katima Mulilo 90,596 14,785 6.1
2 Erongo Region Swakopmund 150,809 63,539 2.4
3 Hardap Region Mariental 79,507 109,781 0.7
4 ǁKaras Region Keetmanshoop 77,421 161,514 0.5
5 Kavango East Region Rundu 115,447 25,576
6 Kavango West Region Nkurenkuru 107,905 23,166
7 Khomas Region Windhoek 342,141 36,964 9.2
8 Kunene Region Opuwo 86,856 115,260 0.8
9 Ohangwena Region Eenhana 245,446 10,706 22
10 Omaheke Region Gobabis 71,233 84,981 0.8
11 Omusati Region Outapi 243,166 26,551 9.1
12 Oshana Region Oshakati 176,674 8,647 20
13 Oshikoto Region Omuthiya 181,973 38,685 4.7
14 Otjozondjupa Region Otjiwarongo 143,903 105,460 1.4


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