Omaheke Regional Council was established by the Regional Councils Act, No. 22 of 1992 . Our mandate is to govern and manage the Omaheke region through planning in all matters pertaining to social, economic and physical development for the inhabitants.
It is one of the fourteen regions in the Republic of Namibia. It is governed by elected representatives from all the seven constituencies in the region who together make up the Regional Council. Members of the Regional Council hold office for a period of five years from the date of election. Three of these members are elected to represent the Regional Council at the National Council. The Regional Council is headed by the Chairperson who holds office for a period of two and a half years and works closely with the Regional Governor.
The seat of the Omaheke region is in Gobabis, which is also the regional capital.
Switchboard: +264-62 566 500
Facsimile: +264-62 562 432
The Chief Regional Officer
Omaheke Regional Council
Private Bag 2227
99 Church Street, Goverment Building, GOBABIS
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