|• Headman||Nation Nashikaku|
|Elevation||3,583 ft (1,092 m)|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (South African Standard Time)|
Oshivelo is a settlement in northern Namibia.
Transport and infrastructure
Oshivelo has a clinic that in 2014 was refurbished and named after Catherine Bullen, a woman that died here in 2002 due to inadequate facilities.
In early 2005, the new Northern Railway reached Oshivelo with a 89 kilometres (55 mi) section from Tsumeb. By mid-2006, it had reached Ondangwa, and. A train service known as the Omugulugwombashe Star traveled weekly on this track until the locomotives broke down after a few rounds of service.
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