|• Governor||James Uerikua|
|• Total||105,460 km2 (40,720 sq mi)|
|• Density||1.4/km2 (3.5/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (CAT)|
medium · 6th
The region comprises seven constituencies:
Economy and infrastructure
The farming activities of Okahandja and Otjiwarongo are homogenous as these parts are well known for cattle farming. The Otavi and Grootfontein districts, and to a lesser extent also Otjiwarongo, are the granary of Namibia. The region also has a great potential to establish industries connected with such farming activities and by-products of it. It further has the advantage of combining communal and commercial farming in the same region.
A landmark within this region is the Waterberg Plateau Park. Twenty four kilometres west of Grootfontein lies the huge Hoba meteorite. At over 60 tons, it is the largest known meteorite on Earth, as well as being the largest naturally occurring mass of iron known to exist on the planet's surface.
- Omaheke – southeast
- Khomas – south
- Erongo – southwest
- Kunene – northwest
- Oshikoto – north
- Kavango – northeast
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