Omaheke region has seven constituencies, namely Aminuis, Gobabis, Epukiro, Kalahari, Okorukambe, Otjinene and Otjombinde, each headed by an elected Regional Councillor. The region has one town, Gobabis, which is 200 km from the capital city, Windhoek and which serves as the regional capital. Three proclaimed villages, namely Leonardville (Aminuis Constituency), Otjinene (Otjinene Constituency), and Witvlei (Okorukambe Constituency) and eight recognised traditional authorities from different communities who advise the President on communal land and traditional matters, exist in the region.
Furthermore, the region has seven settlements, i.e. Aminuis and Corridor 13 (Aminuis Constituency), Buitepos (Kalahari Constituency), Epukiro Pos 3 (Epukiro Constituency), Omitara and Summerdown (Okorukambe Constituency) and Tallismanus (Otjombinde Constituency).
Gobabis Constituency has the majority of the population in the region (20 993) while Epukiro is the least populated (6 106). Okorukambe is the largest in terms of surface area (19 000 km2) while Kalahari is smallest.
Constituencies Settlements Local Authorities