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The Oranjemund Town Council was established in 2012, after the Namibian Government declared
and proclaimed Oranjemund as a town in 2011.

In accordance to the Local Authority Act (Act 23 of 1992), the Oranjemund Town Council is mandated to develop the town and to uplift and maintain the community’s living standards by providing municipal services.

Council’s Vision is shared by three aspects namely the community, the Council as a driver, the local stakeholders, which is the business community and our strategic directions resonate and anchored in three areas of focus namely Transfer, Transition and Transform. These focus areas are guiding principles to create a sense of belonging in the community, to conserve the environment, to integrate into the broader region and to diversify the economy, therefore Council continually thrives to inform and involve key stakeholders to be part of the journey to transform and shape the sustainable growth and development of the town of Oranjemund.

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News & Announcements

Through our news and announcements, we hope to keep you engaged yet inspired as we share Oranjemunds transform journey with you.

BUSINESS CREATIVES COME TOGETHER TO PITCH THEIR IDEAS FOR FUNDING

The aim for this programme is to support and develop new and existing SMEs within Oranjemund. This specific programme will...
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Oranjemund in the spotlight

Explorer Kate Leeming sets out to make the first bicycle journey down Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, where the Namib Desert meets...
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OMDIS FARMER’S MARKET SOWS FESTIVITY AMOUNGST OUR COMMUNITY.

OMDis hosted their first Farmers Market on the 27 th of February 2021 in Oranjemund. The aim is to promote...
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OMD TINY ART GALLERY, A PLACE TO LEAVE AND TAKE ART FOR FREE.

Local Artist Aurelia Sieberhagen presents her art initiative ‘OMD Tiny Art Gallery’. The gallery is one of the world’s smallest...
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AMBROSIUS AMUTENYA PRIMARY SCHOOL LEARNS THROUGH GROWING FOOD

Ambrosius Amutenya Primary School’s (AAPS) Agriculture school project under the name Project Pamwe (“together” in Herero) is back and breaking...
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OMDis shining a new light on Oranjemund’s Tourism

The iconic National Geographic yellow frame can be found at the edge of our picturesque Orange River mouth.
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