Vuyimeri bya Samora Machel

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swimitana swa Wanaheda

Vuyimeri byaSamora Machel  (khale ka Wanaheda Constituency) i vuyimeri bya Windhoek eKhomas Region exikarhi ka Namibia. vuyimeri lebyi byi kumeka loko u hundze swimitna swa mune swa Windhoek: Wanaheda, Greenwell Matongo, Goreangab, ni ndhawu ya Havana. Hi 2010 a ku ri ni Template:As of32,000 wa vaaki.[1]

Lava tshamaka eka vuyimeri lebyi a va na ntirho wo kongoma, va kuma swo tihanyisa  hi switirhwantirhwani swo kota  ti-shebeens ni ku hlantswa timovha. A nhlayo ya lava nga na HIV/AIDS yi le henhla.[1]

Ku cinca ka vito[Lulamisa | edit source]

The area which made up the constituency was named Wanaheda during colonial times and continued to be called it following its independence in 1990. It is an acronym for 'Wambos, Namas, Hereros and Damaras', the four peoples that were living here. In 2003, following governmental and public recommendations, it was renamed in honour of Mozambican President Samora Machel.[2]

Tipolitiki[Lulamisa | edit source]

The 2004 regional election was won by John Ya Otto Nankudhu of the SWAPO Party with 8,370 votes. Runners-up were Victoria Gawanas of the United Democratic Front (UDF, 594 votes), Fransiska Hipondoka of the Congress of Democrats (CoD, 475 votes), Gabriel Rukero of the National Unity Democratic Organisation (NUDO, 380 votes), and Adolf Kaurimuje of the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA, 201 votes).[3]

The 2015 regional election were also won by SWAPO whose Fanuel San Shivute gained 8,774 votes. Tuyenikelao Kanyiki (RDP) finished distant second with 1,078 votes.[4]

References[Lulamisa | edit source]

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  2. Constituency named after John Pandeni in The Namibian, 27 August 2008
  3. Samora Machel constituency Electoral Commission of Namibia
  4. "Regional Council Election Results 2015". Electoral Commission of Namibia. 3 December 2015. p. 10.