Namibia now has 14 regions. Each of the 14 regions in Namibia is further subdivided into electoral constituencies. The size of the constituencies varies with the size and population of each region. There are currently 121 constituencies in Namibia. The most populous constituency is Walvis Bay Urban in the Erongo region; the least populous is Walvis Bay Rural.
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The Kavango Region was split into two regions, namely Kavango East and Kavango West, while the Caprivi Region will be renamed Zambezi Region and the Karas Region changes to !Karas Region, following recommendations by this Commission.
The 14 new constituencies are Opuwo Rural, with the constituency centre at Otuani in the Kunene Region; Ondangwa Urban, with the constituency centre in Ondangwa (Oshana Region); Oshikunde, with the centre in Omutwewomunu (Ohangwena Region); Nehale IyaMpingana, with the centre at Okoloti (Oshikoto Region); Ndonga Linena, with the centre at Ndonga Linena (Kavango East Region); Judea Lyaboloma, with the centre at Sangwali (Zambezi Region); Kabbe South, with the centre at Nakabolelwa (Zambezi Region); Aranos, with the centre at the village of Aranos (Hardap Region); Daweb, with the centre at Maltahohe (Hardap Region); and Karasburg West, with the centre at Noordoewer (!Karas Region).
The Kavango West Region now has four more constituencies, being Nkurenkuru, with the centre at Nkurenkuru; Tondoro, with the centre at Mburuuru; Mankumpi, with the centre at Satotwa; and Ncamangoro, with the centre at Ncamangoro.
The Luderitz Constituency has been renamed #Naminus Constituency, which was the original name of that area, while the Steinhausen Constituency was renamed Okarukambe Constituency.
The boundaries of a number of constituencies were also adjusted in the regions of Omusati, Oshana, Ohangwena, Zambezi, Kavango East, Kavango West, Oshikoto, Otjozondjupa, Khomas, Hardap and !Karas.
The area of Schuckmanburg has also been renamed Luhonono, which was the original name of the area.