Omusati’s name comes from the Oshiwamo word ‘omusati’ which means ‘Mopane’. The northern part of this region is far more densely populated than the south, where the grazing is of poor quality and the water generally saline. This is predominantly an agricultural region in which mahangu is cultivated successfully.
The region is home to the Ruacana Falls. The waterfall is 120 meters high and 700 meters wide in full flood. It is among the largest waterfalls in Africa, both by volume and width.
Omusati is also home to the Omugulugombashe Heritage Site, where the Namibian struggle for independence started in 1966.
The capital of Omasuti is Outapi.
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