Oshana is one of only three regions in Namibia without either a coastline or a foreign border. Its capital is Oshakati.
Oshana describes the most prominent landscape feature in the area, namely the shallow, seasonally inundated depressions which underpin the local agro ecological system.
Cattle also do well here and herds are extensive. The area is far more densely populated in the north, which is linked to Tsumeb and other regions by the high quality trunk road.
The southern portion of Oshana is an extensive savannah plain stretching as far as the Etosha Pan, but the generally high salinity of soil and water render it unsuitable for grazing or cultivation.
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