Rehoboth Town Overview

The Rehoboth Town Council is governed in terms of the Local Authorities Act (Act 23 of 1992). Over and above the Act, Rehoboth Town Council’s operations are guided by the formulated Vision, Mission and Values. Focused solely on service delivery, the Council plays a critical role in underpinning economic growth and improvements in people’s lives.


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Rehoboth is located 90 km south of the capital Windhoek with approximately 40 000 inhabitants (this include the immediate surrounding, rural community). The Town enjoys a strategic location on the national highway, untapped natural resources, including tourism and eco-tourism potential, low cost for land, business properties and a potential market.

 Public amenities include a public hospital, primary and secondary schools and a district court with a resident magistrate. The Oanob Dam, approximately six kilometres from Rehoboth, supplies the town with fresh water. The majority of the population consists of Basters.

Our Core Values

Integrity We fulfil the promise of our mission
through behaviour that reflects
honesty, responsibility, and fairness.
Stakeholder satisfaction outcomes and; Customer complaints management.
Transparency Our decisions are overt and not open to criticism. Information on our services will be made available to the public.
Innovation We will continuously evaluate and assess our processes and systems in providing innovative, quality services and practical interventions. Problems solved through business process reengineering and other innovative solutions.
Unity We are one institution, one team. We believe that succeeding as one organisation is as important as succeeding independently.

Employee Satisfaction Survey outcomes and team coherence.

Accountability We are responsive and transparent to the public in our roles, functions and actions. Stakeholder satisfaction outcomes through stakeholder feedback.