Tsandi (Oshiwambo: that which is at the center) is a village in the Omusati Region of northern Namibia and the district capital of the Tsandi electoral constituency. It is a former mission station of the Finnish Missionary Society. It is situated on the main road MR123 (Outapi - Tsandi - Okahao).
Tsandi is the residential place of the Uukwaluudhi royal homestead. It is also the trade center for the whole constituency and one of the oldest villages in the Uukwaluudhi kingdom. Tsandi Lodge is out of town in the direction of Outapi.
Tsandi is governed by a village council that has five seats. Omusati Region, to which Tsandi belongs, is a stronghold of Namibia's ruling SWAPO party. For the 2015 local authority election no opposition party nominated a candidate, and SWAPO won all five seats uncontested.
SWAPO also won the 2020 local authority election. It obtained 261 votes and gained four seats. The Independent Patriots for Change (IPC), an opposition party formed in