About

Welcome to Nyanga RDC

who are we

Nyanga Rural District Council is a local authority and body corporate established in terms of the Rural District Council Act (Chapter 29:13). The Rural District Council came into being in July 1993 following the amalgamation of the former Nyanga Rural Council and the then Nyanga District Council. The Council area is made up of 31 wards each of which is represented by an elected councillor. Of the current 31 councillors of Nyanga District who were voted into office in the harmonised elections held on 31st July 2013, seven (7) of them are females. As a result, the Nyanga Rural District Council is proud to be among the few local authorities with the highest number of female councillors in Manicaland Province. Nyanga Rural District Council covers an area of 5 897,82 km2,of which 28% falls under natural region 1 while 24% falls under Natural Region 2. The rest of the district falls in natural regions 3, 4 and 5. The Rural District Council shares borders with Mutasa RDC in the south, Mudzi RDC in the north, Makoni RDC in the west and Mozambique in the east. As at the last census held in August 2012, Nyanga District had a total population of 125,688 people of whom 65,667 (or 52,25%) were females while 60,021 (or 47,75%) were males.

Wards and Councillors

The Council area is made up of 31 wards each of which is represented by an elected Councillor. Of the current 31 councillors of Nyanga District who were voted into office in the harmonised elections held on 31st July 2013, seven (7) of them are females. As a result, the Nyanga Rural District Council is proud to be among the few local authorities with the highest number of female Councillors in Manicaland Province

Goegraphical Location

Nyanga Rural District Council covers an area of 5 897,82 km2,of which 28% falls under Natural Region 1 while 24% falls under Natural Region 2. The rest of the District falls in Natural Regions 3, 4 and 5. The Rural District Council shares borders with Mutasa RDC in the South, Mudzi RDC in the North, Makoni RDC in the West and Mozambique in the East. Nyanga district is also well-known for its beautiful scenery and breathtaking tourist attractions. These tourist attractions include the following: Nyanga National Park; Nyanga Rhodes Museum; Mt Inyangani; Pungwe Falls and Scenic; Mutarazi Falls; Nyangombe Falls; Ziwa Ruins and World’s View.

Population

As at the last Census held in August 2012, the Nyanga Rural District Council had a total population of 125 688 people of whom 65 667 (or 52,25%) were females while 60 021 (or 47,75%) were males.

What makes Nyanga NYANGA

  • OUR VISION

    TA beacon of service delivery and corporate governance by 2030.

  • OUR MISSION

    To deliver municipal and rural services to uplift the living standards of the people of Nyanga.

  • OUR VALUES

    Accountability,Commitment,Professionalism,Transparency,Integrity
    Teamwork,Patriotism

Our Mandate

  • Constitution (Amendment No. 20 Of 2013) of Zimbabwe
  • Rural District Councils Act (Chapter 29:13
  • Regional Town and Country Planning Act [29:12]
  • Traditional Leaders Act [Chapter 29:17]
  • Respect for human life
  • Respect for human liberty and economic independence
  • Provincial Councils and Administration Act
  • Shop Licences Act
  • Liquor Act
  • Road Traffic Act
  • Finance Act
  • Communal Lands Act
  • Burial and Cremation Act
  • Public Finance Management Acts
  • Environementa ACt
  • Mines and Minerals
  • Public Health Act
  • Traditional beer Act
  • Water Act
  • Model Building By-Laws
  • Land Survey Act
  • Education Act

Meet Our Team

Our entire team is committed to the success of each and every project. We are proud of the outstanding effort that each Krusinski Construction Company associate contributes.