- Community engagement on budgeting and development processes- Chimanimani Urban
- Hon. Minister July Moyo meet with Chiefs, Councillors and some members of the civil protection committee from Chimanimani District
- Councillor T. Nyabanga of Ward 16 passes on.
- Devolution funds reconstructed Mhakwe Clinic, now in use after 20 years
- Child friendly centre at Ngangu Primary school as part of PSS
Avoid the risk of Covid 19
Chimanimani RDC wishes to advise all its residents, rate payers, clients and stakeholders that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is now a sad reality. During the lockdown
period, members of the public are advised to use our electronic platforms for services and payments in order to minimize as much as possible the need to visit council offices.
Contact Details are as follows:
Council Administration 0775820024
Roads, 0773248284/ 0776456
Payments, receipts, licensing 0773509887/ 0774033305
Ecocash payment: merchant code = 92176
The District is located in the South Eastern border of the country (Zimbabwe) grid reference VP6911. Chimanimani District is one of the smallest in the South East of Manicaland province, boarded by Mozambique in the east, Mutare District in the north, Buhera District in the west and Chipinge District in the south. It has an area of 3 450.14 square kilometres. The population of according to 2012 census stood at 134 939 (males 64 745, females 70194) is the smallest with density of 43.48 and 32 578 households.
In size, Chimanimani
Due to its geographical set up, Chimanimani district offers an array of investment opportunities ranging from agriculture, both consumptive and none consumptive, mining, tourism, solar and micro hydro power generation amongst others. Below is a list of potential projects one can invest in by
The United Nations Resident Coordinator, Mr. Bishow Parajuli together with Ambassadors accredited to Zimbabwe of Australia, Germany, India, Japan, South Africa, and United Kingdom conduced a field visit to ward 15, Chimanimani District. The team visited the Cyclone Idai hit area in the 28th of May 2019. The purpose of the visit was to assess the humanitarian response and progress on early recovery efforts on the ground. The assessment also included the work of UN
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