The Centre of Governance Excellence for Socio-Economic Growth by 2030.
To provide first class service delivery and promote economic growth to enhance the quality of life of the residence of Chipinge town.
Chipinge town is domiciled in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe, 188 km from Mutare and 48km from the Mount Selinda Border post to Mozambique. In 2003 Chipinge Town Board was separated from the Chipinge Rural District to form Chipinge Town Council through the presidential proclamation number 18 of 2002, statutory instrument 310. The town comprises of eight wards.
Chipinge District is pre-dominantly occupied by the Ndau people, with a small portion of its southern tip occupied by the Shangani people.
The estimated population of the town, according to the District Central Statistics department, using an annual growth projection of 3% is 28,057 up from the 25,292 recorded in the 2012 national census. Chipinge District experiences all characteristics of 5 farming regions of Zimbabwe and this makes it one of the unique districts in Zimbabwe.
The administration department is responsible for the formulation of policies which are geared towards the:
The committee is responsible for regulating the following issues in accordance with the standing orders and by-laws:
Terms of reference of the committee
The Town Engineer is the Head of this Department and it deals with the waste water treatment section and water works section. The Department encompasses workshop section where all council vehicles are monitored and fire risks are managed through fire brigade section. The department is also responsible for approving plans, inspect building developments.
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