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Busega District Council-Simiyu, Tanzania

Busega District Council is one of the five districts of Simiyu Region of Tanzania, East Africa. Its administrative centre is the town of Nyashimo. It is bordered to the north by Lake Victoria and Bunda District, to the east by Bariadi District, and to the south by Magu District.
As of 2012, the population of Busega was 203,597. Busega was established in 2012, when it was split off from Magu District and became part of the newly established Simiyu Region.
Busega district is connected by two well-maintained and paved national trunk roads. The Mwanza-Musoma highway (trunk road T4) runs through the district from south to north.[3] The highway that connects Shinyanga Region and Mara Region (trunk road T36) branches of the Musoma-Mwanza road in the town of Lamadi in Busega District and passes through the regional capital Bariadi.
Because of its proximity to the western ‘Ndabaka’ gate of Serengeti National Park there are several lodges in the northern part of Busega District, that provide accommodation to tourists who visit the park.
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Wards
As of 2012, Busega District Council was administratively divided into 13 wards.
2012 wards
The 15 wards in 2012:
Badugu
Igalukilo
Kabita
Kalemela
Kiloleli
Lamadi
Lutubiga
Malili
Mkula
Mwamanyili
Ngasamo
Nyaluhande
Shigala
Nyashimo Ward
Imalamate
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