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Tunduru District Council-Ruvuma, Tanzania

Tunduru District Council is one of the six (6) districts of Ruvuma Region. The district was established in 1905 during the colonial period when the German government built a fort in the Kadewele area near the present Revenue Authority (TRA) building.
Area
Tunduru District covers an area of ​​18,778 square kilometers. Also, the District has 7 Divisions, 39 Wards, 157 Villages, 1,166 Suburbs and 2 Electoral Constituencies (North Tunduru and South Tunduru). The district has 53 Honorable Councilors (39 Nominees, 14 Special Seats), and 3 Honorable Members of Parliament (2 Nominees and 1 Special Seats).
Tunduru District is between 36 ° 30 ’and 38 ° Longitude towards the East, 10 ° 15’ and 11 ° 45 ’South Latitude.
To the north Tunduru District borders Liwale District (Lindi).
To the west it borders Namtumbo District.
East borders Nachingwea District (Lindi) and Masasi (Mtwara).
The South is bordered by the People’s Republic of Mozambique where the Ruvuma River forms a permanent border between Tanzania and Mozambique.
In 2002, the population of the Tunduru District was 247,976
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Tunduru District Council is administratively divided into seven divisions and twenty-four wards.
Divisions
The divisions are:
Namsakata
Nampungu
Nalasi
Matemanga
Nakapanya
Lukumbule
Mlingoti
Wards
The wards are:
Kalulu
Kidodoma
Ligoma
Ligunga
Lukumbule
Marumba
Matemanga
Mbesa
Mchesi
Mchoteka
Mindu
Misechela
Mlingoti Magharibi (West)
Mlingoti Mashariki (East)
Mtina
Muhuwesi
Nakapanya
Nalasi
Namasakata
Nampungu
Namwinyu
Nandembo
Ngapa
Tuwemacho
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