Beitbridge Rural District Council is situated in the southern tip of Matabeleland South Province, bordering South Africa to the south, Mozambique to the east Botswana to the west. Beitbridge District Council is divided into 15 wards with fifty eight villages and a total area coverage of 12 697 kilometres and that makes up 23 000 households.
Beitbridge district is one of the driest areas in Zimbabwe falling under agro-ecological Region V.
Despite this, Beitbridge district is the largest producer of cattle in the country. Beitbridge district is under the jurisdiction of Beitbridge Rural District Council, being the local authority that creates an enabling environment for development of the District and its people.
Water Reticulation At Lutumba New Stands
Beitbridge Culture Village
Amancimbi (Mopane worm) are a special part of the diet in rural areas and are considered a delicacy in cities,they are also a source of income for most households in the district
Beitbridge district has vast herds of cattle and goat ,due to low rainfall patterns farmers plant small grains such as millet ,sorghum
Gold ,Diamonds and Coal are some of the minerals which are found in the district.
The district has large number of wildlife from Elephant,Leopards,Kudu,Eland which resulted in a large number of tourist visiting the district for trophy hunting
Beitbridge Rural District Council in partnership with Three Ways Safaris donated 40 Samsung Galaxy Tab4 Tablets to Chitulipasi Secondary School on the 2nd of August 2016 in line with the government policy of steamatising learners .i.e. teaching and learning of science...read more
The Councillor of Ward 7 Cllr. F Muleya, Acting CEO of Beitbridge Rural District Council and members of the community at the commisioning of the 50km long 500kvA single phase Electrical line from Ndambe to Swereki on the 23rd of June 2016. This electrical line will...read more
Beitbridge Rural District Council Acting Chief Executive Officer giving a speech at the ODF celebration at Tshovholani village in Ward...read more
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