Kadoma City Council Profile

Key Facts, Geographic And Demographic Highlights

Kadoma City is in Mashonaland West Province and located South West of Harare, the Capital   City. It is at 140km peg along the Harare-Bulawayo High­way and was founded in 1901, became a Municipality in 1917 and acquired city status in March 2000.

The City is surrounded by fertile red soils suitable for livestock production and crop farming as well as rich mineral deposits of gold. The city is virtually located at the heart of the nation and has excellent road, and rail network, in addition to the best telecommunication channels and superb facilities for conferencing in the form of Kadoma Hotel and Conferencing Centre and others.

City of Kadoma Summary

Kadoma City is in Mashonaland West Province and located South West of Harare, the Capital   City. It is at 140km peg along the Harare-Bulawayo High­way and was founded in 1901, became a Municipality in 1917 and acquired city status in March 2000.

The City is surrounded by fertile red soils suitable for livestock production and crop farming as well as rich mineral deposits of gold. The city is virtually located at the heart of the nation and has excellent road, and rail network, in addition to the best telecommunication channels and superb facilities for conferencing in the form of Kadoma Hotel and Conferencing Centre and others.

KEY FACTS, GEOGRAPHIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC HIGHLIGHTS

MUNICIPAL STATUS GRANTED IN                                     : 1917                  

CITY STATUS GRANTED IN                                                    : 2000                  

 POPULATION                                                                                 : +/-100 000 based on 2012 Census      

AREA (total surface area)                                                           :105km2                             

ALTITUDE                                                                                         : 1,183 above sea level

WATER SOURCES

Dam Storage Capacity                                                 • Claw Dam 67 343 Mega litres

• Pasi Dam 25 600 Mega litres

• Total capacity 92 943 Mega litres

Road Network

TARRED                                                              : 58,909km

EARTH AND GRAVEL                                   : 149,287km

Housing Units

LOW DENSITY                                                 :   7 000

MEDIUM DENSITY                                        :   3 000

HIGH DENSITY                                                : 14 000

Number of Schools (Private and Public)

SECONDARY                                                     : 17

PRIMARY                                                           : 19

VOCATIONAL                                                   : 1

Medical Facilities

NUMBER OF HOSPITALS                            `                               :1

NUMBER OF CLINICS                                                                    : 17

NUMBER OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS                                        : 2

Governance

WARDS                                                                                                : 17                       

COUNCILLORS                                                                                 : 17

Investment Opportunities
Project Name Description Location And Land Aspects
Commercial Business Tourism-Hotels, lodges and Wild Safari

Office accommodation

·         CBD on well serviced tarred roads, electricity and uninterrupted supply of water and quality sewer reticulation
Housing Development We have single quarters which needs to be turned into family units ·         Rimuka High density, there is uninterrupted water supply and electricity.
Transport & Communication Quality rail and road. All local telecommunication companies and courier service providers ·         Well serviced both tarred and gravel, roads, quality reception for both radio and television and boosters for all telecommunication companies in the country
Engineering Electronic engineering

Electronics manufacturing

Metal work

Automotive engineering and repairs

Building and construction

Borehole drilling

·         Vast tracks of land and factory shells for heavy industrial manufacturing
Mining Milling

Mineral refining

Geological services

·         Various deposits dotted around the city
Agriculture Horticulture and Market gardening

Farm implements

Fertilizer manufacturing and distribution

·         Vast tracks of agricultural land ready for occupation
Reasons to Invest In Kadoma
  • Land for both residential and commercial development

 

  • Competitive rates
  • Uninterrupted water supply
  • Reasonable plan approval fees
  • One stop shop
  • Public private partnerships
  • Accelerated decisions on investment matters
  • flexible building periods
  • Joint ventures
Contact Details

THE TOWN CLERK

BOX 460 FITT SQUARE

KADOMA

 

OTHER CONTACTS:

Town House: 22044-6

Rimuka Housing: 068 23985-6

Emergency: 06822443/06823206/0864409737 8/993/994

Fax: 068 22681

Toll-free: 08080129-31 Econet numbers

Website:  www.kadomacity.org.zw

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/City-of-kadoma-The-city-of-Gold