Liwale District was officially established on July 7, 1975 after being disbanded from Nachingwea due to the size of Nachingwea District. Prior to that, Liwale District was a Nachingwea District Division from 1961. Also in 1975, the District became the official Electoral Constituency where the first Member of Parliament was the late Retired Prime Minister Rashid Mfaume Kawawa.
Liwale is one of the five districts of the Lindi Region of Tanzania. It is the largest district in Lindi and one of the largest in districts in Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by the Pwani Region, to the east by the Kilwa District, to the south by the Ruangwa District and to the west by the Morogoro Region. Most of Liwale district is within the Nyerere National Park.According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Liwale District was 75,546.In April 2013, there was rioting in Liwale over the levels of payments made for cashew nuts. Police used tear gas and a helicopter to control the riots. Approximately 20 houses were burnt down
Liwale District was a Council in 1984. It became a Local Government Authority which had full powers as defined in the 1982 Establishment Act.
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- VILLAGE EXECUTIVE GRADE II – VACANCY (1)
- SPECIAL SECRETARY GRADE III – VACANCY (1)
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Application letters can be submitted directly to the Office of the Executive Director of Liwale District Council or sent to Executive Director of Liwale DC through [email protected] or the address below
Executive Director Liwale District
P.O. BOX 23,