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Marondera Rural District Council is a rural local authority established in terms of the Rural District Councils Act, Chapter 29:13. It is made up of twenty-three wards which include new resettlement areas (designated in the period 2000 to 2010) and large commercial farming areas (Wards 1 to 8 and Ward 23), small scale commercial farming areas (Ward 9), communal areas (Wards 10 to 20) and old resettlement areas (Wards 21 and 22). The district covers an area of 399,186 hectares and has a population of 116,985 (2012 national census). Before the independence of Zimbabwe in 1980 the area currently covered by Marondera Rural District Council was organised under different local government systems. The areas covered by wards 1 to 8 and 21 to 23 fell under what was called Marandellas Rural Council. This was a whites only council constituted to serve the interests of the white farming community in the area. Its main function was the maintenance of the road network in the white commercial farming area and hence it was popularly known as Marandellas Road Council.
The black African population on the other hand was under the control of African councils or district councils which were controlled by a white Native Commissioner. The main purpose for the establishment of the district councils was for the colonial government to control the African population. While the African population was required to pay various taxes to the government, the councils had very limited developmental functions.
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