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Halmashauri ya Wilaya Msalala ilianza rasmi kutekeleza bajeti yake tarehe 01/07/2013 baada ya kutangazwa katika Gazeti la Serikali la tarehe 31/08/2012 kwa GN Na. 286 kuwa Mamlaka kamili ya Halmashauri ya Wilaya Msalala. Halmashauri ya Msalala ilianzishwa baada ya Halmashauri ya Wilaya ya Kahama kugawanyika na hivyo kuzaa Halmashauri ya Ushetu na Halmashauri ya Msalala.
Wenyeji wa Halmashauri
Wenyeji wa Halmashauri ya wilaya ya Ushetu ni wa Makabila ya Wasukuma, Wasumbwa na Wanyamwezi. makabila mengine ni kama Waha, Wahangaza na Wasubwa.
Halmashauri ya Msalala imepakana na Mkoa wa Geita kwa upande wa Kaskazini na Kusini imepakana na mkoa wa Tabora, upande wa magharibi imepakana na Wilaya ya Shinyanga Vijijini na Halmashauri ya Mji wa Kahama.
The district borders Geita region to the north and to the south it borders with Tabora region. To the west, the district borders with Shinyanga district and to the west it borders Kahama Town Council. Administratively Msalala district has 2 Division, 16 Wards, 82 Villages and 322 Sub-villages. The district occupies an area of 263,520.2 hectares (2,635.52 km2) which is equivalent to 5.2% of the total area of Shinyanga region i.e 50,781 km².
According to the 2012 Population and Housing Census Msalala district had 250,727 people out of which 122,234 were males and 128,493 were females.
There are 87 primary schools in the district out of which 85 are government schools and 2 are privately owned. There are 51,295 pupils in government primary schools out of which 25,188 are boys and 26,107 are girls. In private schools there are 257 pupils of which 124 are boys and 133 are girls. The district has 14 government secondary schools.
There are two (2) Government Rural Health Centres and 16 Government Dispensaries in the district. The district has no hospital.
The district has 5 water piped scheme (2 under construction), 295 shallow-wells, 18 deep-wells.
The total road-network in the district is 715 km of which 25 km are tarmac road, 205 km are gravel and 485 km are earth-feeder roads.