Kharumwa is a town in Geita region of North Western Tanzania, East Africa. It is the administrative centre for Nyang’hwale district. Prior to 2012, Kharumwa was part of Geita district under Mwanza region.
Nyang’hwale district is one of the five districts of Geita region of Tanzania. Its administrative centre is the village of Kharumwa. It is bordered to the North by Sengerema district, to the East by Misungwi district and Shinyanga rural district, to the South by Kahama district and to the West by Geita district.
As per data of 2012, the population of Nyang’hwale was 148,320. Nyang’hwale was established in 2012, when it was split from Geita district and became part of the newly established Geita region.