District Administration supervises co-ordinates and monitors the operations of Government departments’ parastatals and co-operating Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and collaborates with the Local Authorities, which includes the formulation and implementation of development projects and programmes in developing the district. The District Administration is made up of the Council, Office of the District Commissioner (DC) and the traditional administration.
Kafue River is the Districts main water body.
Kafue lies at the eastern end of the floodplain where the river enters the Kafue Gorge and flows down the Zambezi Escarpment into the middle Zambezi rift valley.
According to the 2010 Zambia Census of Population and Housing, Kafue has a total population of 219,000 of which 108,939 are males and 110,061 are females.