Mtetengwe River

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False colour composite satellite image showing the Mzingwane River in the centre and the Mtetengwe River is the last tributary that flows into that river on its east bank (right of this image).

The Mtetengwe River is a tributary of the Mzingwane River in Beitbridge District, Zimbabwe. There are two dams on its tributaries: Tongwe Dam on the Tongwe River, which provides water for an irrigation scheme, and Giraffe Dam which supplies water for cattle.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Love, D., Khosa, S., Mul, M., Uhlenbrook, S. and van der Zaag, P. (2008). "Modelling upstream–downstream interactions using a spreadsheet–based water balance model: two cases from the Limpopo Basin". In Humphreys, E., Bayot, R.C., van Brakel, M., Gichuki, F., Svendsen, M., Wester, P., Huber-Lee, A., Cook, S., Douthwaite, B., Hoanh, C.T., Johnson, N., Nguyen-Khoa, S., Vidal, A. and MacIntyre, I. Fighting Poverty Through Sustainable Water Use: Proceedings of the CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food 2nd International Forum on Water and Food, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, November 10–14 2008, IV. The Challenge Program on Water and Food, Colombo. pp. 15–21. ISBN 978-92-990053-2-3. 

Coordinates: 22°00′S 29°56′E / 22.000°S 29.933°E / -22.000; 29.933