|Bubye River (Bubi)|
east of West Nicholson, Zimbabwe|
235 m (771 ft)
|River mouth||Limpopo River|
|Basin size||8,140 km2 (3,140 sq mi)|
The Bubye River, also known as Bubi River, is a tributary of the Limpopo River in Beitbridge District and Gwanda District, Zimbabwe. It rises about 40 kilometres (25 mi) to the northeast of West Nicholson in Matabeleland South, from where it flows southeast before joining the Limpopo about 25 kilometres (16 mi) west of the border with Mozambique. Its course forms part of the border between Mberengwa and Mwenezi districts.
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