Leaving Gurué District, the river forms the border between Namarroi and Ile and then the southern border of Lugela District before entering Mocuba District. At the city of Mocuba, the Licungo is joined by the Lugela river flowing from near the border with Malawi. The river then forms the border between Namacurra and Maganja da Costa districts.
In 2018, the basin is the focus of mapping initiative by the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC) , supported by the World Food Programme . The basin has also been assessed by the Dutch Risk Reduction team .
Agricultural areas include the Munda Munda plain  and Sena sugar estates.
- Kariba warns that floodgates will open this week Mozambique News Agency
- "País dividido: Águas do rio Licungo inundam distrito de Mocuba". infodiario.co.mz (in Portuguese).
- "Vale de lágrimas na bacia do Licungo". www.jornaldomingo.co.mz (in Portuguese).
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