Mtshabezi River

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The Mtshabezi River where it flows through Gwanda.
Piper diagram of water samples from the Mtshabezi River, 2006, showing the river chemistry to be dominated by carbonates. Data source:[1]

The Mtshabezi River is a tributary of the Thuli River in southern Zimbabwe.


  1. ^ Love, D.; Moyce, W.; Ravengai, S. (2006). "Livelihood challenges posed by water quality in the Mzingwane and Thuli river catchments, Zimbabwe" (PDF). 7th WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA Symposium, Lilongwe, Malawi. Retrieved 2008-06-20. 

Coordinates: 21°01′34″S 28°50′55″E / 21.0262°S 28.8487°E / -21.0262; 28.8487