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RIVER POLLUTION IN THE CITY OF MUTARE (ZIMBABWE) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Mapira2012RIVERPI,
  title={RIVER POLLUTION IN THE CITY OF MUTARE (ZIMBABWE) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT},
  author={Jemitias Mapira},
  year={2012}
}
This article discusses the problem of river pollution in Mutare (Zimbabwe) in the light of the city’s quest for sustainable development (SD). This is done through an examination of the main causes and impacts of the problem as well as strategies, which have been adopted in the past. Although its main source of water (Pungwe River in Nyanga) is not under threat, the pollution of the Sakubva River, which passes through the city, is a hazard to downstream communities such as Dora. The paper is… 

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