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Don't push the river, it flows by itself (Polish Proverb)

The Pungwe River flows from the Eastern Highlands in Zimbabwe into Mozambique and drains into the Indian Ocean. The river basin, with its abundant water resources, offers considerable potential for economic grow.
Published in Mozambique Coast

The Incomati basin is shared by Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland. These riparian states establised in 1983 the "Tripartite Permanent Technical Committee" (TPTC) to agree on water use in the shared watercourses enabling sustainable development.

Published in Incomati (Komati)

The Save/Sabi River rises as the Sabi south of Harare and flows southeast from the Zimbabwean highveld to its confluence with the Odzi. It then turns south, drops over the Chivirira Falls, and is joined by the Lundi at the Mozambique border. The river continues as the Save, following an east-northeasterly course to its mouth near Mambone on the Mozambique Channel of the Indian Ocean.

Published in Save

The Maputo basin is shared by Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland and includes the tributaries Pongola and Usuthu Rivers and the estuary. These riparian states establised in 1983 the "Tripartite Permanent Technical Committee" (TPTC) to agree on water use in the shared watercourses enabling sustainable development.

Published in Maputo

The Buzi River flows eastwards through the Manica and Sofala provinces of Mozambique. It then empties after 250km to the Mozambique Channel west of Beira, forming an estuary.

Published in Buzi
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