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/Mr Rameck Defe
Mr Rameck Defe

Position: Lecturer

Department: Accounting Sciences
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Qualifications

  • Bsc Honours Geography and Environmental Studies
  • Master of Philosophy (MPhiL) in Geography.

  Publications

  1. Mavugara, R., Matsa, M. and Defe, R., 2024. Performance assessment of Mabula municipal wastewater plant: Zvishavane town, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, p.103575.
  2. Takunda Shabani · Rameck Defe · Roberta Mavugara· Oshneck Mupepi (2024 ·Tapiwa Shabani1 Application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) in solid waste management in Southern Africa: a review
  3. Defe, R. and Matsa, M., 2024. The significance of stakeholder engagement towards building sustainable climate smart villages in Mwenezi District. Environmental Challenges, p.100855.
  4. Roberta Mavugara, Mark Matsa and Rameck Defe, (2023) Enhancing Optimal Resource Recovery from Municipal Wastewater Sludge: Selection of Appropriate Waste to Energy Technologies for Zvishavane Urban, Zimbabwe
  5. Makuvaro Veronica, Defe Rameck, Matsa Makomborero Mark, Mapfungautsi Rungano, Muchianga Nyasha,  (2022) Enhancing disaster risk reduction through adoption of climate smart initiatives in marginal communities of southern Zimbabwe: Elsevier Journal of Environmental Challenges, Volume 9, 100637. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envc.2022.100637  
  6. Matsa, M., Shuche, C., Musasa, T. and Defe, R., (2022). Surface water distribution challenges and elephant impacts on woody species in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. Tropical Ecology, pp.1-11.
  7. Matsa, M.M., Mazire, F., Musasa, T. and Defe, R., (2022). Health and safety issues within artisanal and small-scale gold mining: a case for Penhalonga, Ward 21 Mutasa District, Zimbabwe. African Geographical Review, 41(1), pp.93-107.
  8. Defe, R., and Matsa., M (2021). Resilience Building Initiatives to Counter Shocks and Stressors Affecting Rural Communities in Chiredzi District, Zimbabwe. Journal of Environmental change in Africa and the Middle East. 10.1007/978-3-319-45648-5
  9. Defe, R., and Matsa., M (2021). The contribution of climate smart interventions to enhance sustainable livelihoods in Chiredzi District. Journal of Social Ecological Systems
  10. Matsa, M., Alick, A, Musasa T., Defe, R. (2021) Public-Private Partnerships on Water and Sanitation Issues in Small Towns: Case of Mvurwi, Zimbabwe, Springer Nature Switzerland, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5_4256-1
  11. Matsa, M.M., Mazire, F., Musasa, T. and Defe, R., (2020). Health and safety issues within artisanal and small-scale gold mining: a case for Penhalonga, Ward 21 Mutasa District, Zimbabwe. African Geographical Review. DOI: 10.1080/19376812.2020.1850300
  12. Matsa, M., Mupepi, O, Musasa T., Defe, R. (2020) A GIS and remote sensing aided assessment of land use/cover changes in resettlement areas; a case of ward 32 of Mazowe district, Zimbabwe. Journal of Environmental Management;  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111312
  13. Matsa, M., Zhou, B., Mupepi, O, Defe, R., Musasa T., (2020) Occupational safety and health hazards associated with rehabilitation of sewer reticulation plants; A case of drawcard construction company sites in Redcliff, Zimbabwe, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management. 13(5): 597 – 607, 2020. doi: https://ejesm.org/doi/v13i5.8
  14. Marambanyika, T., Sakarombe, S., Musasa, T., Defe, R (2020) Biogas technology adoption as an alternative source of energy in Domboshava communal area of Zimbabwe: Benefits and Challenges. Journal of Geographical Research, 3(3), 23 -32.
  15. Marambanyika, T., Begede, L., Musasa, T., Defe, R (2020) The role of pre-task risk assessment in accident prevention at a mine in the Midlands Province of Zimbabwe. The Dyke Journal, 14 (1)

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