T Nyamugure

T NyamugureContact
Phone 0778371588
E-mail: tnyamugure@buse.ac.zw, vamugure@gmail.com


  • MSc Environmental Science (Environmental Economics)  (Wageningen University)
  • Bachelor of Environmental Science Hons degree in Forestry (Bindura University, Zimbabwe)
  • BSc Agricultural Economics  Honours (University Of Zimbabwe)
  • PGDTE (Bindura University)


  1. Communal Game Ranching In Zimbabwe: Local Empowerment And Sustainable Meat Production For Rural Communities. Game and Wildlife Science, Vol. (3) 2004, p. 275-290.
  2. Comparative growth perfomance of pinus taeda and pinus patula in Penhalonga, Zimbabwe. Southern Africa journal of Education Science and Technology. Vol 2 No 1 (2007)
  3. Effects of irrigating eucalyptus grandis plantations with a mixture of domestic and pulp and paper mill effluent on soil quality at a site in Northern Zimbabwe. Journal of sustainable development in Africa. Vol 13, No 5, 2011)
  4. Constraints and opportunities for cultivation of Moringa oleifera in the Zimbabwean Smallholder Growers. Int. J. Agril. Res. Innov.&Tech. 3 (1) 12-19 (2013)
  5. Community perceptions towards the establishment of an urban forest plantation: The case of Dzivarasekwa, Zimbabwe. IJARIT 4(1);16-23, June, 2014
  6. Vegetation Diversity And Composition Of Bindura Mining Town in Zimbabwe. Discov. Innov. (2009), 21(1&2)
  7. Vegetation Diversity as an indicator of human social diversity and economic inequality in Bindura Mining town, Zimbabwe. SAJEST 2(2) (2007)
  8. Effects of feeding different graded dietary protein levels on growth rate of Nile crocodile hatchlings International Journal of Science, Technology and Management. Vol 03 Issue no 12 December 2014
  9. Early growth performance and reforestation potential of Acacia Polyacantha on two different soil types. Accepted for publication: Asian Journal of Science and technology. (2015)
  10. The impact of Forest Management regimes on Soil Organic carbon in Baikea plurijuga Woodlands: Accepted for publication: International Journal of Current Research (2015)
  11. Filing considerably breaks seed dormancy of Berchemia discolor Hemsley. Accepted African Journal of plant Science (2015)
  12. Characterisation of Urban Forest Nurseries: A case study of Harare Surbubs in Zimbabwe: Journal of Agricultural Science and Engineering(2015)
  13. Characterisation and comparative performance of Bambara Groundnut Landrace Cultivars. Accepted JAERD (2015)

L. Mujuru, L. Jimu, T Nyamugure, A. Kundhlande, D. Gwenzi and C.A.T Katsvanga 2007. The Role of certification in Biodiversity conservation in commercial forest estates of Zimbabwe: A case study of Chimanimani Estates. Paper presented at the international conference on biodiversity and sustainable management of natural resources. 23-25 July 2007. Kigali.Rwanda.


  • 2010 FAO consultancy on the status of Forest information in Zimbabwe
  • 2006 Forest company of Zimbabwe consultancy on the role of certification in Biodiversity conservation in commercial forest estates of Zimbabwe


Current: Lecturer in the environmental science Department unit at BUSE
September 2008 and January 2009: Student assistant at Wageningen University
2005-2007 Teaching Assistant (Bindura University Of Science Education)
• Preparing and delivering lectures.
• Supervision of Students on attachment.
• Setting and marking examinations.
• Carrying out research.
• Attending Faculty and Departmental Board meetings. 
1993- 1998 Agricultural Science Teacher
1998-2000 Title: Field Officer (Livestock Development Trust)

August 2003 to August 2004
Field researcher (CIRAD)
Research title: The Socio-economic analysis of a Community Based Natural Resources Management project. (The Case of Chivaraidze Ranch) 
• Working with Lower Zambezi Communities on Natural Resources Management
• Wildlife Population monitoring
• Habitat monitoring
• Anti-poaching Monitoring
• Land Use Planning
• Vegetation Monitoring
• Socio-Economic Analysis Of Chivaraidze Game Ranch