Mr. T. Nyamugure

T Nyamugure


  • MSc in Environmental Science (Wageningen University and research center)
  • Bachelor of Environmental Science (BUSE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics (UZ)
  • Post-graduate diploma in tertiary education (BUSE)
Phone: +263 778 371 588


  • Lecturer in Industrial labour relations, Environmental economics, Occupational health and safety education, Agricultural economics, Climate change and disaster management.
  • Substantial research in Environmental Sciences.

Research Interests

  • KAP studies on Covid-19 in communities and occupational environments.
  • Propagation of and community knowledge, attitudes and practices towards medicinal plants.


  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. Asian Journal of Science and technology. (2015)
  10. Filing considerably breaks seed dormancy of Berchemia discolor Hemsley African Journal of plant Science (2015)
  11. Characterisation of Urban Forest Nurseries: A case study of Harare Surbubs in Zimbabwe: Journal of Agricultural Science and Engineering(2015)
  12. Food safety knowledge, attitudes and practices of restaurant food handlers in a lower income country Accepted Food Science & Nutrition (2020).