Shingirirai Savious Mutanga

Mr Shingirirai Mutanga is a well-established researcher in field of applied GIS and Remote Sensing. Currently he is working as a research specialist under the Science and Technology programme of the Africa Institute of South Africa a division of the Human Science Research Council. He is also a PhD candidate with the University of Pretoria Industrial Engineering Department. Among his recent publications is the edited book Africa in a changing global environment. He holds an MSc in Geo-Information Science and Earth observation for environmental modelling and management, from a consortium of four universities namely Southampton (UK), Lund (Sweden), Warsaw Poland and ITC (Netherlands); and a Hons in Geography and Environmental Science from Midlands University, Zimbabwe. His research interests are in ecosystems transformation; complex social-ecological systems; land use; land cover; mapping; natural resources management; web GIS and database management.


Works by this author

The 4th Industrial Revolution and its Implications for Mining-dependent Countries: Insights from South Africa and Zambia

Disrupting Cycles of Violence in Africa Unlocking Complex Dimensions of Human Security

Can South Africa’s Sugar Industry Contribute to Clean Energy Supply? Lessons from Best Practices in Cogeneration

The Future of Emerging Economies' Energy Mix : Lessons from Mauritius

South Africa's Green Economy Transition: Implications for Reorienting the Economy Towards a Low Carbon Growth Trajectory

Factors Determining the Affordability of Renewable Energy A Note for South Africa

Hydropower Generation in a Climate-Constrained World : Lessons for South Africa’s Alternative Energy Supply

Managing Vulnerability to Climate Extremes in Africa : Some Policy Insights into Frequent Flooding in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania