CHAPTER 199 - FOREST ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Forest Regulations

Forests (Timber Export) Regulations

National Forest No. P316: Lunzua Extension (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P318: Milima-Mulobola (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P305: Chitimukulu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P303: Nakonde (Declaration) Order

National And Local Forest: Restriction Of Entry

Local Forest No. P330

Local Forest No. P331

Local Forest No. P332

Local Forest No. P333: Suwe (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P336: Chinakila (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P340: Shili Plantation (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P341: Chinsali Plantation (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P324: Mukunkuki (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P326: Sisheta And Lushi (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P322: Likonge (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P307: Mumbo (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P308: Chombwe (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P311

National Forest No. P319

National Forest No. P86

National Forest No. P395

National Forest No. P396

National Forest No. F54

National Forest No. P433

Local Forest No. P349: Ipumbu (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P260: Mwenze (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P244: Bwingi Mfumu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P375: Mbanga (Declaration) Order

National And Local Forests (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P418: Chief Mpepo (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P254: Lilengo West (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P253: Mbunda (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P255: Chiobe (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P256: Lusu (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P258: Nanduka (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P259: Lwao (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P272: Mbuta (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P275: Soyaela (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P278: Nonwa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P280: Mateya (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P284: Lutengwe (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P286: Kataba (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P288: Yanga (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P290: Sisheke (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P302: Limpere (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P398: Lupososhi (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P315: Chipilepile (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P337: Kaluwe (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P345: Katendwa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P241: Ntambi (Declaration) Order Order By Minister

Local Forest No. P242: Lubu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P243: Ituntwe (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P251: Luangwa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P312: Kashiba (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P240: Chipunga (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P313: Keembe (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P314: Munte (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P304: Kaande (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P320: Mpande Hills (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P427: Fibale (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P429: Fungwe (Declaration) Order

National Forests (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P435: Fitanda (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P388: Sikabenga (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P387: Keyana (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P412: Nkana North (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. F12: Luano (Alteration Of Boundries) Order

Local Forest (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P351: Mushingashi (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P420: Nambala Hill (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P424: Shamendi (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P426: Chimimbi Hills (Declaration) Order

Local Forests (Declaration) (No. 2) Order

Local Forest No. P298: Amenshi (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P393: Mulambwa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P416: Lumbo (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P401: Nabiyoyo (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P400: Mwapula (Declaration) Order

Forests (Local Forest No. P397: Nsombo Plantation) (Declaration) Order

Forests (Local Forest No. P422: Ntobolole) (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P425: Mankalala (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P281: Kande (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P410: Chizera (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P413: Lupasa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P415: Lwelangwa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P407: Litoya (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P406: Nyakulenga (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P384: Mbuyi (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P394: Lulenge (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P423: Mulungushi West (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P399: Munyeta (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P392: Kambinda (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P434: Lumina (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P444: Mufwashi (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P431: Lusongwa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P405: Liangati (Declaration) Order

National Forest No. P343: Naluywa (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

Local Forest No. P391: Kanyanga (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P390: Nanga (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P389: Luangondo (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P372: Sikundu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P368: Lukona West (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P273: Mulundu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P402: Lukunde Mushitu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P250: Luanya West (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P432: Njobushitu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P436: Kabembe (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P438: Mulanda Mushitu (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P437: Chilubi Plantation (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P441: Mufumbwe (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. P414: Lusaa (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. 26: Lusaka South (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

Local Forest No. 119: Chilowe (Cessation) Order

Local Forest No. 27: Lusaka East (Declaration)Order

Local Forest No. 28: Lusaka North (Alteration Of Boundaries) (Revocation) Order

National Forest No. 28: Lusaka North (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

Charcoal (Prohibition Of Exportation) Order

Forests (Appointment Of Honourary Forest Officers) Order

Forests (Appointment Of Honorary Forest Officers) Order

Local Forests (Control And Management) Regulations

National Forest No. 16 Njiri (Cessation) Order

National Forest No. F 8, Ichimpe (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forest No. F. 42, Mufulira (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forest No. 22, Chibuluma Extension (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forest No. F. 7, Chibuluma (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forests No. F 11, Lushishi (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forests No. F 17, Nsato (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forests No. F 19, Kamenza (Alteration Of Boundaries) Order

National Forests No. 43 Chingola (Cessation) Order

National Forests, No. P. 54: West Mvuye (Cessation) Order

Local Forest No. P. 54: West Mvuye (Declaration) Order

Local Forest No. 188: Bbondo (Cessation) Order

Local Forest, No. 190: Musisa (Cessation) Order

National Forest, No. 62: Munyama (Cessation) Order

National Forest No. 28: Lusaka North (Cessation) Order

FOREST REGULATIONS

Arrangement of Regulations

PART I
PRELIMINARY

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Fees and prices chargeable for indigenous forest produce

   3.   Disposal of waste or off-cuts

PART II
FELLING CONDITIONS

   4.   Method of payment for indigenous timber

   5.   Method of payment for plantation produce

   6.   Use of saws for felling

   7.   Height of stumps

   8.   Trimming of stumps

   9.   Disposal of waste in indigenous forests

   10.   Disposal of waste in plantation

   11.   Felling of damaged trees

   12.   Making good damage to Forest Department roads and installations

PART III
MEASUREMENT AND REMOVAL OF FOREST PRODUCE

   13.   Measurement of timber, poles and fuelwood

   14.   Stacking of fuelwood

   15.   Stacking of poles

   16.   Stacking of bamboos

   17.   Stacking of thatching grass

   18.   Forest Department not responsible for losses

PART IV
PROTECTION FROM FIRE

   19.   Licensee to prevent and to extinguish fire in coupes

   20.   Licensee to carry out fire-protection works

   21.   Licensee’s failure to carry out fire-protection works

   22.   Restrictions concerning smoking, carrying of matches, etc.

   23.   Forest officer may order surrender of cigarettes, etc.

PART V
OBSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND RIVERS

   24.   Licensee not to obstruct roads, etc.

   25.   Removal of forest produce obstructing roads, etc.

   26.   Loading of vehicles

PART VI
SEIZURE OF PROPERTY AND DETENTION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

   27.   Seizure of property

   28.   Detention of domestic animals

   29.   Impounding of domestic animals

   30.   Fees to be paid when domestic animals are detained

   31.   Immunity of forest officers

PART VII
DEPOSITS, LICENCES AND RECEIPTS

   32.   Licensee may be required to deposit money

PART VIII
DEMARCATION OF BOUNDARIES

   33.   Demarcation of forest boundaries

   34.   Types of boundaries permitted

   35.   Boundary beacons

   36.   Symbol to be included on Forest Department notice-boards

   37.   Recognition of boundaries of forests

      FIRST SCHEDULE

      SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulations by the Minister]

SI 98 of 1976,

SI 31 of 1978,

SI 58 of 1988,

SI 5 of 1990,

SI 64 of 1990,

SI 65 of 1990,

SI 93 of 1991,

SI 68 of 1992,

SI 5 of 1994,

SI 62 of 1996,

SI 48 of 1997,

SI 121 of 2003.

Act 13 of 1994.

PART I
PRELIMINARY

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Forest Regulations.

2.   Fees and prices chargeable for indigenous forest produce

The fees and prices to be paid to the Forest Department in respect of the felling or taking of indigenous forest produce and of other acts requiring a licence or receipt shall be those set out in parts I and II of the First Schedule

[Amended by SI No. 58 of 1988 and No. 5 of 1990]

3.   Disposal of waste or off-cuts

Any forest officer of or above the rank of Forester and duly authorised in that behalf by the Chief Conservator may, subject to such general or special directions as the Chief Conservator may think fit, sell waste or off-cuts from a plantation, mill or depot in such manner as to obtain the best advantage.

PART II
FELLING CONDITIONS

4.   Method of payment for indigenous timber

A forest officer who issues any licence to cut or take indigenous timber shall determine whether the fees for such timber shall be calculated per tree or by the volume of timber in the tree or by any other method of measurement.

5.   Method of payment for plantation produce

A forest officer who issues any licence to cut or take plantation timber, poles or fuelwood, or who sells or disposes of such produce shall determine whether the fees for such produce shall be paid by the volume or by number or by any other method.

6.   Use of saws for felling

All trees cut under a licence to provide timber or poles and all plantation trees cut under a licence shall, unless otherwise stated on such a licence, be felled by sawing.

7.   Height of stumps

All trees cut under a licence shall, unless otherwise stated on such a licence, be cut within thirty centimetres from the ground:

Provided that any tree cut under a licence and having a buttress or root swelling may, with the permission of a forest officer, be cut at a point immediately above such buttress or swelling.

8.   Trimming of stumps

The stump of any tree cut under a licence which the licensee has been permitted to fell by axe shall, unless otherwise stated on such a licence, be trimmed by axe around the perimeter of the stump immediately after felling.

9.   Disposal of waste in indigenous forests

Within one month of the felling of any tree or trees in a coupe in any area of indigenous forest, the licensee shall, unless it is otherwise stated on any licence held by him, cut up all branchwood and waste derived from such felling and shall draw clear such branchwood or waste for a distance of not less than two metres from all growing trees and fresh stumps, and the branchwood or waste shall be placed or piled in such manner as may be directed by a forest officer. In the event of the licensee failing to carry out the work, the same may be done by employees of the Forest Department and the cost of the work may be recovered from the licensee.

10.   Disposal of waste in plantation

Immediately after the felling of any tree in a coupe in any plantation, the licensee shall, unless it is otherwise stated on his licence, cut up all branchwood and waste derived from such felling and shall pile such branchwood or waste in such manner as may be directed by a forest officer.

11.   Felling of damaged trees

   (1) Any tree damaged in the course of any felling, logging or extraction operations by a licensee shall be felled by the licensee within one month of it being so damaged:

Provided that, with the permission of a forest officer, such tree shall not be felled if the damage is restricted to the breakage of dead branches or small numbers of live branches and if the top and main stem of the tree are undamaged.

   (2)    The licensee shall be liable to pay to the Forest Department the cost of felling and removing any damaged tree if this work is done by the employees of the Forest Department on behalf of the licensee.

12.   Making good damage to Forest Department roads and installations

A licensee shall take all reasonable precautions to avoid causing damage to any Forest Department road, other than fair wear and tear, and to any Forest Department telephone line, power line, building, installation or equipment, and shall, as may be required by a forest officer and without unnecessary delay, make good any such damage.

PART III
MEASUREMENT AND REMOVAL OF FOREST PRODUCE

13.   Measurement of timber, poles and fuelwood

For the purposes of felling and taking forest produce under a licence, unless otherwise stated on any such licence–

      (a)   the volume of timber in a log shall be determined from the longest length of the log measured from end to end in metres and centimetres and rounded down to the nearest ten centimetres multiplied by the underbark cross-sectional area of the mid-point of the log as determined by a tape reading in rounded down centimetre diameter-classes; and the result shall be expressed in cubic metres calculated to three or more decimal places as may be directed by the Chief Conservator:

Provided that–

      (i)   in the case of an abnormality at the mid-point of the log, the cross-sectional area shall be taken as the mean of the two cross-sectional areas immediately above and below the abnormality;

      (ii)   the cross-sectional area may, at the discretion of a forest officer, be measured over the bark and the measurement reduced by deducting an allowance for bark thickness as may be directed by the Chief Conservator;

      (iii)   if the log is defective, the forest officer may make an allowance for the defect, and if a licensee is not in agreement with the allowance made, he shall have the right to appeal to the Chief Conservator whose decision shall, unless otherwise stated on any licence held by the licensee, be final;

      (b)   the diameter or diameter-class of an indigenous pole shall be determined by the diameter at the butt end over bark;

      (c)   the diameter or diameter-class of a plantation pole shall be determined by the top diameter under bark;

      (d)   the volume of fuelwood in a stack shall be the stacked volume and shall be determined from the length, width and height of the stack, and the volume shall be expressed in cubic metres, calculated to the nearest three decimal places of figures.

14.   Stacking of fuelwood

All fuelwood cut or taken under a licence, other than fuelwood licensed by the headload, shall, before removal, unless otherwise stated on such a licence, be stacked in stacks each one metre in width, one metre in height and three metres in length.

15.   Stacking of poles

All indigenous or plantation poles cut or taken under a licence shall, before removal, be stacked in stacks as may be directed by a forest officer.

16.   Stacking of bamboos

All bamboos cut or taken under a licence shall, before removal, unless otherwise stated on such a licence, be stacked in bundles of ten.

17.   Stacking of thatching grass

All headload bundles of thatching grass cut under a licence shall, before removal, unless otherwise stated on such a licence, be stacked in stacks of ten headload bundles.

18.   Forest Department not responsible for losses

The Forest Department shall not in any way be held responsible for the safe keeping of any forest produce which has been licensed and left in the forest, mill, plant, depot, nursery or sales office:

Provided that nothing herein contained shall be construed as exempting the Forest Department or any employee thereof from liability for loss caused to any person by reason of negligence, malice or fraud on the part of the Forest Department or of any employee thereof.

PART IV
PROTECTION FROM FIRE

19.   Licensee to prevent and to extinguish fire in coupes

A licensee shall, unless it is otherwise stated on any licence held by him, be responsible for the prevention of fire in any coupe in which he is licensed to work, and, if any fire breaks out within or in the vicinity of the coupe, the licensee and his employees or agents, if any, shall immediately take effective steps to extinguish the fire.

20.   Licensee to carry out fire-protection works

A licensee shall, unless it is otherwise stated on any licence held by him, execute within the coupe in which he is licensed to work such fire-protection works, including the clearing of fire-breaks and the burning of branchwood and waste, as may be required by a forest officer:

Provided that, unless a forest officer gives written permission to the contrary, no burning of branchwood or of waste may be carried out except under the supervision of a forest officer.

21.   Licensee’s failure to carry out fire-protection works

In the event of a licensee failing to carry out fire-protection works to the satisfaction of a forest officer, the work may be done by employees of the Forest Department and the cost of the work recovered from the licensee.

22.   Restrictions concerning smoking, carrying of matches, etc.

No person shall, within any National Forest or Local Forest–

      (a)   smoke, where by notice smoking is prohibited;

      (b)   kindle, carry or throw down any fire, match, lighter, torch or other lighted or combustible material or article within, or adjacent to, any nursery, forest, plantation, mill, plant or depot, except as may be permitted under the conditions of a licence:

Provided that any forest officer, or any other employee of the Forest Department acting under the authority of a forest officer, may do any of such acts for the purpose of controlled burning or of other forest operation.

23.   Forest officer may order surrender of cigarettes, etc.

Any forest officer may, in any National Forest or Local Forest, order any person to extinguish or surrender to him any fire, match, lighter, torch or other lighted or combustible material or article if in the opinion of such officer the extinguishing or surrender of such material or article is necessary to safeguard any nursery, forest, plantation, mill, plant or depot from the possibility of damage by fire, and any peron who is given such order shall promptly comply with such order.

PART V
OBSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND RIVERS

24.   Licensee not to obstruct roads, etc.

Any tree or forest produce which as a result of a licensee’s operations obstructs, or is liable if left to obstruct, any road, track, way-leave, fire-break, drain or river in a National Forest or Local Forest shall be removed immediately by the licensee.

25.   Removal of forest produce obstructing roads, etc.

Any forest officer may order a licensee or his employee or agent or any driver or other person in any vehicle carrying or used for carrying forest produce to remove any tree or forest produce which is obstructing, or which is liable if left to obstruct, any road, track, way-leave, fire-break, drain or river in a National Forest or Local Forest, and it shall not be good grounds for refusing to comply with such order that the person so ordered did not cause such obstruction or, as the case may be, potential obstruction.

26.   Loading of vehicles

Forest produce taken under a licence shall be transported in such a way that it cannot fall off when any vehicle in which it has been loaded is being driven normally along a road or track, and any forest officer may stop any such vehicle being used to transport forest produce and order that such produce be reloaded or secured to his satisfaction before permitting such vehicle to proceed.

PART VI
SEIZURE OF PROPERTY AND DETENTION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

27.   Seizure of property

A forest officer or police officer seizing, pursuant to section 64 of the Act, any property, shall list any such property, other than domestic animals, on the form set out in the Second Schedule and shall hand the original of the form to the person suspected of committing an offence with respect to that property. If such person is not available, the officer having custody of the property seized shall retain the original.

28.   Detention of domestic animals

Any domestic animal seized pursuant to section 64 of the Act or any domestic animal found straying or being grazed without a licence in a National Forest or Local Forest may be detained in any enclosure or kraal in or near such forest for a period not exceeding seven days.

29.   Impounding of domestic animals

Any domestic animal detained pursuant to regulation 28 shall be sent to a public pound before the expiry of seven days from the date on which such animal was seized unless such animal is restored to its owner as a result of the owner agreeing to pay a sum of money by way of compensation or unless a court has issued an order for the disposal of such animal.

30.   Fees to be paid when domestic animals are detained

The owner of any domestic animal detained pursuant to regulation 28 shall pay a fee to cover the cost of sustenance of such animal:

Provided that such fee shall not exceed the fee prescribed in the Public Pounds and Trespass Act.

31.   Immunity of forest officers

No forest officer shall be held responsible for the loss or death of or damage to any property seized pursuant to regulation 27 or loss or death of or injury to any domestic animal detained pursuant to regulation 28:

Provided that this regulation shall not apply where such loss, death, damage or injury was caused by such officer’s negligence, malice or fraud.

PART VII
DEPOSITS, LICENCES AND RECEIPTS

32.   Licensee may be required to deposit money

A licensee may be required to deposit a sum of money to be drawn upon for non- compliance with the conditions of a licence held by him and the sum to be so deposited shall be assessed by any forest officer. A general receipt shall be issued acknowledging receipt of the sum of money accepted as a deposit.

PART VIII
DEMARCATION OF BOUNDARIES

33.   Demarcation of forest boundaries

As soon as possible after the declaration of any area of land to be a *National Forest or *Local Forest, the Chief Conservator shall cause the boundaries of the area to be demarcated.

* The Forest Department has been requested to undertake a revision of the descriptions of areas of National Forests and Local Forests so that all such descriptions are brought up to date in terms of the metric system. Such a revision, it is hoped, will eliminate other anomalies and inconsistencies, particularly as regards duplication of numbers, which arose as a result of the conversion of certain former Forest Reserves and Protected Forest Areas into National Forests and Local Forests.

34.   Types of boundaries permitted

The boundaries of a National Forest or Local Forest shall, except where such boundaries are formed by natural features, roads, way-leaves or railways, consist of cleared lines not less than three metres wide or, where any boundary follows open land, lines or beacons or posts:

Provided that any such boundaries may also include a boundary road, path, scuffled line, fire- break or fence.

35.   Boundary beacons

The boundary beacons of a National Forest or Local Forest shall be the type specified in the Land Survey Act:

Provided that beacons consisting of wooden posts at lEast two metres high above ground level and at lEast fifteen centimetres in top-diameter shall, pending the erection of permanent beacons, be acceptable as boundary beacons for the purpose of the Act.

36.   Symbol to be included on Forest Department notice-boards

Where a Forest Department notice-board is affixed to any boundary beacon of a National Forest or Local Forest or is displayed at any point along the boundary of such a forest, the notice-board shall include a Forest Department symbol.

37.   Recognition of boundaries of forests

The boundaries of any National Forest or Local Forest demarcated as described in regulations 33 to 35 shall be the recognised boundaries of such forest for the purposes of the Act, until such boundaries have been surveyed and demarcated in accordance with the provisions of the Land Survey Act.

FIRST SCHEDULE

[First sch subs by reg 2 of SI 121 of 2003.]

PART 1
FEES AND PRICES FOR INDEGENOUS FOREST PRODUCE

Type of produce

Fees per cubic metre

A. TIMBER

FEES UNITS

1. Afelia quanzensis (Mupapa Mwanda)

550

2. Albiza species (Musase, Mutanga)

500

3. Balikiaea species (Mukusi)

750

4. Brachystegia species (Miombo)

600

5. Daniellia alsteeniana (Mukulabushiku)

650

6. Entadrophragma species (Mufu, Mufwe, Mipumema)

650

7. Erythrophleum africanum (Kayimbi, Mukoso, Mubako)

600

8. Faurea saligna (Saninga, Mushokoso)

700

9. Guibourtia coleosperma (Musauli, Mushibi)

750

10. Khaya anthotheca (Mululu, Mbewa)

550

11. Mitragyna stipulosa (Mupa)

550

12. Pericopsis angolensis (Mubanga)

550

13.Pterocarpus anglensis (Mukwa, Mulombwa, Mulombe, Mukula)

750

14.Other species

450

B. POLES AND BAMBOOS FOR S ALE

FEES UNITS

15. Poles not exceeding 14cm butt diameter

30

16. Poles between 15 and 19 cm butt diameter

40

17. Poles between 20 and 24 cm butt diameter

50

18. Poles between 25 and 30 cm butt diameter

60

19. Bamboos

40 per 20 canes

C. FUEL WOOD FROM INDEGENOUS TREES FOR SALE

FEES UNITS

20. Stacked in cubic metres

200 per m2

21. In cords of 1m x 3m

600 per cord

22. In head-loads

40 per head-load

23. Charcoal

600 per cord

D. HUT MATERIAL FOR LICENCE CAMPERS IN GAZETTED FORESTS

24. For temporary huts

150

25. For semi-permanent hut built with poles not exceeding 17 cm but diameter

200

E. MISCELLANEOUS

26. Reeds

40 per 40 canes

27. Bark rope in head-load bundles taken from trees felled for timber, poles or firewood

20 per head-load

28. Top soil when available for collection per 5 ton truck

200

29. OTHER FOREST PRODUCE COLLECTED:

   (i)    Caterpillars

Free

   (ii)   Uapaca Fruits

Free

   (iii)   Parianari Fruits

Free

   (iv)   Diaspyros Fruits

Free

   (v)   Papyrus

20 per head-load

   (vi)   Palm Leaves

20 per head-load

30. Timber

60 per m3

31. Firewood

30 per m3

32. Charcoal

30 per bag

PART II
FEES AND PRICES FOR FOREST PLANTATION PRODUCE

A. PINE TIMBER

FEES UNITS

33. Final Felling (Mature crop)

400 per m3

34. Thinning (immature crop)

240 per m3

B. EUCALYPTUS TIMBER

35.Final Felling (Mature crop)

300 per m3

36.Thinning (Immature crop)

200 per m3

C. POLES OF ALL PLANTATION SPECIES FOR SALE

37. Poles less than 10cm top diameter

10 per metre

38. Poles between 10 and 14cm to diameter

15 per metre

39. Poles between 15 and 19 cm top diameter

18 per metre

40. Poles between 20 and 24 cm top diameter

20 per metre

41. Poles between 25 and 29 cm top diameter

25 per metre

PART III
FEES FOR SERVICES

42.   Site for sawmills in national forests, local forest, plantations open areas or joint forest area 400 per heactare per year

43.   Timber depots, logging camp and other installations and depots in the national forests, local forests, plantations, open areas or joint forest management areas 400 per heactare per year

SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulation 27]

LIST OF PROPERTIES SEIZED

List of properties seized by–

Name: ........................................................................................................

Bank: ........................................................................................................

Identity Card No: ............................................................................................

Description of Property ............................

Serial No.            (other than domestic animal)         Quantity

.......................... .................................... Date Signature of Officer

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FORESTS (TIMBER EXPORT) REGULATIONS

[Section 68]

[Regulations by the Minister]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Products eligible for export

   4.   Restriction on use of species of timber

   5.   Restriction on export of timber products; etc.

   6.   Timber specifications for export

   7.   Restriction on quantities of timber exported

   8.   Timber merchant to obtain certificate of agreement

   9.   Persons who may export timber

   10.   Records and inspection

   11.   Clearance before export

   12.   Inspection before export

   13.   Export procedure

   14.   Inspection by customs officer

      SCHEDULE

SI 7 of 1997,

SI 9 of 1997.

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Forests (Timber Export) Regulations.

2.   Interpretation

In these Regulations unless the context otherwise requires–

“exporter” means a producer of timber who exports timber or a timber merchant;

“timber concession” shall have the meaning assigned to the term in the Act;

“finished timber products” means timber products which have been processed and are in component pieces;

“forest officer” shall have the meaning assigned to the term in the Act;

“indigenous timber” means timber obtained from any natural forest in Zambia;

“inspector” shall have the meaning assigned to it in the Standards Act;

“plantation tree” means a tree from a track of land which is cultivated with trees;

“planted species” means cultivated trees;

“quota” means the maximum volume of timber which an exporter may export at a time, calculated as a percentage of the total production;

“letter” means a letter of credit;

“sawn timber” means timber which has been sawn by a sawmill or pitsaw in accordance with a customer’s specifications;

“timber” shall have the meaning assigned to it in the Act;

“timber merchant” means a person engaged in the export of timber or timber products, who is not a holder of a timber concession; and

“timber products” means sawn planks.

3.   Products eligible for export

Subject to the other provisions of these Regulations, an exporter may export the following timber or timber products–

      (a)   sawn timber;

      (b)   railway sleepers which shall be drilled on both sides;

      (c)   poles from planted species;

      (d)   finished timber products; or

      (e)   plantation trees.

4.   Restriction on use of species of timber

A person shall not use any of the following species of timber to manufacture railway sleepers–

      (a)   Afzelia quanzensis (Mupapa);

      (b)   Entandrophragma spp. (Mofu);

      (c)   Faurea Saligna (Saninga);

      (d)   Guibourtia coleosperma (Muzauli);

      (e)   Khaya nyasica (Mululu);

      (f)   Pericopsis angolensis (Mubanga); and

      (g)   Pterocarpus angolensis (Mukwa).

5.   Restriction on export of timber products; etc.

An exporter shall not export any of the following–

      (a)   charcoal;

      (b)   non-finished timber products from natural forests; and

      (c)   peelers and saw logs of any species.

6.   Timber specifications for export

Sawn timber shall be exported in compliance with specifications–

      (a)   set by the Zambia Bureau of Standards; or

      (b)   of an international standard acceptable on the world timber market, which shall include–

      (i)   Central African Standards;

      (ii)   South African Standards;

      (iii)   British Standards; or

      (iv)   German Standards.

7.   Restriction on quantities of timber exported

   (1) Subject to sub-regulation (2), a timber exporter shall not export more than seventy-five percent of such exporter’s timber production.

   (2) Notwithstanding sub-regulation (1), there shall be no restrictions in the quantities to be exported of–

      (a)   planted species; or

      (b)   finished timber products.

8.   Timber merchant to obtain certificate of agreement

   (1) Subject to sub-regulation (3), a timber merchant shall obtain a certificate of agreement from a holder of a valid timber concession; and the timber merchant’s consignment of timber shall be covered under that timber concession holder’s export quota.

   (2) The Certificate of Agreement referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be in Form 1 as set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.

   (3) Notwithstanding sub-regulation (1), a certificate of agreement shall not apply to finished timber products.

9.   Persons who may export timber

   (1) Subject to sub-regulation (2), a person shall not, unless that person is engaged in timber processing and is a bona fide holder of a valid concession, export timber.

   (2) Notwithstanding sub-regulation (1), a timber merchant may export timber.

10.   Records and inspection

A holder of a timber concession shall keep records of timber production and such records shall be open for inspection by any forest officer.

11.   Clearance before export

A forest officer shall–

      (a)   hammer mark timber before it is exported; and

      (b)   issue a clearance certificate, in Form 2, as set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.

12.   Inspection before export

A forest officer, a police officer and an inspector shall inspect a consignment of timber intended for export, in order to ascertain that–

      (a)   the forest produce matches the order submitted by the buyer;

      (b)   the timber is procured in accordance with the provisions of the Act;

      (c)   the timber conforms to the standards provided in regulation (6);

      (d)   the timber bears an export timber mark; and

      (e)   is accompanied by documents from the area of origin.

13.   Export procedure

   (1) An exporter shall not export any timber unless that exporter has received a confirmed order for the export of the timber specifying–

      (a)   the desired timber product;

      (b)   the quantity required; and

      (c)   any other details considered necessary by the buyer.

   (2) The exporter shall issue to the buyer a quotation stating–

      (a)   the price, either free on board, or cost, insurance and freight, of the product;

      (b)   the quantity of the product; and

      (c)   the quality of the product.

   (3) The exporter shall, when requested so to do by the buyer, send a sample of a specified product to be exported, to the buyer.

   (4) The exporter shall issue a proforma invoice, when the buyer accepts the quotation, stating the–

      (a)   timber product specification;

      (b)   quantity of the timber product;

      (c)   price of the timber product;

      (d)   delivered term of the product;

      (e)   receiving bank; and

      (f)   validity of the offer.

   (5) The buyer shall open an irrevocable confirmed letter or use a telegraphic transfer of funds through the exporter’s bank.

   (6) The exporter’s bank shall advise the supplier when an irrevocable letter or a telegraphic transfer of funds is received.

   (7) The exporter’s bank shall issue an Export Declaration Form comprising the–

      (a)   export permit;

      (b)   customs bill of entry; and

      (c)   customs declaration.

   (8)   The exporter shall submit the Export Declaration Form accompanied by the following documents to a customs official–

      (a)   a commercial invoice;

      (b)   a packing list;

      (c)   a certificate of origin (duly signed by the approving authorities);

      (d)   shipping consignment notes;

      (e)   a certificate of export;

      (f)   a certificate of agreement (where applicable); and

      (g)   records of production.

   (9) An exporter shall only ship the export product on completion of the formalities referred to in sub-regulations (1) to (8).

   (10) The exporter shall present the documents listed in sub-regulation (8) to the exporter’s banker for payment on–

      (a)   completion of all export formalities; and

      (b)   receipt of the export product by the buyer.

14.   Inspection by customs officer

A customs officer shall–

      (a)   inspect the consignment of timber to be exported and the clearance certificate at the port of exit;

      (b)   verify whether or not the details on the clearance certificate match the consignment of timber; and

      (c)   endorse the clearance certificate with the appropriate results of such inspection.

[Reg 14 repealed and reg 15 renumbered as reg 14 by reg 2 of SI 9 of 1997.]

SCHEDULE

[Regulations 7, 8 and 13]

FORM 1

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT

CERTIFICATE OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN HOLDER OF VALID TIMBER CONCESSION (PRODUCER) AND TIMBER MERCHANT

1.   District ..................................

2.   Name of concession ................................

3.   Name of timber producer ..............................

4.   Name of timber merchant Address ......................................

5.   Species of timber ...............................

6.   Type of timber sold ................................

7.   Amount of timber sold .............................

8.   The sum of Kwacha received ...........................................

9.   Proposed disposal of timber: local/export market ...................

..................................................................................

Signature of producer ...................................................      Signature of merchant ............................................

Date .......................................................................... Date...........................................................................

FORM 2

[Regulations 11 and 14]

CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE FOR TIMBER EXPORT

SECTION A

(To be filled by producer/merchant exporting timber)

1.   Name/Company exporting ..........................

2.   Identity No. ........................................

3.   Certificate of Agreement attached? Yes/No ........................

4.   Export Declaration Form number ...............................

5.   Total production in the month of ........................... ......... 20....... was .................m3

6.   Shipping consignment note No. ...................................

7.   Total production by the Company in the previous year m3 ......................

8.   Type of timber to be exported ...........................

9.   Species ................................

10.   Quantity   m3 ...............................

11.   Timber to be exported to (country) ...............................

12.   Past exports excluding this consignment during the current year m3

SECTION B

(To be filled by the Provincial Forest Officer)

I have checked the timber and found to be/not to be correct the amount as stated above, which is/is not hammer marked. Timber marking hammer No. ................... belonging to Forest Officer (name) ................................... was used. The item/documents stated in Section A have been inspected. I recommend that the timber can/can not be exported.

Date .................................. Name ........................................

Signature ......................... Job title ...........................

SECTION C

(To be filled by the Forestry Department)

I certify that the exporter has/has not fulfilled the conditions required to export timber hence this application to export timber has been/has not been approved.

Officer’s name ....................................

Rank ..............................

Signature ......................

Date stamp .................................

SECTION D

(To be filled by Zambia Bureau of Standards)

I certify that the exporter of this timber has/does not have the required grade of timber, hence this consignment has been approved/has not been approved for export.

Officer’s name ............................

Rank ..........................................

Signature ..........................

Date stamp ...................

SECTION E

(To be filled by the Zambia Revenue Authority Officer at the port of exit)

I certify that the details on this certificate and the document provided are consistent with the contents on the truck.

Officer’s name .......................

Rank ...................................

Signature ...................

Date stamp ..................

SECTION 2 – POWERS OF FOREST OFFICER

Notice by the President

GN 101 of 1960,

SI 30 of 1964.

The powers of a forest officer are hereby conferred upon:

The Chief Conservator of Forests

The Deputy Chief Conservator of Forests

Conservators of Forests

Senior Assistant Conservators of Forests

Assistant Conservators of Forests

Principal Foresters

Foresters

Forest Rangers

Forest Foremen

Forest Guards

Officers designated by the Chief conservator of Forests and officers designated by rural local authorities and recognised by the Chief Conservator of Forests as Forest Patrolmen, Forest Kapasus or Forest Indunas.

SECTION 3 – FORESTS

Declaration by the Minister

LOCAL FOREST NO. F1: MUVA

SI.159 of 1975

Starting at control Beacon No. 102/ZS “Baluba”, the boundary follows a true bearing of 120 degrees for a distance of 9,600 metres to Beacon A, 370 metres North-West of control Beacon No. 70/ZS “Muwa”; thence on a true bearing of 180 degrees for a distance of 920 metres to Beacon B, 440 metres West of Beacon G439; thence on a true bearing of 259 degrees for a distance of 1,530 metres to Beacon G438; thence on a true bearing of 302 degrees for a distance of 2,000 metres to Beacon A140; thence on a true bearing of 210 degrees for a distance of 335 metres to Beacon G440; thence on a true bearing of 286 degrees for a distance of 2,760 metres to Beacon G447; thence on a true bearing of 299 degrees for a distance of 2,720 metres to Beacon G448; thence on a true bearing of 266 degrees for a distance of 1,400 metres to Beacon G449; thence on a true bearing of 194 degrees for a distance of 1,500 metres to Beacon G450; thence on a true bearing of 231 degrees for a distance of 780 metres to Beacon G456; thence on a true bearing of 231 degrees for a distance of 1,650 metres to Beacon G451; thence on a true bearing of 339 degrees for a distance of 2,425 metres to Beacon KR144; thence on a true bearing of 50 degrees through Beacon HT1698 for a distance of 5,930 metres to control Beacon No. 102/ZS “Baluba”, the point of starting. All bearings and distances are approximate.

Included in the area described above but excluded from the Local Forest are–

      (a)   Farm No. 1490, in extent 18 hectares approximately;

      (b)   a triangular parcel of land, bounded by Beacon CK67, control Beacon No. 102/ZS “Baluba” and Beacon CK66.

The above described area, in extent 3,187 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR17/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 17th March, 1972.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F2: ROAN

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 47 of 1964.

Starting at Beacon U304 at the South-West corner of Farm No. 1084, the boundary proceeds North-Westwards to Beacon L556 at the southernmost corner of Wayleave S.191; thence North- North-Eastwards along this boundary to Beacon L554; thence North-Eastwards to Beacon YR210; thence North-wards through Beacon YR209 to the left bank of the Baluba River; thence generally North-Eastwards along this bank to the point where it is intersected by the line CK127-CK128 produced North-Westwards; thence South-Eastwards through Beacon CK128 to Beacon CK127 and continuing through Beacon CK126 to Beacon Y755 at the northernmost corner of Farm No. 1427; thence South-Westwards and South-Eastwards along the boundaries of this farm, through Beacons Y754 and Y753 to the right bank of the Luanshya River; thence southwards along this bank to the North-East corner of Farm No. 1473; near Beacon L693; thence Westwards, southwards and Eastwards along the boundaries of this farm, through Beacons L693, L692, L691 and L690 to the right bank of the Luanshya River; thence generally southwards along this bank to the North-Eastern corner of Farm No. 1084 near Beacon U302; thence Westwards through Beacon U302 to Beacon U303; thence southwards to Beacon U304, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 3,852.744 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR46/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 24th July, 1964.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F3: MASANSA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 49 of 1971,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at a point where the North-Eastern edge of the Luanshya-Kitwe Road F3 60.96 metres Strip Reserve) crosses the Luanshya River, the boundary follows the river North-Eastwards upstream for approximately 9.654 kilometres to the most Westerly corner of National Forest No. 39; Chichele; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line for a distance of approximately 3,657.6 metres along the Western boundary of National Forest No. 39; Chichele to Beacon O248 on the North-Western edge of the Roan Antelope Branch Line Railway; thence in a general south and South-Westerly direction along the Western boundary of the Railway Reserve to Beacon O238 of Kasongo Siding; thence North-Westwards, South-Westwards and South-Eastwards along the boundaries of Kasongo Siding Reserve through Beacons O240, O236, O232 and O228 to Beacon O226 on the edge of the Railway Reserve; thence South-Westwards along the edge of the Railway Reserve to a point where it crosses a district road D246; thence North-Westwards along the North-Eastern edge of this road for a distance of approximately 274.32 metres to the drainage channel of the Kasenga dambo; thence South-Westwards along the drainage channel of the Kasenga dambo to a point where it crosses the North-Western edge of the Railway Reserve near Beacon O220; thence in a general South-Westerly direction along the edge of the Railway Reserve to a point thereon opposite and nearest to Mile Peg 15; thence in a straight line Westwards to Beacon U378, the most Easterly beacon of Luanshya Small Holding No. 15 on the Kesenga Stream; thence North-Westwards along the North-Eastern boundary of Small Holding No. 15 to Beacon U377, its most Easterly beacon; thence in a straight line North-Westwards to a point approximately 100.584 metres South-East of the old junction of the Ndola-Luanshya and Kitwe Roads; thence in a straight line North Eastwards for a distance of approximately 304.8 metres; thence in a straight line North-Westwards for a distance of approximately 100.584 metres to a point on the edge of the old Ndola-Luanshya Road; thence in a straight line approximately Westwards to a point on the North-Eastern edge of the Luanshya-Kitwe Road F3 (60.96 metres Strip Reserve); thence along the North-Eastern edge of the Luanshya-Kitwe Road to a point where it crosses the Luanshya River, the point of starting.

Included within the above described area but excluded from the National Forest are–

      (a)   a portion of the Ndola-Luanshya Road F3 (60.96 metres Strip Reserve);

      (b)   a portion of the Fisenge-Kapiri Road M6 (60.96 metres Strip Reserve).

The above described area, in extent 3,577.548 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 445/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 8th December, 1970.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F4: MAPOSA

GN 72 of 1946.

SI 54 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at Beacon BH718 at the North-East corner of Farm No. 2206, the boundary proceeds in a straight line to Beacon KL169 at the South-East corner of Farm No. 2464; thence continuing northwards through Beacons JB224 and L541 to Beacon JB216 on the northern boundary of Wayleave S172; thence South-Eastwards along this boundary through Beacons JB218, JB220 and JB222, to a point on a Wayleave boundary approximately 30.48 metres North-West of Beacon CG1044; thence Westwards for a distance of about 248.412 metres; thence southwards for a distance of about 256.032 metres; thence Eastwards for a distance of about 36.576 metres to Beacon JB191; thence in a straight line to Beacon JB188 on the South-West edge of the Ndola- Kitwe Main Road Reserve; thence South-Eastwards along this edge to the right bank of the Baluba River; thence down this bank to the South-Eastern corner of Farm No. 2206 near Beacon BH719; thence northwards in a straight line through the latter beacon to Beacon BH718, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 8,902.7212 metres approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR4/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 24th March, 1969.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F5: MISAKA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 171 of 1972,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at W432, the most Westerly beacon of Mineral Area No. 433m, Ndola West, the boundary runs approximately due West for a distance of approximately 4,572 metres to a point near the source of the southern tributary of the Baluba River; thence South-Westwards down this tributary for a distance of approximately 8 kilometres to its confluence with the Baluba River; thence South-Westwards down the Baluba River to the point where it crosses the North- Eastern edge of the Ndola-Luanshya-Nkana Main Road Reserve; thence North-Westwards along the North-Eastern edge of that Road Reserve to the point thereon nearest to and opposite Beacon L546 of Farm No. 1337, Roan Antelope-Mufulira Power Transmission Tie Line; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 200 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,048 metres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 270 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,524 metres; thence in a straight line South-Westwards to the point on the North-Eastern edge of the Ndola-Luanshya-Nkana Main Road Reserve opposite and nearest Beacon L544 on the North-Eastern boundary of Farm No. 1337, Roan Antelope-Mufulira Power Transmission Tie Line; thence Westwards along that North-Eastern edge of the said Ndola-Luanshya-Nkana Main Road Reserve to its intersection with the production of the straight line from Muva Trig. Station Beacon on Muva Hill to Beacon L541 on the South-Western boundary of Farm No. 1337, Roan Antelope-Mufilira Power Transmission Tie Line; thence in a straight line northwards along that production of the said line to the southern boundary of the Zambia Railways (Nkana Branch Line) Strip Reserve; thence in a general Easterly direction along the southern boundary of that Railway Reserve to Beacon O1385 of Farm No. 1386, Mabote Siding Reserve South; thence South-Westwards, Westwards and northwards along the boundaries of that Siding Reserve through Beacons O1387, O1383 and O1379 to Beacon O1377 on the southern boundary of the said Railway Strip Reserve; thence along that southern boundary of the said Railway Reserve in a general Easterly direction to Beacon O1313, the North-Western corner of Farm No. 1384, Mutenge Siding Reserve South; thence southwards along the Western boundary of that Siding Reserve to Beacon O1315, its southern corner beacon; thence Eastwards along the southern boundary of the said Siding Reserve to Beacon O1311; thence southwards for approximately 1,150 metres to Beacon W421; thence South- Eastwards for a distance of approximately 1,900 metres to Beacon YR13; thence southwards to

Beacon YR16; thence in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 800 metres to Beacon YR301; thence in a straight line South-Eastwards through Beacons YR308, YR311 and W426 to Beacon W427; thence southwards to Beacon W432, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 28,400 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. P445/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 8th November 1971.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F6: MWEKERA

GN 72 of 1946,

GN 268 of 1957,

GN 158 of 1975.

Starting at Boundary Pillar 18 on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary follows that International Boundary in a general South-Easterly direction to its point of intersection with the Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 432m, Mwekera, near Beacon W418 of that mineral area; thence in a straight line southwards along the Western boundary of the said mineral area through Beacon W418 to Beacon W419; thence continuing along the Western boundary of the said mineral area South-Eastwards and southwards through Beacon W420 to Beacon O1314, a corner beacon of Farm No. 1385, Mutenge Siding Reserve North; thence along the Western boundary of that siding reserve to Beacon O1312, its South-Western corner beacon on the Zambia Railways (Nkana Branch Line) 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence in a general Westerly direction along the northern boundary of this reserve to Beacon O1376, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1387, Mabote Siding Reserve North; thence along the Eastern, northern and Western boundaries of this siding reserve through Beacons O1378, O1382, O1384, its South-Western corner beacon on the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence Westwards along the northern boundary of this reserve to a point where it is intersected by an unnamed tributary of the Mwekera River, near Mile Peg 30; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Mwekera River; thence up the left bank of this river for a distance of approximately 914.4 metres to its confluence with an unnamed stream; thence northwards up this stream to its source, thence generally in a northerly direction to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Kakola Stream; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Kakola Stream; thence down the right bank of the Kakola Stream to its confluence with the Mutupa River; thence up the left bank of this river for a distance of approximately 1828.8 metres to a point due West of Boundary Pillar 18; thence in a straight line Eastwards to Boundary Pillar 18, the point of starting.

Included in the above described area but excluded from the Forest Reserve is the Ndola- Mufulira Main Road 60.96 metres Strip Reserve.

The above described area, in extent 17,887.74 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR47/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 3rd May, 1957.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F7: CHIBULUMA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 172 of 1972,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon M205 on the northern boundary of Special Grant No. 437M, the boundary proceeds North-Westwards to Beacon M204; thence North-Eastwards to Beacon M203; thence northwards to Beacon M202; thence Eastwards along the southern boundary of Farm No. 1848 to Beacon H185; thence southwards passing through Beacons H186 and HIN 154 to Beacon MB125; thence Eastwards to Beacon M205; the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 720 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR59/5 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 20th September, 1971.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F8: ICHIMPE

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 54 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon RU183, the North-Western corner beacon of Nkana Special Grant 772/M, the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 186 degrees for a distance of 1,760 metres to Beacon HW302; thence on a bearing of 168 degrees for a distance of 300 metres to Beacon HW301; thence on a bearing of 151 degrees for a distance of 1,055 metres to Beacon HW300; thence on a bearing of 288 degrees for a distance of 4,840 metres to Beacon M215 at the northern corner of Mineral Area 438/M, Nkana South Limb; thence South-Westwards along the northern boundary of this Mineral Area to Beacon M214; thence along the North-Eastern boundary of Mineral Area 439/M, Mwambashi South, to the Chati Stream; thence up the Chati Stream to Beacon M218 on the Western boundary of the Mineral Area 439/M; thence following the Western and northern boundaries of this mineral area through Beacon M219 to Beacon M220, its North-Easterly beacon; thence on a bearing of 87 degrees for a distance of 8,440 metres to Beacon N368, the South-Western corner of Mineral Area 792/M, Chambishi South Limb; thence Westwards along the Eastern edge of an unclassified road for a distance of 2,100 metres; thence on a bearing of 52 degrees for a distance of 1,520 metres; thence on a bearing of 106 degrees for a distance of 1,750 metres to Beacon K68 on the Western boundary of Mineral Area 634/M, Nkana North Limb; thence along the Western and southern boundaries of this mineral area through Beacons K69 and K61 to Beacon N367; thence South-Eastwards to Beacon HT2084 the northern corner beacon of Lot 508/M; thence along the northern, Western and southern boundaries of this Lot through Beacons HT2083 and HT2086 to Beacon HT2085; thence South- Eastwards to Beacon N366 the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm 840; thence along the northern boundaries of this farm and Minerals Areas 755/M and 772/M through Beacons N365 and Z626 to Beacon RU183, the point of starting.

All bearings are from true North and all distances are approximate. Included within the above defined boundaries but excluded from the National Forest is Lot 100/M, a pipe line wayleave.

The above described area, in extent 9,830 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 216/4, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 29th December, 1976.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F9: CHISENGA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 173 of 1972,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at Beacon K72, the boundary follows a true bearing of 126 degrees for a distance of 4,300 metres to Beacon K71; thence on a true bearing of 152 degrees for a distance of 4,600 metres to the Mwambashi River, opposite its confluence with the Fikondo River; thence up the Mwambashi River to its intersection with Forest Reserve No. 8: Ichimpe; thence on a true bearing of 267 degrees for a distance of 2,200 metres to Beacon M220; thence on a true bearing of 360 degrees for a distance of 3,620 metres to Beacon G401; thence on a true bearing of 331 degrees for a distance of 3,600 metres to Beacon P214; thence on a true bearing of 360 degrees for a distance of 2,080 metres to Beacon P215; thence on a true bearing of 56 degrees for a distance of 3,000 metres to Beacon K72, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 4,706 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. P446/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 17th March, 1972.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F10: CHATI

GN 72 of 1946,

GN 152 of 1961,

GN 158 of 1973.

Starting at the point where the Chati Stream crosses the Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 439m “Mwambashi South”, near Beacon M218, the boundary proceeds Westwards up the Chati Stream for a distance of approximately 3,657.6 metres; thence in a straight line due south for a distance of approximately 6,675.12 metres to the point of intersection with a cut line between the source of the Kalulushi River to the East and the confluence of the Katembula and Lufwanyama rivers to the West; thence Westwards along this cut line for a distance of approximately 21,579.84 metres; thence North-Eastwards in a straight line to the source of the Felunda Stream; thence down this stream to its confluence with the Upper Katembula River; thence up this river to its confluence with the Lower Katembula River; thence up this river to a point thereon approximately 1,524 metres North of its confluence with the Sosa Stream; thence on a true bearing of approximately 60 degrees for a distance of approximately 609.6 metres to old Nkana-Nchanga Road or Shibushinga’s Road; thence northwards along this road to the point at the source of the Mwambashi River, common to the boundaries of Chingola and Kalulushi Districts; thence down the Mwambashi River to the point where it crosses the Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 439m “Mwambashi South” near Beacon M219; thence southwards along this boundary to the point where it is crossed by the Chati Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 34,731.354 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR156/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 27th April, 1961.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F11: LUSHISHI

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 224 of 1965,

SI 185 of 1977.

Starting at the point where the right bank of the Mushishima River crosses the line CG302- CG303, the boundary follows the South-Western boundary of Lots 660/M and 661/M through Beacons CG302 and CG307 to Beacon CG306; thence South-Eastwards to Beacon C on line RU11- MB118; thence South-Westwards in a straight line through Beacon MB118 to the Mwambashi River; thence Westwards along this river to its point of intersection with the line MB117-MB120 produced South-Eastwards; thence North-Westwards and Westwards through Beacons MB120 and MB117 to Beacon MB114; thence northwards to Beacon MB116; thence in a straight line through Beacon MB121 to the right bank of the Mushishima River; thence generally North-wards along this bank to the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 6,393 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. P446/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 6th August, 1974.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F12: LUANO

SI 235 of 1973,

SI 158 of 1973.

Commencing at Beacon BK91 on the Eastern boundary of Wayleave No. S125 the boundary proceeds Eastwards on a bearing of 90 degrees for a distance of 10,000 metres to Beacon BK92; thence on a bearing of 134 degrees for a distance of 5,000 metres to Beacon BK93; thence on a bearing of 202 degrees for a distance of 9,420 metres to a point on the southern edge of Wayleave No. S124 about 140 metres North of Beacon BK94; thence along the southern edge of Wayleave S124 on a bearing of 289 degrees for a distance of 2,900 metres; thence on a bearing of 197 degrees for a distance of 1,240 metres to a point on the Railway Strip Reserve; thence in a Westerly direction along the Railway Strip Reserve to Beacon CG503; thence on a bearing of 20 degrees for a distance of 700 metres to Beacon CG502; thence on a bearing of 110 degrees for a distance of 200 metres to Beacon C9501; thence on a bearing of 20 degrees for a distance of 300 metres to Beacon CG500; thence on a bearing of 289 degrees for a distance of 700 metres to Beacon CG506; thence on a bearing of 210 degrees for a distance of 300 metres to Beacon CG505; thence on a bearing of 235 degrees for a distance of 100 metres; thence on a bearing of 236 degrees for a distance of 240 metres to a point on the northern edge of Wayleave S162; thence on a bearing of 265 degrees for a distance of 100 metres to a point on the Railway Strip Reserve; thence in a North-Westerly direction along the Railway Strip Reserve northern boundary through Beacons HO90, HO91, HO92, HO95, HO96 being Lot 178/N1, to Beacon BK88;

thence on a bearing of 95 degrees for a distance of 2,500 metres to Beacon BK89; thence on a bearing of 118 degrees for a distance of 1,000 metres to Beacon BK90 on the Eastern edge of Wayleave S125; thence along the Eastern edge of Wayleave S125 to Beacon BK91, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above-described area, in extent 13,970 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR118/5, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 12th September, 1972.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 13: KAFIRONDA

(Revoked by No. 397 of 1968)

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F1S4: KASARIA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at W406, a corner beacon on the South-Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 430m, Mutupa, the boundary runs in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 280 degrees for a distance of approximately 15,240 metres to a point on the Mutundu River; thence in a general North-Easterly direction up the Mutundu River to the confluence of the North Mutundu and South Mutundu rivers; thence in a general Easterly direction up the South Mutundu River to the point where it crosses the line W409-W408, the South-Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 429m, South Mutundu; thence South-Eastwards along the South-Western boundaries of that Mineral Area and the aforesaid Mineral Area No. 430m, Mutupa, through the corner Beacons W408 and W407 to Beacon W406, the point of starting.

Included within the above defined boundaries but excluded from the National Forest is a portion of the Ndola-Mufulira Main Road 60.96 metres Strip Reserve.

The above described area, in extent 6,272.85 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 445 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 3rd May, 1945.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F15: NGALA

GN 72 of 1946.

Starting at the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary Pillar 20, the boundary follows that International Boundary in a general southerly and Westerly direction through Boundary Pillar 19 to the point where it meets the production of the line W403-W404, the Eastern boundary of Mineral Area No. 430m, Mutupa; thence northwards along that Eastern boundary of the said Mineral Area through Beacons W404 and W403 to Beacon W402; thence in a straight line South- Eastwards to Boundary Pillar 20, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 2,751.96 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 445 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 3rd May, 1945.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F16: NJIRI

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 46 of 1964,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at Beacon W415 at the South-Western corner of Mineral Area No. 435m, the boundary proceeds South-Eastwards along the South-Westerly boundary of this area to Beacon ID301; thence South-Westwards to the northerly corner of Farm No. 2840 on the Mutundu Stream near Beacon ID305; thence southwards down the East bank of the Mutundu Stream to the point where it crosses the North-Easterly boundary of Mineral Area No. 431m near Beacon W400; thence North-Westwards along the North-Easterly boundaries of Mineral Areas Nos. 431m and 131m, through Beacon W390 to Beacon W389; thence North-Eastwards to Beacon VG47 at the southern corner of Farm No. 3013; thence along the South-Easterly boundary of this farm to Beacon VG46; thence North-Westwards along its North-Easterly boundary to the South-Easterly boundary of Farm No. 2564; thence North-Eastwards along this boundary to the most Easterly corner of this farm near Beacon HT1071; thence North-Eastwards to the point of intersection of the lines which are parallel to and 30.48 metres South-West and South-East respectively of the South-Western and South-Eastern boundaries of the Murundu Residential Holdings; thence North-Eastwards along the latter line to its point of intersection with the production South- Eastwards of the common boundary between Holdings Nos. 35 and 36; thence Eastwards to Beacon W415, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 6,697.785 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR145/3, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 5th June, 1964.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F17: NSATO

GN 72 of 1946,

GN 270 of 1957,

GN 158 of 1973.

Starting at Boundary Pillar 23 VI L on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary follows the International Boundary in an Easterly and southerly direction through BP 23 V, BP 23 IV, BP 23 III, BP 23 II, BP 23 I D to BP 23 I; thence South-Eastwards to Beacon W397 on the Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 132m; thence South-Eastwards along the line W397- W396 to its point of intersection with the Luansobe River; thence down the right bank of the Luansobe River to its confluence with the Kafue River; thence up the left bank of the Kafue River to its confluence with the Mundela River; thence up the left bank of the Mundela River to a point due West of Boundary Pillar 23 I D; thence North-Westwards in a straight line to Boundary Pillar 23 VI L, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 15,216.72 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR/115, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 25th April, 1957.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F18: KIRILA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 47 of 1964,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at Beacon M333, at the South-East corner of Kirila Bomwe “C” Mineral Area No. 775m, the boundary proceeds northwards along the Eastern boundary of this area to Beacon M256 on the southern boundary of Kirila Bomwe “B” Mineral Area No. 774m; thence Eastwards, northwards and South-Eastwards along the boundaries of that Mineral Area No. 774 through Beacons M255 and RU188 to Beacon R187 at its South-East corner; thence South-Westwards to Beacon M333, the point of starting.

Included within the above described boundaries but excluded from the National Forest is the Luano-Chililabombwe Railway Strip Reserve.

The above described area, in extent approximately 2,066.3982 hectares, is shown bordered in green upon Plan No. FR217, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 9th December, 1963.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F19: KAMENZA

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 219 of 1977.

Starting at Beacon YR1294, an Eastern beacon of Farm No. 2329, the boundary follows the Eastern boundary of this farm in a northerly direction for a distance of 564 metres to Beacon YR1293; thence on a bearing of 347 degrees for a distance of 3,255 metres to Beacon CB94; thence on a bearing of 60 degrees for a distance of 695 metres to Beacon CB95; thence on a bearing of 101 degrees for a distance of 8.970 metres to the Muliashi River; thence down this river to its intersection with the Western boundary of Farm No. 2306; thence southwards for a distance of 5,267 metres through Beacons CG350, L4 and L5 to Beacon L6; thence on a bearing of 267 degrees for a distance of 3,426 metres to Beacon RU187; thence on a bearing of 353.5 degrees for a distance of 2,216 metres to Beacon RU186; thence on a bearing of 283.5 degrees for a distance of 6,370 metres to Beacon MB65; thence on a bearing of 32 degrees for a distance of 1,326 metres to Beacon MB66; thence on a bearing of 229.5 degrees for a distance of 1,394 metres to Beacon YR1294, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate, and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area, in extent 7,010 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR77/5, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 28th January, 1977.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F20: KONKOLA

GN 72 of 1946.

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at RU154, a corner beacon on the southern boundary of Mineral Area No. 769m, Konkola “C”, the boundary runs in a straight line approximately due south for a distance of approximately 3,657.6 metres to the Kafue River; thence up the Kafue River in a general Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 4,876.8 metres to the Western end of a sharp major bend at which its general direction upstream swings to the South-East; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 250 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,657.6 metres to a sharp right-angular bend in the Kafue River; thence North-Westwards up the Kafue River for a distance of approximately 2,438.4 metres to its confluence with the Konkola Stream; thence in a general North-Westerly direction up the Konkola Steam to the point where it crosses the line N320-N321, the southern boundary of Mineral Area No. 709m, Konkola “B”; thence Eastwards along the southern boundaries of that Mineral Area and the aforesaid Mineral area No. 769m, Konkola “C”, through Beacon N320 to Beacon RU154, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 3,844.65 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 446 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 3rd May, 1945.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F21: DOME

GN 72 of 1946,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at N319, the beacon common to Mineral Areas Nos. 769m, Konkola “C”, and 709m, Konkola “B”, at their North-Western and North-Eastern corners respectively, the boundary runs Westwards along the northern boundary of the said Mineral Area No. 709m, Konkola “B”, to N318, its North-Western corner beacon and the most Easterly corner beacon of Mineral Area No. 708m, Konkola “A”; thence North-Westwards along the North-Eastern boundary of the said Mineral Area No. 708, Konkola “A”, through Beacon N327 to the point where it meets the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary near Beacon 25VE thereon; thence in a general Easterly direction along that International Boundary through Boundary Pillars 25V, 25IV and 25III to the point near Beacon RU150 where it meets the production of the line RU149-RU150, the North- Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 770m, Konkola “D”; thence south Westwards along that North-Western boundary of the said Mineral Area through Beacon RU150 to RU149, its most Westerly beacon and the most northerly beacon of the aforesaid Mineral Area No. 769m, Konkola “C”; thence South-Westwards and Westwards along the northern boundary of that Mineral Area No. 769m through Beacon RU148 to Beacon N319, the point of starting.

Included within the above defined boundaries but excluded from the National Forest are portions of the Chingola-Tshinsenda-Lubumbashi Main Road 60.96 metres Strip Reserve.

The above described area, in extent 3,642.3 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 446 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 3rd May, 1945.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F22: DAMBWA

GN 147 of 1943,

SI 353 of 1967,

SI 139 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon F236, the South-Eastern corner of Farm No. 722 “Drummond Park”, the boundary follows the Eastern and northern boundaries of the farm and Farm No. 2224 to the Sinde River; thence northwards along the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Kabondo Stream; thence along the left bank of this stream to the point where it is crossed by the production North-Westwards of the southern boundary of Farm No. 977; thence South- Eastwards along this production to Beacon Y128 at the South-Western corner of the said farm; thence along the Western, northern and Eastern boundaries of the said farm through Beacons Y127, Y126 and Y129 and continuing along the production South-Westwards of its Eastern boundary to the point of intersection with the northern production of the Eastern boundary of Farm No. 1059; thence along this production to Beacon O902, the North-Eastern corner of the said farm; thence Eastwards along the southern boundary of Farm No. 3106 to Beacon GW221, the Western boundary of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence southwards down this reserve to the northern boundary of Farm No. 1066; thence along the northern and Western boundaries of this farm and the Western boundary of Farm No. 1963 to the South-Western corner of the latter farm; thence Westwards to the Eastern boundary of Farm No. 1067; thence along the Eastern boundary of this farm to Beacon O941, its South-Eastern corner; thence along the southern boundary of the said farm through Beacon O940 to Beacon F1; thence on a true bearing of 288 degrees for 2,072.64 metres to Beacon F3 on the northern boundary of the Knight Drive; thence Westwards along this boundary for 3,048 metres to Beacon F4; thence due North to the South-Eastern corner of Farm No. 722, the point of starting.

Included within the described area but excluded from the Local Forest are:

   (1)   Lot No. 31/M.

   (2)   Natebe Siding Reserve (left).

All distances and directions quoted are approximate.

The above described area is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR53/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 3rd March, 1966.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F23: KATOMBORA

GN 147 of 1943,

SI 54 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon HA41 at the North-West corner of Lot No. 360/M, the boundary follows in a North-Westerly direction on an approximate bearing of 320 degrees for an approximate distance of 3,261.36 metres to a point on the East bank of the Butesi River; thence on an approximate bearing of 331 degrees for an approximate distance of 3,261.36 metres to Beacon CH366; thence generally Eastwards in a series of straight lines passing through Beacons CH365, CH364, CH363, CH362, CH361, CH360 and CH359 to Beacon CH358 on the southern edge of the Livingstone-Mambova Road; thence generally southwards in a series of straight lines through Beacons CH357, CH356, CH355, CH354, CH353, CH352, CH350, CH349, CH348, CH347 and CH346, to Beacon CH367; thence Westwards to Beacon CH368; thence South-Westwards to Beacon CH369; thence West-South-Westwards through Beacons HA43 and HA42 to Beacon HA41, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 4,766.5566 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR17/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 12th November, 1968.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F24: MALAVWE-NACHITWE

GN 147 of 1943,

GN 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon Y6, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 946 “Machili Forest Area”, on or near the old Kalomo-Mongu wagon road, the boundary follows this road Eastwards until it crosses the Barotse-Mamwala Cattle Cordon at a point approximately 152.4 metres to the North-East of milepost 66; thence in a South-Westerly direction along the Barotse-Namwala Cattle Cordon to Post No. 12, Mulanga; thence Westwards along the road from Mulanga to Mile peg 89 on the Zambesi Saw Mills logging track to where this road intersects the Eastern boundary of the 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence northwards along the Eastern edge of this Strip Reserve for a distance of 152.4 metres approximately to the point where this Strip Reserve intersects the line Y3-Y4, part of the South-Eastern boundary of Farm No. 946 Machili Forest Area; thence northwards along the Eastern boundary of Farm No. 946 Machili Forest Area through Beacons Y4 and Y5 to Beacon Y6, the point of starting.

The above described area is approximately 634.55 square kilometres in extent and is shown upon a plan deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, dated 15th March, 1943, numbered 410 and thereon bordered green.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F25: BOMBWE

GN 238 of 1942,

GN 66 of 1975.

Starting at a boundary post numbered 98 on the Eastern side of the Zambesi Saw Mills railway line from Livingstone to Machili, which post is approximately 566.928 metres south of the bridge over the Sichifulu River, the boundary follows a series of straight cut lines in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of 4,187.952 metres approximately, through boundary posts numbered 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18, 19; thence along a series of straight cut lines in a southerly direction for a distance of 1,188.72 metres approximately, through boundary post numbered 20, 21, 25 and 26; thence along a series of straight cut lines in a South-Easterly and Easterly direction for a distance of 3,657.6 metres approximately, through boundary posts numbered 28, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 46; thence it crosses the Zambesi Saw Mills railway to boundary post 47; thence along a series of straight cut lines in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 3,922.776 metres approximately, through boundary posts numbered 48, 51, 53, 59, 60, 61, 67; thence along a series of straight cut lines in a northerly direction for a distance of 2,093.976 metres approximately through boundary posts numbered 70, 71, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78; thence along a series of straight cut lines in a Westerly direction for a distance of 3,803.904 metres approximately, through boundary posts numbered 80, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 94, 95 to 98 at the point of starting.

The area described above is approximately 2,153.004 hectares in extent and is shown on a plan deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, dated 17th April, 1934, numbered 269 and thereon bordered green.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F26: LUSAKA SOUTH

GN 238 of 1942,

SI 235 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 138 of 1983.

Starting at a point on the Eastern edge of the Chilenje-Shantumbu Road, the boundary runs in a straight line due East for a distance of 2,400 metres to a point on the South-Western boundary of Farm No. 487a “Namobilo”; thence it follows the South-Western boundary of this farm to Beacon W118; thence along the southern boundary of this farm for a distance of 450 metres to Beacon 14a; thence on a bearing of 183G degrees for a distance of 612 metres to Beacon 14d; thence on a bearing of 93G degrees for a distance of 1,980 metres to Beacon K; thence on a bearing of 110G degrees for a distance of 1,414 metres to Beacon 57d; thence on a bearing of 80G degrees for a distance of 430 metres to Beacon 58c; thence on a bearing of 104 degrees for a distance of 2,100 metres to Beacon F110; thence in a straight line due south for a distance of 4,816 metres to Beacon SE3; thence in a straight line in a Westerly direction on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of 9,250 metres to Beacon B153 the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 406a “Springvale”; thence it follows the North-Western boundary of this farm for a distance of 900 metres to the edge of the Chilenje-Shantumbu Road; thence the boundary follows the Eastern edge of this road in a northerly direction for a distance of 2,000 metres; thence in a straight line in a Westerly direction on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of 600 metres; thence in a straight line in a northerly direction for a distance of 900 metres; thence in a straight line in an Easterly direction on a bearing of 90 degrees for a distance of 600 metres to the Eastern edge of the Chilenje-Shantumbu Road; thence it follows the Eastern edge of this road in a northerly direction for a distance of 5,300 metres to the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

Included within the above described boundaries but excluded from the Local Forest are Lots 27/M and 1203/M.

The above described area in extent 6,655 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR9/10, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 29th November, 1982.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F27: LUSAKA EAST

(Ceased to be a Local Forest)

SI 20 of 1983.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. 28: LUSAKA NORTH

Starting at Beacon C269, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 2731 which is 125 metres from the Great North Road, the boundary runs Westwards along the North-Eastern boundary of this farm for a distance of approximately 1080 metres to a point A thereon situated approximately 457 metres South-East of Beacon N115; thence North-Westwards in a straight line for a distance of approximately 540 metres to a point B situated 472 metres North-East of Beacon N115 of Beacons N115-SH26; thence North-Eastwards along this line through Beacon SH26 for a distance of approximately 1410 metres to Chunga Stream; thence Eastwards up stream for a distance of approximately 545 metres to the Great North Road; thence southwards along the Great North Road for a distance of 1920 metres, at this point the boundary proceeds Westwards for a distance of 125 metres to Beacon to the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from the true North.

The above described area, in extent approximately, 186 hectares, is compiled from Plan No. FR8/4 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated July, 1996.

GN 238 of 1942,

GN 99 of 1961,

SI 158 of 1973,

SI 187 of 1996,

SI 188 of 1996.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F29: CHISAMBA

GN 260 of 1946,

GN 221 of 1962,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at Beacon MT36 at the South-East corner of Farm No. 1887, the boundary proceeds northwards along the Eastern boundaries of this farm and of Farms Nos. 1886 and 1885, through Beacons MT35 and MT34 to Beacon MT33 at the South-West corner of Farm No. 2031; thence Eastwards along the southern boundaries of the latter farm and of Farms Nos. 2343 and 1157 through Beacons OH486, OH490 and Y462 to Beacon Y461 on the Western boundary of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence southwards along the latter boundary through Beacons T10T and T9W to Beacon Y456 at the North-East corner of Farm No. 1155; thence North- Westwards and South-Westwards along the northern and Western boundaries of this farm, through Beacon Y455 to Beacon Y454 at its South-Western corner; thence continuing South- Westwards, along the Western boundaries of Farms Nos. 1514 and 1153 through Beacon Y447 to Beacon Y446 on the northern boundary of Farm No. 2599; thence North-Westwards and southwards along the northern and Western boundaries of this farm through Beacon PT372 to Beacon PT373 at the North-West corner of Farm No. 2784; thence Westwards to Beacon MT36, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 5,790.00243 hectares, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR29/3 (S.G. Plan No. 262/60) deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 1st June, 1962.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F30: MWOMBOSHI

GN 287 of 1947,

GN 251 of 1960,

SI 158 of 1973.

Starting at Beacon F437, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 637, the boundary follows the northern boundary of the farm to Beacon F439, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 2140; thence North-Eastwards along the Eastern boundary of this farm to Beacon BH201, on the southern boundary of Farm No. 2138; thence generally North-Eastwards along the Easterly boundaries of this farm through Beacons BH205 and BH206 to Beacon BH207, its North-Eastern corner beacon near the Mulamba Steam; thence up the left bank of this steam to a point thereon opposite Beacon BH208, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 2237; thence Eastwards in a straight line along the southern boundary of this farm through Beacon BH208 to Beacon T289, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 1109; thence along the southern boundary of this farm to Beacon T304, its South-Eastern corner beacon on the Western edge of the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence generally southwards down the Western edge of this reserve through Beacons T312, T306, T314, T75L, T76L, T316, T318, T320, T79L, T80L, T322 and T324 to Beacon T326, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 113; thence along the northern boundary of this farm to Beacon T331, its North-Western corner beacon; thence southwards, South-Westwards and southwards along the Western boundaries of this farm, and Farms Nos. 1607 and 1503 through Beacons T332 and C871 to Beacon F437, the point of starting.

Included in the above described area but excluded from the National Forest are Mining Title No. 305 and adjoining Sites Nos. 1 and 2.

The area described above, in extent 4,084.47 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR32/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 23rd, May 1960.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F31: KABWE

GN 238 of 1942,

SI 54 of 1973,

SI 158 of 1973,

SI 78 of 1977.

All those areas of land together in extent of 10,010 hectares, comprised of: Block 1

Starting at Beacon BH3, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 387a, the boundary proceeds northwards along the Eastern boundary of this farm through Beacon Le22 to Beacon Le21, the South-Western corner of the property designated as U85; thence along the southern, Eastern and northern boundaries of this property to Beacon Le20; thence northwards to Beacon Le18; thence on a bearing of 88 degrees for a distance of 227 metres to Beacon B; thence on a bearing of 353 degrees for a distance of 32 metres to Beacon C; thence on a bearing of 85 degrees for a distance of 435 metres to Beacon D; thence on a bearing of 175 degrees for a distance of 56 metres to Beacon E; thence on a bearing of 88 degrees for a distance of 61 metres to Beacon F; thence on a bearing of 16 degrees for a distance of 34 metres to Beacon G; thence on a bearing of 336 degrees for a distance of 60 metres to Beacon H; thence on a bearing of 359 degrees for a distance of 370 metres to Beacon I on the southern edge of the road D200; thence on a bearing of 67 degrees along the southern edge of this road for a distance of 14 metres to Beacon Y; thence on a bearing of 352 degrees along the Eastern edge of the barracks road for a distance of 276 metres to Beacon X; thence on a bearing of 53 degrees for a distance of 2,350 metres to Beacon K; thence North-Eastwards along the South-Eastern boundary of Farm No. 155a to Beacon J, its Eastern corner beacon; thence South-Eastwards along the line J-P121 to its point of intersection with the northern boundary of the property designated as U142; thence South-Westwards and southwards along the northern and Western boundaries of this property to Beacon P122, the North-Western corner beacon of the property designated as BM431; thence southwards and North-Eastwards along the Western and southern boundaries of this property through Beacon P123 to Beacon P124, its South-Eastern corner beacon; thence continuing in a straight line to Beacon S; thence on a bearing of 145 degrees for a distance of 7,650 metres through Beacon P to Beacon Q; thence South-Westwards to Beacon T221, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1019; thence North-Westwards along the Eastern boundary of this farm and Farm No. 741 through Beacon H345 to Beacon H342; thence continuing in a straight line to Beacon C on the southern boundary of Farm No. 389a; thence along the southern, Eastern and northern boundaries of this farm through Beacons K3 and K2 to Beacon BH3, the point of starting.

Block 2

Starting at Beacon H344, the North-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 741 “Mayimba” the boundary follows the Western boundaries of Farm No. 741 and Farm No. 1019 “Mayimba Extension” through Beacon H335 to Beacon T219; thence South-Westwards to Beacon A on the production of the line T214-M2; thence in a Westerly direction to Beacon C440, the south Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 926; thence along the Eastern and northern boundaries of this farm and the northern boundary of Farm No. 925 through Beacons C439 and C438 to Beacon C437 on the Eastern boundary of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence northwards along this reserve to Beacon Le37; thence southwards and North-Eastwards along the Western and southern boundaries of Farm No. 387a through Beacon BH4 to Beacon T271, the North- Western corner beacon of Farm No. 1050 “Killarney”; thence along the Western and southern boundaries of this farm and Farm No. 1020 “Wood Norton” through Beacons T262, T216 and T218 to Beacon T214; thence southwards and Eastwards along the Western and southern boundaries of Farm No. 390a “Msweswe” through Beacons M2 and H337 to Beacon H338; thence southwards in a straight line to Beacon H344, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from magnetic North. Included within the areas described above but excluded from the National Forest:

1.   The Kabwe-Mulungushi Power Line Wayleave.

2.   The Kariba-Copperbelt Power Line Wayleave.

The areas described above are shown bordered green on Plan No. FR11/6, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 1st November, 1976.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F32: KALULU

GN 260 of 1946,

SI 46 of 1964,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon BH57 at the North-West corner of farm No. 3224, the boundary proceeds North-Westwards to Beacon SE61 at the southerly corner of Farm No. 2447; thence North- Eastwards along the Easterly boundary of this farm to Beacon SE84 at the South-West corner of Farm No. 2598; thence Eastwards and North-Eastwards along the southerly boundaries of Farms Nos. 2598 and 3095, through Beacon SE85 to Beacon J468 on the Westerly boundary of Farm No. 3167; thence South-Eastwards and Eastwards along the Westerly boundaries of Farms Nos. 3167 and 1539 and along the southerly boundary of the latter, passing through Beacons OH490, J469 and J470 to Beacon CE86; thence South-Eastwards to Beacon CE84; thence Westwards to Beacon CE82 on the Easterly boundary of Lot No. 407/M; thence North-Westwards, South- Westwards and South-Eastwards along the boundaries of this lot, through Beacons CE81, CE80 and CE79 to Beacon CE84; thence Westwards through Beacons J483, J482, BH55 and BH56 to Beacon BH57, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 4,781.5305 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR28/3 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 11th October, 1963.

FOREST RESERVE NO. F33: LUKANGA

[Revoked by No. 179 of 1966.]

GN 238 of 1942,

SI 47 of 1964,

SI 66 of 1975.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F34: KATANINO

Starting at Railway Mile Peg 1395, the boundary runs Eastwards in a straight line for approximately 3.218 kilometres to a point due North of, and approximately 2.33305 kilometres from the most Easterly peak of the Katanino Hills; thence due south to that peak; thence generally South-Westwards along the crests of the Katanino Hills for approximately 8.76905 kilometres to the most Westerly peak of the main range; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 226 degrees to the point of intersection of this line and a cut line running Eastwards from Beacon 68 NRP; thence along this cut line to the said beacon, thence in a straight line North-Eastwards to the point of starting.

Included within the above described area but excluded from the Local Forest are:

1.   The Zambia Railways 91.44 metres strip.

2.   Katanino Reserve.

3.   Farm No. 1303 (Cottage Reserve No. 198).

4.   Lot No. 12 (V.H.F. Repeater Station).

The above described area, in extent 4,532.64 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR7/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 15th May, 1963.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F35: SONGE-WE-LALA

GN 238 of 1942,

SI 54 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at a beacon on Songe-We-Lala Hill, the boundary proceeds in a North-Easterly direction along the crest of a line of hills until it meets the Shitwe Stream; thence up the Shitwe Stream to the head of the dambo which forms its Easternmost source; thence in an Easterly direction in a straight line for a distance of approximately 1.609 kilometres to the crest of a prominent hill; thence continuing Eastwards in a straight line to the confluence of the Katante Stream with the Muwalashi River; thence down the Muwalashi River to its confluence with the Mobi Stream; thence up the Mobi Stream for a distance of approximately 6,436 kilometres; thence in a straight line on a bearing of approximately 50 degrees East of True North to the beacon on Songe-We-Lala Hill, the point of starting.

Included within the above defined boundaries but excluded from the Local Forest is the Tan- Zam Pipeline Reserve, 18.288 metres in width.

The above described area, in extent 5,698.176 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR6/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 11th March, 1968.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F36: MIENGWE

GN 238 of 1942

SI 54 of 1970

158 of 1975

Starting at Beacon U297 at the South-East corner of Farm No. 1098, the boundary proceeds northwards and Eastwards along the Easterly and northerly boundaries of that farm, through Beacon U298 to Beacon U299 on the Eastern boundary of the Railway Reserve; thence generally northwards along the latter boundary to Beacon F46L; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 67 degrees for a distance of 12,344.4 metres to the Eastern edge of the old Ndola-Kapiri Mposhi Road; thence South-Eastwards along a cut line passing through Beacon V611 to Beacon V621; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 192 degrees for a distance of 5,608.32 metres; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 274G degrees for a distance of 11,521.44 metres passing through Beacon BH791 to Beacon U297, the point of starting.

Included within the above boundaries but excluded from the National Forest is the Tan-Zam Pipeline Reserve 18.288 metres in width.

All bearings, which refer to True North, and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent approximately 8,094 hectares, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR5/3 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 11th March, 1968.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F37: CHONDWE

GN 238 of 1942,

SI 54 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at the most Easterly Beacon Chond 4, of Farm No. 343a, the boundary proceeds North- Westwards and South-Westwards along the North-Easterly and North-Westerly boundaries of this farm through Beacons Chond 3 and Chond 2 to its most Westerly corner near Beacon Chond 1; thence in a straight line Westwards to the Eastern boundary of the Railway Reserve opposite Mile Peg 1428; thence northwards along this boundary to the southern boundary of Chikululu Siding Reserve, Lot No. 389/M; thence Eastwards, northwards and Westwards along the boundaries of this reserve to the Eastern boundary of the Railways Reserve; thence North- Eastwards along this boundary to the southern boundary of the Swahili Reserve No. XI, opposite Mile Peg 1430; thence Eastwards along this boundary to Boundary Pillar No. 10 on the Zambia- Zaire International Boundary; thence due south for approximately 3,291.84 metres; thence Westwards along a cut line for 5,029.2 metres approximately to the Eastern edge of the old Kabwe-Ndola 60.96 metres reserve; thence North-Westwards along this edge to the South- Eastern boundary of Farm No. 343a, thence North-Eastwards along this boundary to Beacon Chond 4, the point of starting.

Included within the above defined boundaries but excluded from the National Forest is the Tan- Zam Pipeline Reserve, 18.288 metres in width.

The above described area, in extent 3,222.626 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR30/3 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 11th March, 1968.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F38: NDOLA

GN 238 of 1942,

SI 286 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at International Boundary Pillar 15/1H, situated on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary follows this International Boundary South-Eastwards and northwards through International Boundary Pillars 15/1G, 15/1F, 15/1E, 15/1D, 15/1C, 15/1B, 15/1A and 15/1 to Beacon B47; thence on a bearing of 121 degrees for a distance of 2,000 metres to Beacon O1252 on the northern edge of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve (Farm 1383); thence South-Westwards to Beacon CN160 on the southern edge of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence on a bearing of 234 degrees for a distance of 1,080 metres to Beacon FD1; thence on a bearing of 209 degrees for a distance of 2,020 metres to Beacon FD2; thence on a bearing of 128 degrees for a distance of 1,920 metres to Beacon FD3; thence on a bearing of 231 degrees for a distance of 1,300 metres to Beacon FD4 on the northern edge of the M4 Road; thence in a South-Easterly direction following the northern edge of the road reserve for a distance of 1,600 metres to Beacon FD5; thence on a bearing of 43 degrees for a distance of 800 metres to Beacon FD6; thence on a bearing of 133 degrees for a distance of 1,080 metres to Beacon FD7; thence on a bearing of 223 degrees for a distance of 800 metres to Beacon FD8 on the northern edge of the M4 Road; thence South-Eastwards following the northern edge of the M4 Road to the Kansenji Stream; thence down the Kansenji Stream for a distance of 390 metres to its confluence with an unnamed Eastern tributary; thence up this unnamed tributary for a distance of 440 metres to Beacon CN167; thence on a bearing of 185 degrees for a distance of 2,120 metres to Beacon CN163 on the northern edge of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve (Farm 1391); thence South-Westwards along the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve for a distance of 380 metres through Beacon O340 to Beacon O338; thence on a bearing of 310 degrees for a distance of 960 metres to Beacon CP89; thence following the Ndola West Smallholdings’ northern boundary from Lot 326/M northwards to the southern edge of the T3 Road; thence in a South-Westerly direction following the southern edge of the T3 Road through Beacons L758, L757 to Beacon L756; thence on a bearing of 323 degrees for a distance of 5,380 metres following the Eastern boundary of Lot 603/M to Beacon W429; thence on a bearing of 223 degrees for a distance of 870 metres to Beacon W432; thence on a bearing of 351 degrees for a distance of 2,750 metres to Beacon W427; thence on a bearing of 327 degrees for a distance of 1,630 metres to Beacon W426, the southernmost beacon of Kaniki Smallholdings’ Plot 133; thence on a bearing of 15 degrees for a distance of 3,200 metres to Beacon CN159 on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary; thence southwards along the international boundary to Boundary Pillar 15/1H, the point of starting.

All bearings are from true North and distances are approximate. Included within the above described boundary but excluded from the National Forest are-

      (a)   part of Zambia Railways Strip Reserve (Farm 1383);

      (b)   Farm No. 1087;

      (c)   Lot No. 343/M.

The above described area, in extent 2,910 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR43/6, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated the 22nd October, 1976.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F39: CHICHELE

GN 238 of 1942

50 of 1952

SI 158 of 1975

223 of 1977

Starting at Beacon U313, the most Westerly corner beacon of Farm No. 1094, “Newlands Extension”, the boundary follows the South-Western boundaries of this farm and of Farm No. 1022, “Newlands”, through Beacon Y214 to Beacon Y211, the most southerly corner beacon of Farm No. 1022; thence along the South-Eastern boundary of this farm for a distance of 130 metres to point A, “Twapya Stream”; thence in a South-Easterly direction along the right bank of the Twapya Stream to point B, on the northern edge of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence following the northern edge of this strip reserve through Beacons O300 and O280 to point C, its intersection with the Chichele Stream; thence down this stream to point D, the most northerly beacon of Plot 69, Chichele Farms; thence along the Western boundary of the said farms and continuing in the same straight line for a total distance of 1,470 metres to Beacon X23; thence in a Westerly direction for a distance of 3,350 metres to Beacon O247 on the Eastern edge of the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence across the said strip reserve to Beacon O248 on its Western edge; thence in a straight line in a North-Westerly direction for a distance of 3,760 metres to Beacon X35 on the Luanshya Stream; thence northwards along the line X 35-YR1441 for a distance of 895 metres to the southern edge of Wayleave S196; thence Eastwards along the edge of the wayleave for a distance of 2,600 metres to its intersection with the line X35-U313; thence in a North-Easterly direction along the said line to Beacon U313, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate.

Included in the area described above but excluded from the National Forest is the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve, between Chichele Stream crossing and Beacons O247 and O248.

The above described area, in extent 2,560 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. P427/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 23rd September, 1976.

LOCAL FOREST NO. 40: LUANSHYA

GN 271 of 1943

242 of 1961

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at Beacon O169 on the southern edge of the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve, the boundary follows this strip reserve in an Easterly direction through Beacons O171, O173, O175, O177, O179, O181, O183, O185, O187, O189, O191, O193, O195, O197 and O199 to Beacon O201; thence southwards in a straight line along the Ndola-Luanshya District boundary to Beacon CK68 thereon; thence North-Westwards in a straight line through Beacon TR1169 to Beacon CL69, on the northern boundary of Stand No. 1004 Luanshya; thence northwards to Beacon U372; thence Eastwards to Beacon CK70; thence northwards to Beacon R, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Kamirendo Smallholding No. 44; thence northwards along the Eastern boundary of this smallholding and Smallholdings Nos. 43, 26, 25, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19 and 18 to Beacon O169, the point of starting.

Included within the boundaries described above but excluded from the Local Forest are Lots Nos. 168/M and 169/M, Luanshya Rifle Range and Club Site, together in extent 20.068 hectares.

The area described above, in extent 6,875.0436 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR13/3, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 20th May, 1961.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 41: MINDOLO

[Revoked by No. 109 of 1959.]

GN 238 of 1942

SI 54 of 1975

66 of 1975

196 of 1979

LOCAL FOREST NO. F42: MUFULIRA

Starting at Beacon W391, the most Westerly corner beacon of Lot 592/M, the boundary proceeds in a South-Easterly direction along southern boundaries of Lots 592/M and 978/M through Beacon W410 to Beacon CK361; thence in a southerly direction to Beacon CK362; thence in a South-Westerly direction through Beacon HT1089 to Beacon HT1088; thence in a South-Easterly direction through Beacon HT1094 to a point on the right bank of the Mutundu River; thence down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Kalindini River; thence up the left bank of this river for a distance of 3,350 metres to its confluence with an unnamed stream from the north; thence up the bank of this stream for a distance of 3,050 metres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary from the North-East; thence up the left bank of this tributary for a distance of 1,375 metres; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 360 degrees for a distance of 910 metres to a point due East of Kilometre Peg 14 in the Zambia Railways Strip Reserve; thence due Westwards to Beacon CK360 on the Eastern edge of this reserve; thence North-Eastwards along the Eastern edge of this reserve to Beacon OU416; thence on a bearing of 75 degrees for a distance of 1,645 metres to Beacon SK1; thence on a bearing of 350 degrees for a distance of 505 metres to Beacon SK2; thence on a bearing of 27 degrees for a distance of 837 metres to Beacon SK3; thence in a South-Easterly direction to Beacon J372; thence in an Easterly direction to Beacon J371; thence in a North-Easterly direction to Beacon W391, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

Included in the above described area but excluded from the local forest are Lots 502/M and 503/M for the Mufulira Rifle Range and Club.

The above described area, in extent 6,433 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR2/7, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 12th October, 1978.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F43: CHINGOLA

GN 183 of 1945

SI 430 of 1968

224 of 1977

Starting at Beacon BR414 on the Western boundary of Wayleave No. S107 the boundary proceeds South-Eastwards to Beacon JB112 of Lot No. 245/M; thence along the northern, Western and souther boundaries of this lot through Beacons JB110; JB111 to Beacon BR422 on the Western boundary of Kasompe Township; thence along this township boundary to Beacon JP1600; thence South-Westwards to Beacon WK76 the South-Eastern corner beacon of Lot No. 662/M (Mimbula East Extension); thence North-Westwards along the Eastern boundary of this lot to Beacon HW157, the North-Eastern corner beacon of the above lot; thence Eastwards through Beacon BR433 to Beacon BR414, the point of starting.

The above described area in extent 660 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR25/4, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th August, 1977.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F44: KAFWIRA

GN 158 of 1944

333 of 1962

SI 158 of 1975

Starting at Beacon BP26 VII on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary proceeds generally South-Eastwards along this international boundary through Beacons BP26 VI, BP26 V, BP26 IV, BP26 III, BP26 II and BP26 I to Beacon BP26; thence along the northern boundary of Farm No. 2195 to Beacon N323; thence on a true bearing of approximately 302 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,127.76 metres to the right bank of the Mulilamana Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Chilema River; thence down the right bank of this river for approximately 5,334 metres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence North-Eastwards up the left bank of this tributary to its source; thence on a true bearing of approximately 303 degrees for approximately 5,974.08 metres to the confluence of the Lutuba River and the Lukunala Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of approximately 337 degrees to the confluence of the Mulalashi River with an unnamed tributary; thence up the left bank of this tributary to its source; thence due North for approximately 1,524 metres; thence due West for approximately 2,407.92 metres to Beacon BP26 VII, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 15,483.822 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR16/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th December, 1961.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F45: KIPUSHI

GN 158 of 1944,

SI 430 of 1968,

158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon BP28 on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary follows this international boundary in a general South-Easterly direction through intermediate Beacon BP27/V/D to intermediate Beacon BP27/V/C; thence in a general South-Westerly direction to Beacon RU158 situated on the northern boundary of Katwishi Special Grant No. 771/M; thence in a straight line in a South-Easterly direction to Beacon RU155 on the southern boundary of Katwishi Special Grant; thence in a straight line in a North-Easterly direction to Beacon BP27/VA on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary; thence the boundary follows this international boundary in a general South-Easterly direction through Beacons BP27/V, BP27/IV, BP27/III and BP27/II to Beacon BP27/I/G; thence on a true bearing of approximately 245 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,677.924 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 304 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,183.38 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 263 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,930.908 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 307 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,575.56 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 290 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,666.488 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 335 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,861.16 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 60 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,053.84 metres to Beacon BP28, the point of starting.

Lot No. 1109/M is included in the area described above but excluded from the National Forest.

The above described area, in extent 4,843.8543 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR15/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 19th February, 1968.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P46: CHOMA

GN 356 of 1950,

191 of 1962,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon L395 at the South-Eastern corner of Farm No. 2055, the boundary proceeds northwards along the Eastern boundary of that farm to Beacon I14 at its North-Eastern corner; thence it continues in the same straight line for approximately 670.56 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 80 degrees for approximately 1,600.2 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 181 degrees for approximately 609.6 metres to the southern boundary of Farm No. 764; thence Eastwards along this boundary to the right bank of the Siamambo Stream; thence down this bank to the northern boundary of Trust Land No. XV, near the confluence of the Bunchele and Siamambo Streams; thence Westwards in a straight line along the last-named boundary to Beacon L395, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 1,695.693 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR36/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 21st March, 1962.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 47: MAGOYE

(Ceased to be a Local Forest (see SI No. 94 of 1987))

GN 51 of 1952,

311 of 1956,

SI 158 of 1975.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P48: CHOMA WEST

Starting at Beacon L¢, the North-East corner beacon of Farm No. 1640 on the southern edge of the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve, the boundary follows the southern edge of this strip reserve Eastwards to Beacon BR250, the North-West corner beacon of Farm No. 2502; thence it follows the Western and southern boundaries of Farm No. 2502 through BR251 to Beacon RS8, the North-West corner beacon of Farm No. 1812; thence it follows the Western boundary of Farm No. 1812 southwards to Beacon RS9; thence it follows the northern boundary of Farm No. 1814 Westwards to Beacon RS10; thence it follows the northern boundary of Farm No. 1817 Westwards to Beacon OH6; thence it follows the northern boundary of Farm No. 1648 Westwards to Beacon V168; thence it flows the Eastern boundary of Farm No. 1640 North- Eastwards to Beacon L¢, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 930.81 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR39/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 18th October, 1956.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 49: KALOMO SOUTH

[Revoked by No. 175 of 1959.]

GN 136 of 1952,

SI 158 of 1975,

107 of 1987.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P50: MAGOYE SOUTH

Starting at Beacon SW16, the southmost corner beacon of Farm No. 2613, the boundary proceeds southwards along the Great North Road for a distance of 1.3 kilometres to the Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1239, Cottage No. 171; thence skirting the North-Eastern, North- Western and South-Western boundaries of Farm No. 1239 to its southmost corner beacon; thence southwards along the Great North Road for 0.45 kilometres to Beacon 1, at the junction of the Great North Road and a gravel road leading to Lochinvar National Park No. 13; thence along this gravel road for 6.7 kilometres to Beacon 2 erected at the point where this gravel road crosses the Ila-Tonga Reserve No. XXII; thence along this Ila-Tonga Reserve No. XXII boundary for a distance of 3.8 kilometres to Beacon SW15, the Western corner beacon of Farm No. 2612; thence along the South-Western boundaries of Farms Nos. 2612 and 2613 for a distance of 5.1 kilometres to Beacon SW16, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate, and all bearing are taken from true North.

The above described area in extent 1,360 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR40/3 deposited in the Office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 25th March, 1987.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 51: KAPALALA

[Revoked by No. 217 of 1970.]

GN 6 of 1959,

SI 47 of 1964,

66 of 1975.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F53: BWANA MKUBWA

Starting at Beacon NR30 on the northern boundary of the railway strip reserve, the boundary proceeds North-Westwards in a series of straight lines through Beacons CG582, CG581, CG580, CG579, CG578, and BH872 to BH873; thence Eastwards, through Beacon L2 to Beacon C; thence South-Eastwards to Beacon L34; thence South-Westwards to Beacon BH874 on the northerly boundary of the railway strip reserve; thence generally Westwards along the latter boundary to Beacon NR30, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 1,703.787 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR117/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 14th January, 1964.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F55: CHIPATA

GN 224 of 1954,

GN 258 of 1954,

SI 139 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon XN, the most northerly beacon of Farm No. D39, the boundary follows the Msandili Reserve No. I boundary South-Eastwards to Beacon C469 on the Zambia-Malawi International Boundary; thence in a general South-Easterly direction along that boundary through Beacons C470, CCV, CCIV, CCIII, CCII, CCI, CC, CXCIX, CXCVIII, CXCVII, CXCVI, CXCV, CXCIV, CXCIII, CXCII and CXCI to Beacon CXC; thence along the northern boundary of Plot No. 107, Chipata, in a general Westerly direction through Beacons C476, N245, N244, N243, N242, N241, N240 and N239 to Beacon N238; thence in a straight line northwards to Beacon T128, the South-East corner beacon of Plot No. 112, Chipata; thence northwards along the Eastern boundary of Plot No. 112, Chipata, to Beacon T127, its North-Eastern corner; thence in a straight line North-Westwards, through Beacon T150, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Plot No. 110, Chipata, to the point where it intersects the line X-XN, the Eastern boundary of Farm No. D41; thence northwards along the Eastern boundary of Farm No. D41 to Beacon XN, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 1,688.4084 metres, is shown bordered green on a plan deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, dated 7th August, 1954, and numbered FR97.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F56: BORDER

GN 276 of 1957,

GN 176 of 1959,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Boundary Pillar No. 25 on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary follows the international boundary in an Easterly and southerly direction to Boundary Pillar No. 24; thence in a straight line in a North-Westerly direction to Boundary Pillar No. 25R of the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary; thence in a northerly direction along the international boundary to Boundary Pillar No. 25, the point of starting.

Included in the above described area but excluded from the National Forest is the Nieudorp Special Grant No. 34m.

The above described area, in extent 6,900.135 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR116 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 8th April, 1957.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F61: KAFWIRA EXTENSION

GN 91 of 1959,

GN 334 of 1962,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at the confluence of the Kafue River and the Mulalashi Stream, the boundary proceeds up the left bank of this stream for approximately 13,258.8 metres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence on a true bearing of approximately 157 degrees along the Western boundary of National Forest No. 44: Kafwira, for approximately 5,486.4 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 240 degrees for approximately 8,290.56 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 284 degrees for approximately 4,236.72 metres to the left bank of the Kafue River; thence up the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Mulalashi Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 8,935.776 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR146/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 27th October, 1961.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F62: MFWEMBE

GN 91 of 1959,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon BP271C on the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary, the boundary follows this international boundary in a general South-Easterly direction through Beacons BP27I, BP27, BP26IX and BP26VIII to Beacon BP26VIIE; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of 269 degrees approximately for a distance of 0.4827 kilometres approximately to the source of the Muambo Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kafue River; thence up the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Mfwembe Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kafwembe Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream for a distance of 4.9879 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 317 degrees approximately for a distance of 5.7924 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 50 degrees approximately for a distance of 2.7353 kilometres approximately to Beacon BP27IC, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 13,152.75 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR147 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 15th September, 1958.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F63: KALILELE

GN 91 of 1959,

SI 430 of 1968,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at the confluence of the Kafue River and Mwitimpi Stream, the boundary follows the left bank of the Mwitimpi Stream to its confluence with the Kapitanihi Stream; thence up the left bank of the Kapitanihi Stream to its confluence with the Luamisamba Stream; thence up the left bank of the Luamisamba Stream to its source; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 262 degrees for a distance of 3,291.84 metres to the Kamakanko Stream; thence down the right bank of the Kamakanko Stream to its confluence with the Mufukunshi River; thence up the left bank of the Mufukunshi River to its confluence with the Luansununo Stream; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 360 degrees for a distance of 3,048 metres to the Chibalwe Stream; thence down the right bank of the Chibalwe Stream to its confluence with the Munioshi River; thence up the left bank of the Munioshi River to its confluence with the Kapanda Stream; thence up the left bank of the Kapanda Stream to its source; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 10 degrees for a distance of 2,042.16 metes to the source of the Miruru Stream; thence down the right bank of the Miruru Stream to its confluence with the Munioshi River; thence down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Kafue River; thence down the right bank of the Kafue River to its confluence with the Mwitimpi Stream, the point of starting.

All bearings, which are referred to True North, and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 49,093.3476 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. 148/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 26th May, 1967.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F64: MUSAKA

GN 91 of 1959,

GN 336 of 1962,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon BP29 III M on the Zambia-Congo International Boundary, the boundary follows this international boundary Eastwards and southwards through Beacons BP29 III, BP29 II, BP29 I, BP29, BP28 III, BP28 II and BP28 I to Beacon BP28; thence on a true bearing of approximately 240 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,053.84 metres; thence on a true bearing of approximately 292 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,246.12 metres to the Kafue River; thence up this river to its confluence with the Ntanga Stream; thence up this stream to its confluence with the Lufwanyama Stream; thence up this stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of approximately 335 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,930.908 metres to the source of the Mushinge Stream; thence down this stream to its confluence with the Lissowa Stream; thence up this stream to its source; thence due south for a distance of approximately 579.12 metres to Beacon BP29 III M, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 23,270.25 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR149/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 25th August, 1961.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F65: CHAMATO

GN 91 of 1959,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon BP29VI on the Zambia-Congo International Boundary, the boundary proceeds South-Eastwards on a true bearing of 162 degrees for a distance of 6.1142 kilometres approximately to the point of intersection with the Mushindamo River; thence generally South- Eastwards down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Shiwane Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kisopuyu Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence North-Westwards on a true bearing of 314 degrees approximately for a distance of 7.2405 kilometres approximately to the source of the Kyachimba Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Namipundu Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence South-Eastwards on a true bearing of 167 degrees approximately for a distance of 0.8045 kilometres approximately to the source of the Kafulabunga Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Chilumbwa Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kamakalongo Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of 83 degrees approximately for a distance of 1.2872 kilometres approximately to the source of the Fisabo Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Chimone Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kansishi Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of 246 degrees approximately for a distance of 1.9308 kilometres approximately to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Kamano River; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Kamano River; thence down the right bank of this river for a distance of 6.436 kilometres approximately to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence up the left bank of this tributary to its source; thence on a true bearing of 62 degrees approximately for a distance of 2.4135 kilometres approximately to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Chilumbwa Stream; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Chilumbwa Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream for a distance of 4.0225 kilometres approximately to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence up the left bank of this tributary to its source; thence on a true bearing of 323 degrees approximately for a distance of 3.8616 kilometres approximately to the point of intersection with the Solwezi-Kipushi Motor Road; thence South-Westwards along the northern boundary of the road for a distance of 5.6315 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 342 degrees approximately for a distance of 0.1609 kilometres approximately to Beacon BP30IIK on the Zambia-Congo International Boundary; thence generally northwards along this boundary through Beacons BP30II, BP30I and BP30 to Beacon BP29VI, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 34,156.68 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR150 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 15th September, 1958.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F66: KABWIMA

GN 91 of 1959.

Starting at the confluence of the Kamano and the Munyonshi Rivers; the boundary proceeds up the left bank of the latter river for a distance of 13.1938 kilometres approximately to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence up the left bank of this tributary in a general southerly direction for a distance of 10.2976 kilometres approximately to its source; thence on a true bearing of 205 degrees approximately for a distance of 5.3097 kilometres approximately to the northern boundary of the Solwezi-Chingola motor road; thence generally North-Westwards following the Eastern boundary of the motor road along the watershed between the Lunga and Kafue rivers for a distance of 32.18 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 69 degrees approximately for 4.827 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 42 degrees approximately for a distance of 2.8962 kilometres approximately to an unnamed tributary of the Chilumbwa Stream; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Chilumbwa Stream; thence down the right bank of this confluence with the Chilumbwa Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream for a distance of 1.609 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 184 degrees approximately for a distance of 13.8374 kilometres approximately to the confluence of the Kabwima River and the Kamasasa Stream; thence down the right bank of the Kabwima River for a distance of 3.218 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 86 degrees approximately for a distance of 3.218 kilometres approximately to the Inamululobwe Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kamano River; thence down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Munyonshi River, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 28,855.11 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR151 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 15th September, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F67: SIMONGA

GN 117 of 1959,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon P, the most northerly beacon of Farm No. 11a near the Sinde River, the boundary follows the Westerly and northerly boundaries of Farms Nos. 11a, 723 and 2657 through Beacons E, H and F233 to Beacon GN454 at the North-Western corner of the latter farm; thence Westwards on a true bearing of approximately 275 degrees for a distance of approximately 11,490.96 metres to the Eastern boundary on Trust Land No. XVII; thence northwards along this boundary for approximately 4,267.2 metres to the southern boundary of the Toka Reserve No. XXIV; thence Eastwards along this boundary to the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 6,070.5 hectares, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR155 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 2nd March, 1959.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F68: KANSAMFWE

GN 88 of 1960,

SI 47 of 1964,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Boundary Pillar No. 10 on the Zambia-Congo International Boundary, the reserve boundary follows the latter in a generally Easterly direction to Boundary Pillar No. 9/1; thence Westwards to Beacon CR89 at the South-East corner of National Forest No. 37: Chondwe; thence northwards along the Eastern boundary of that reserve to Boundary Pillar BP10, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 2,270.367 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR157/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 17th March, 1964.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F69: KAFUE

SI 370 of 1962,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 76 of 2001.

Stating at Beacon W 72 at the south-east corner of Farm No. 74a, the boundary proceeds north-east wards along the easterly boundaries of this Farm and Farm No. 477a and the south-easterly boundary of farm No. 2999, through Beacons W71 and W70 to Beacon DN5 at the most easterly corner of the latter, thence he boundary proceeds north-east wards for a distance approximately 1, 410 metres to Beacon W44; thence south-east wards along the westerly boundaries of Farm No. 467a to Beacon W46; thence south-east wards in a straight line the boundary proceeds to Beacon No: W89; thence north-west wards the boundary proceeds for a distance approximately 2,000 metres to Beacon JM 2; thence in a south –west direction for a distance approximately 1,000 metres to Beacon JM3; thence in a north-west wards to Beacon W 72, the point of stating. Included within the boundaries described but excluded from the forest reserve are the unsurveyed Farm No. U2607 and that portion of District Road No.158 which traverse the area.

The above described area, in extent 1,384 hectares approximately is shown boarded greed upon plan No. FR211/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, Signed by him and dated 22nd September, 1962.

[Local Forest No. F69: Kafue subs by para 2 of SI 76 of 2001.]

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F70: SINDA

GN 283 of 1963,

SI 216 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon OB276, the southerly beacon of Farm No. 2278, the boundary proceeds North-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of approximately 34G degrees for a distance of approximately 4,206.24 metres to Beacon OB289; thence in a straight line on a bearing of approximately 9 degrees for a distance of approximately 646.7856 metres to Beacon OB288, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 2271; thence in a straight line along the Eastern boundary of this farm on a bearing of approximately 358G degrees for a distance of approximately 2,599.6392 metres to Beacon OB279, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 2271; thence in a straight line along the southern boundary of Trust Land No. XXIV on a bearing of approximately 87G degrees for a distance of approximately 6,141.72 metres through Beacon OB280 to Beacon OB281, the North-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 2169; thence in a straight line along the Western boundary of this farm on a bearing of approximately 191G degrees for a distance of approximately 3,119.0184 metres to Beacon OB282; thence in a straight line on a bearing of approximately 192G degrees for a distance of approximately 1,167.688 metres to Beacon OB268 on the Great East Road; thence generally South-Westwards along the Great East Road for a distance of 8,574.024 metres approximately to a point distant approximately 1,371.6 metres south of Beacon OB276; thence in a straight line on a bearing of approximately 356G degrees for a distance of approximately 1,371.6 metres to Beacon OB276, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 3,790.4202 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR313 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 15th December, 1969.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F71: CHISANGWA

SI 42 of 1964,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon PT37 the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 2068, the boundary follows the southern boundary of this farm to Beacon PT38 its South-Eastern corner beacon on the northern edge of the Nchanga-Ngwena Mission road; thence due south Across this road to a point on its southern edge; thence South-Eastwards along the southern boundary of the road for a distance of approximately 1,554.48 metres to the point where it is joined by the old Nkana- Nchanga road or Shibushinga’s Road; thence southwards along the Western edge of this latter road for a distance of approximately 12,192 metres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 240 degrees for a distance of approximately 609.6 metres to a point on the South or Lower Katembula River, 1,524 metres upstream of its confluence with the Sosa Stream; thence Westwards down the right bank of the South or Lower Katembula River to its confluence with the Upper Katembula River; thence in a northerly direction up the left bank of this river to Beacon CP167 at its source; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 348 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,577.084 metres to Beacon PT37, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 9,793.74 hectares is shown bordered green upon a plan numbered FR62/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 26th August, 1959.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F72: KAZIMULI

SI 180 of 1966,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at D109, the most northerly beacon of Farm No. D150, the boundary follows that of Farm No. 2187 for 1,292.0472 metres to Beacon OB297; thence parallel to the Katete-Kazimuli road on a bearing of 56 degrees for 929.64 metres; thence on a bearing of 108 degrees for a distance of 2,560.32 metres; thence on a bearing of 132 degrees for 137.16 metres to the North- Western boundary of Farm No. D147; thence down the aforesaid boundary on a bearing of 228 degrees for 899.16 metres to Beacon D109; thence on a bearing of 263 degrees for a distance of 2,142.744 metres to Beacon D109, the point of starting.

Bearings, which are referred to Grid North, and distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 352.8984 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan FR242 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 26th January, 1965.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F73: MSIPAZI

SI 187 of 1968,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon Z5, the South-Western corner beacon of Subdivision A of Farm No. D33, the boundary runs in a northerly direction on a bearing of 355 degrees 40 minutes 26 seconds for a distance of 1,549.237 metres to Beacon GS12A; thence continuing on the same bearing for a distance of 15.545 metres to the left bank of the Msipazi River; thence in an Easterly direction along this river to its confluence with an unnamed stream; thence it follows the left bank of this stream in an Easterly direction to point b on the left bank of this stream; thence in a South- Easterly direction on a bearing of 118 degrees 14 minutes 10 seconds through Beacon GS10 for a distance of 1,109.9 metres to Beacon GX11; thence in a South-Westerly direction on a bearing of 233 degrees 57 minutes 46 seconds for a distance of 3,239.63 metres to Beacon Z5, the point of starting.

All bearings, which refer to True North, and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent approximately 284.828 hectares, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR284 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 6th March, 1967.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 74: KASHITU

[Revoked by No. 52 of 1970.]

SI 284 of 1968,

SI 66 of 1975.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F75: SOLI

Starting at Forest Department Beacon 1 situated on the North bank of the Chongwe River 91.44 metres downstream from the point where the old mine road crosses the river, the boundary goes in a straight line on a bearing of 0 degrees for a distance of 4,572 metres to Forest Department Beacon 8 on the West bank of the Kanakantapa Stream; thence up the Kanakantapa Stream along the West bank in a North-North-Westerly direction for a distance of 8,991.6 metres to Forest Department Beacon 9; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of 3,352.8 metres to Forest Department Beacon 10; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 186 degrees for a distance of 3,261.36 metres to Forest Department Beacon 11; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 200 degrees for a distance of 1,493.52 metres to Forest Department Beacon 12 at the source of an unnamed tributary of the Chongwe Stream; thence down the East bank of this unnamed stream in a general southerly direction for a distance of 3,108.96 metres to Forest Department Beacon 13 on the North bank of the Chongwe Stream opposite Chinkuli School; thence down the Chongwe Stream along the North bank in a South- Easterly direction for a distance of 8,991.6 metres to Forest Department Beacon 1, the point of starting.

All bearings, which refer to True North, and all distances are approximate.

The area is 4,972.549 hectares approximately and is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR258 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 8th March, 1967.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F76: CHILA

SI 53 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon CN62 on the Eastern boundary of Subdivision A of Farm No. T5, the boundary follows this boundary northwards to the northern corner of that subdivision at Beacon D; thence North-Eastwards along the straight line joining the latter beacon to Beacon H525 at the northern corner of Farm No. T32 for a distance of approximately 7,498.08 metres to the point of intersection of this line with the track to Zombe Village; thence South-Eastwards and South- Westwards along this track for a distance of approximately 2,804.16 metres; thence southwards in a straight line to the Mbala-Nakatali Hill track at a point where a track branches Westwards from it; thence South-Westwards along the Mbala-Nakatali Hill track to its junction with the Mbala-Kawimbe road; thence Westwards along the latter road to its junction with the northern boundary of Mbala Township; thence North-Westwards along this boundary to Beacon CN62, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 2,306.79 hectares, is shown bordered green upon a plan numbered FR288 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 8th January, 1968.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. F77: KALIBU

SI 101 of 1974,

SI 102 of 1992.

Starting at Beacon O1451 which is near the Zambia Railways Kafue Bridge, the boundary runs in a Westerly direction for a distance of 70 metres to the bank of Kafue River, the boundary turns south and runs along the bank of Kafue River, for a distance of 1,860 metres to Beacon L524, the boundary runs through Beacon A, B and CX to Beacon D, the boundary runs for a distance of 340 metres to Beacon FBI, the boundary turns in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 1,372 metres crossing Mwekera Stream to Beacon FB2, the boundary turns in a South-Easterly direction for a distance of 380 metres crossing Mwekera Stream to Beacon HT1770, the boundary runs for a distance of 200 metres to Beacon SU10, in the same direction for another 80 metres the boundary joins Mwekera Stream; the boundary runs along this stream to join the Zambia Railway line, along the rail line the boundary runs through Beacon O1443, O1447, O1445 and O1449 for a distance of 2,040 metres to Beacon O1451, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 174.40 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR440/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 27th April, 1992.

FOREST RESERVE NO. 84: MWERKERA EAST

[Revoked by SI No. 236 of 1973.]

SI 48 of 1973,

SI 66 of 1975.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F85: MASUPE-BOUNDARY DESCRIPTION

Commencing at a point on the Capita Hill the boundary proceeds in an Easterly direction on a bearing of 79 degrees for a distance of 3,840 metres to Beacon TN; thence on a bearing of 197 degrees for a distance of 4,267 metres to Beacon T3; thence on a bearing of 314 degrees for a distance of 2,621 metres to Beacon S; thence on a bearing of 282 degrees for a distance of 1,524 metres to Beacon R; thence on a bearing of 36 degrees for a distance of 1,447 metres to the Capita Hill, the point of starting.

All bearings and distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 900 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR357, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 27th October, 1972.

LOCAL FOREST NO. F88: SASARE

SI 236 of 1973,

SI 66 of 1975.

Commencing at Beacon A situated on top of the Matepo Hills, approximately 1,036 metres East of a point where the Chikawa-Petauke road crosses a cut line, the boundary proceeds in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 50 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,950 metres to Beacon B; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 165 degrees for a distance of approximately 8,500 metres to Beacon C; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 255 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,320 metres to Beacon D; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 345 degrees for a distance of approximately 7,528 metres to Beacon E; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 70 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,494 metres to Beacon A; on top of Matepo Hills, the point of commencement.

The above-described area, in extent 3,180 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR336, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 17th August, 1971.

NATIONAL AND LOCAL FORESTS

[SECTIONS 5 AND 6]

Declarations by the Minister

NATIONAL AND LOCAL FORESTS NOS. 1, 6 AND 8

The areas described in the Schedule are hereby declared to be National and Local Forests, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said areas except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or reopening any saw-pit or road;

      (c)   firing any grass or undergrowth;

      (d)   grazing livestock;

      (e)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or other purposes;

      (f)   entering or being in or upon the said areas in any manner or for any purpose contrary to any statutory order made by the Chief Forest Officer:

Provided that, notwithstanding the foregoing prohibitions, any bona fide picnic or camping party may without licence camp and light fires in any portions of the said areas set apart for these purposes on condition that any fires so lighted shall be effectively prevented from spreading and shall be extinguished before being left by the person or persons who lighted them.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P1: KALAMBO FALLS

GN 66 of 1943.

All that piece of land known as the Kalambo Falls National Forest and comprising subdivision No. 179 of Farm No. T, in extent 518.016 hectares shown on General Plan No. 202A and of which the boundaries are recited on diagram No. 71 of 1936, prepared and signed by J. E. S. Bradford, Licensed Surveyor, and dated January, 1935, viz: B596-B597-B598-B599-B600; thence in a straight line to the point where the line B599 to B600 produced meets the “Thalweg” of the Kalambo River; thence up the “Thalweg” of the Kalambo River to where it is intersected by the production of the line B597-B596; thence in a straight line to B596.

Both the above plans are deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General at Lusaka.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P6: KARUBWE

GN 59 of 1949,

SI 267 of 1964,

SI 108 of 1999.

Starting at beacon JM6 the South Western corner beacon of Chisamba National Forest No. F29, the boundary proceeds eastwards along the southern boundary of Chisamba National Forest No. F29 to beacon No. PT373 the common beacon Farms No. 2599 and 2784 and Chisamba National Forest Reserve No. 29; thence the boundary follows the western boundary of Farm No. 2784 through beacons PT374, PT375, and PT376 to beacon Y 429, the common beacon of Farms Nos. 2784 and 1149 thence the boundary follows a straight line in a south westerly direction to the confluence of Karubwe Stream and its unnamed tributary, thence up the Karubwe Stream to its source, thence in a northern direction to beacon No. JMI; thence in a westerly direction to beacon No. JM2 at the source of Chashinama Stream; thence down Chishinama stream to its confluence with Little Chishinama Stream ,thence up little Chashinama Stream to it source; thence the boundary follows a straight line north eastwards to beacon JM5; thence in a northerly direction to beacon JM6, the point of starting.

The above described area in extent 5076 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on plan FR 33/2, deposited in the Office of the Surveyor General signed by him and dated 27th April, 1999.

[National Forest No. P6: Karubwe subs by para 2 of SI 108 of 1999.]

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 8: MWEKERA

[Revoked by No. 189 of 1972.]

LOCAL FOREST NO. P2: MACHILI

GN 125 of 1945,

GN 168 of 1963,

GN 228 of 1973,

GN 66 of 1975,

GN 60 of 1980.

The area described in the Schedule is hereby declared to be a Local Forest, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said area except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or reopening any road or saw-pit;

      (c)   firing any grass or undergrowth, or lighting or assisting in lighting any fire, or allowing any fire to enter the said area;

      (d)   grazing livestock;

      (e)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or other purposes;

      (f)   entering or being in or upon the said area in any manner or for any purpose contrary to any statutory order made by the Chief Forest Officer:

Provided that, notwithstanding the foregoing prohibitions-

   (1)      any nominees of the Litunga of the Western Province or of the Mwandi Kuta shall at any time be granted licences free of charge to cut trees for canoes or to enter the said area in search of honey or game;

   (2)      the Zambezi Saw Mills Ltd., shall continue to exercise the rights conferred on them by an Indenture made the 12th October, 1942, Registered No. L946/6, dated the 29th October, 1942, and by an Agreement made the 6th October, 1926, Registered No. L2178, dated the 6th October, 1926, and known as the Tramways Lease, No. 28 of 1926.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P2: MACHILI

Starting at Beacon Y1 on the East bank of the Machili River, approximately 15 kilometres south of Machili Forest Station, the boundary proceeds up the Machili River for a distance of approximately 18.5 kilometres to where it is crossed by the old Zambezi Sawmills Mulobezi- Kataba railway line; thence in an Easterly direction along this old railway line for a distance of approximately 900 metres to the motor road D787 from Mulobezi; thence along this motor road in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of approximately 2,000 metres to the track joining Situmpa and Lonze Forests; thence along this track in a North-Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 1,300 metres to the Mulobezi River; thence down the Mulobezi River for a distance of approximately 2,700 metres to the Machili River; thence up the Machili River for a distance of approximately 26 kilometres to Beacon Y8 approximately 3 kilometres North of Kanyanga Forest Camp; thence on a bearing of 99 degrees for a distance of 14,150 metres through Beacons Y15 and Y16 to Beacon Y7; thence on a bearing of 126 degrees for a distance of 4,070 metres to Beacon Y6; thence on a bearing of 194 degrees for a distance of 8,640 metres to Beacon Y5; thence on a bearing of 166 degrees for a distance of 15,670 metres to Beacon Y4; thence on a bearing of 199 degrees for a distance of 4,970 metres to Beacon Y3; thence on a bearing of 245 degrees for a distance of 6,210 metres to Beacon Y2; thence on a bearing of 319 degrees for a distance of 4,750 metres to Beacon Y1, the point of starting.

Included in the above described area but excluded from the Local Forest is the area comprising the Mulobezi Sawmill, settlement and airstrip, as follows:

Starting from Beacon 1, situated on a bearing of 67 degrees and at a distance of 490 metres from Beacon Y10, the boundary of the excluded area proceeds in a series of straight lines having the following bearings and distances: on 298 degrees for a distance of 372 metres to Beacon 2; thence on 33G degrees for a distance of 186 metres to Beacon 3; thence on 65G degrees for a distance of 234 metres to Beacon 4; thence on 101 degrees for a distance of 290 metres to Beacon 5; thence on 56G degrees for a distance of 325 metres to Beacon 6; thence on 350G degrees for a distance of 77 metres to Beacon 7; thence on 53G degrees for a distance of 118 metres to Beacon 8; thence on 357 degrees for a distance of 184 metres to Beacon 9; thence on 297 degrees for a distance of 322 metres to Beacon 10; thence on 41 degrees for a distance of 690 metres to Beacon 11; thence on 114 degrees for a distance of 835 metres to Beacon 12; thence on 139 degrees for a distance 880 metres to Beacon 13; thence on 29 degrees for a distance of 805 metres to Beacon 13A; thence on 118G degrees for a distance of 310 metres to Beacon 13B; thence on 209 degrees for a distance of 1,295 metres to Beacon 15; thence on 242G degrees for a distance of 290 metres to Beacon 16; thence on 252G degrees for a distance of 385 metres to Beacon 17; thence on 325G degrees for a distance of 330 metres to Beacon 18; thence on 294 degrees for a distance of 314 metres to Beacon 19; thence on 257 degrees for a distance of 560 metres to Beacon 20; thence on 274 degrees for a distance of 446 metres to Beacon 21; thence on 256 degrees for a distance of 83 metres to Beacon 1, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area, in extent 47,783 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR22/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 15th January, 1980.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P3: HIPPO POOL

GN 12 of 1947,

SI 158 of 1975.

The area described in the Schedule is hereby declared to be a National Forest, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said area except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or reopening any saw-pit or road;

      (c)   grazing livestock;

      (d)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or other purposes;

      (e)   entering or being in or upon the said area in any manner or for any purpose contrary to any statutory order made by the Chief Forest Officer:

Provided that, notwithstanding the foregoing prohibitions, any bona fide picnic party may without licence light fires for cooking purposes within the said area on condition that any fires so lighted shall be effectively prevented from spreading and shall be extinguished before being left by the person or persons who lighted them.

SCHEDULE

Starting at Beacon Y757 on the southern boundary of Kirila Bomwe C Special Grant, the boundary follows that of Kirila Bomwe C Special Grant in an Easterly direction to Beacon M333, and proceeds along this same line produced for a distance of 4,267.2 metres approximately to meet the Chifawaolo Stream; thence down the Chifawaolo Stream to its confluence with the Kafue River; thence along the northern bank of the Kafue river downstream for 1,219.2 metres approximately to its intersection with a line RU197-RU198 produced; thence in a Westerly direction in a straight line to RU198, the North-East corner beacon of Farm No. 1424 Kakosa East; thence along the northern boundary of this same farm to Beacon RU197; thence in a Westerly direction along the northern boundary of Farm No. 928 Kakosa to Beacon Y758; thence in a northerly direction to Beacon Y757, the point of starting.

The above area, in extent 550.392 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR27 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 10th July, 1946.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P4: MONKEY FOUNTAIN AND QUARRY HILL

GN 261 of 1944,

SI 158 of 1975.

The area described in the Schedule is hereby declared to be a National Forest, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said area except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or reopening any saw-pit or road;

      (c)   firing any grass or undergrowth;

      (d)   grazing livestock;

      (e)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or other purposes;

      (f)   entering or being in or upon the said areas in any manner or for any purpose contrary to any statutory order made by the Chief Forest Officer:

Provided that, notwithstanding the foregoing prohibitions, any bona fide picnic party may without licence light fires for cooking purposes within the said area on condition that any fires so lighted shall be effectively prevented from spreading and shall be extinguished before being left by the person or persons who lighted them.

SCHEDULE

Starting at Beacon O337, the point where the North-Eastern boundary of Farm No. 413A “Ndola West” is intersected by the South-Eastern boundary of the Zambia Railways (Luanshya Branch Line) 91.44 metres Strip Reserve, the boundary runs in a North-Easterly direction along the South-Eastern boundary of the said Railway Reserve to the point where it is intersected by the production of the Eastern boundary of National Forest No. 38: Ndola; thence in a straight line northwards to the South-Eastern corner of National Forest No. 38: Nodola on the North-Western boundary of the said Railway Reserve; thence in a straight line northwards along the Eastern boundary of National Forest No. 38: Ndola to the North-Western corner beacon of Quarry Plot No. 10; thence in a straight line Eastwards along the northern boundaries of Quarry Plots Nos. 10, 5, 6, 7 and 8 to the North-Eastern corner beacon of Quarry Plot No. 8; thence in a straight line southwards along the Eastern boundary of Quarry Plot No. 8 to its South-Eastern corner beacon; thence in a straight line southwards through Beacon O344 on the northern boundary of the Zambia Railways (Luanshya Branch Line) 91.44 metres Strip Reserve to a point on the right bank of the Kafubu River; thence down the right bank of the Kafubu River to the point where it is intersected by the North-Eastern boundary of Farm No. 413A “Ndola West”; thence in a straight line North-Westwards along the boundary to Beacon O337, the point of starting.

Included within the boundaries defined above but excluded from the National Forest: The portion of the Zambia Railways (Luanshya Branch Line) 91.44 metres Strip Reserve.

The above described area is shown upon a plan deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, numbered 435, dated 29th August, 1944, and thereon bordered green.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P9: MUKALIZI

GN 281 of 1951,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 116 of 1980.

The area described in the Schedule is hereby declared to be a Local Forest, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said area except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or re-opening any saw-pit or road;

      (c)   firing any grass or undergrowth;

      (d)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or any other purposes;

SCHEDULE

LOCAL FOREST NO. P9: MUKALIZI (MBALA DISTRICT)

Starting at Beacon B.558 on the international boundary between Tanzania and Zambia the boundary follows that international boundary in a general Easterly direction through Beacons B.559, B.560 and B.561 to Beacon B.562; thence it proceeds in a straight line South-Eastwards to the source of the Chiteni Stream; thence down the right bank of that stream to its confluence with the Mukalizi River on the northern edge of the road D1; thence in a general Westerly and North-Westerly direction along the northern edge of that road D1; thence in a general Westerly and North-Westerly direction along the edge of that road to a point due south of the International Beacon B.557; thence due North to Beacon B.557 the most Westerly beacon of Farm T.11; thence following the southern boundaries of that farm and Farm T.12, the Eastern boundary of Farm T.12 and the northern boundaries of Farm T.12 and T.11 through Beacons F, H. D, and C to Beacon B.558, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 10,430 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR49, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 12th July, 1979.

LOCAL FORESTS NOS. P10 AND P13

The areas described in the Schedule are hereby declared to be Local Forest, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said areas except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or re-opening any saw-pit or road;

      (c)   grazing livestock or allowing livestock to trespass;

      (d)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or any other purposes;

SCHEDULE

GN 137 of 1952,

SI 354 of 1967,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 108 of 1987.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P10: ZIMBA HILLS

Starting at the confluence of Ngwezi River with Nampongo River, the boundary follows Ngwezi River upstream to its confluence with Malutabi Stream; thence the boundary follows the Malutabi Stream upstream for a distance of approximately 1.8 kilometres to beacon 10 erected on the left bank of this stream; thence on a bearing of approximately 190 degrees for a distance of approximately 9.5 kilometres to beacon 9; thence on a bearing of approximately 216 degrees for a distance of approximately 1 kilometre to beacon 8; thence on a bearing of approximately 225 degrees for a distance of approximately 2.5 kilometres to beacon 7; thence on a bearing of approximately 282 degrees for a distance of approximately 2.3 kilometres to beacon 6; thence on a bearing of approximately 235 degrees for a distance of approximately 2 kilometres to beacon 5; thence on a bearing of approximately 196 degrees for a distance of approximately 1.3 kilometres to beacon 4; thence on a bearing of approximately 102 degrees for a distance of approximately 2 kilometres to beacon 3 erected on the right bank of Nasiankanga River; thence down the Nasiankanga River to beacon 2 erected near the confluence of Nasiankanga River and Makoli Stream; thence on a bearing approximately 180 degrees for a distance of approximately 5.2 kilometres to beacon 1 erected on the right bank of Mazembezi Stream approximately 2 kilometres upstream from its confluence with Nampongo River; thence down the Nampongo River to its confluence with the Ngwezi River, the point of starting.

All bearings are taken from true North and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 18,800 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR48/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 25th March, 1987.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P13: KALOMO HILLS

GN 104 of 1952,

SI 219 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 109 of 1987.

Starting at beacon 1 which is in Ndundumwense Game Camp near Road D714, the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 5 degrees for a distance of 23 kilometres to beacon 16; thence on a bearing of 94 degrees for a distance of 49.2 kilometres to beacon 15; thence on a bearing of 180 degrees crossing the Moonde and Sikanda Streams for a distance of 21.8 kilometres to beacon 14; thence on a bearing of 255 degrees for a distance of 22 kilometres to beacon 13; thence following the Kalomo/Ndundumwense Road D714, for a distance of 3.8 kilometres to beacon 12; thence on a bearing of 39 degrees for a distance of 2.6 kilometres to beacon 11; thence on a bearing of 326 degrees for a distance of 2.6 kilometres to beacon 10; thence on a bearing of 271 degrees for a distance of 6.1 kilometres to beacon 9 erected on the right bank of Madiampaulwa River; thence on a bearing of 217 degrees for a distance of 2 kilometres to beacon 8 erected on the Kalomo/Ndundumwense Road D714; thence following this road for a distance of 5 kilometres to beacon 7 erected thereon; thence on a bearing of 228 degrees for a distance of 2.6 kilometres to beacon 6; thence on a bearing of 183 degrees for a distance of 13.4 kilometres to beacon 5 erected on the right bank of Sichifula River; thence on a bearing of 80 degrees for a distance of 5.1 kilometres to beacon 4; thence on a bearing of 223 degrees following the game fence for a distance of 11.8 kilometres to beacon 3 erected thereon; thence on a bearing of 311 degrees for a distance of 23.5 kilometres to beacon 2; thence on a bearing of 32 degrees for a distance of 12.8 kilometres to beacon 1, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate, and all bearings are taken from true North.

The above described area, in extent 162,200 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR311/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th March, 1987.

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. P11: CHILA

[Revoked by No. 51 of 1970]

NATIONAL AND LOCAL FORESTS NOS. 12, 14-18, 21-29, 31-36, 38-40, 44-51, 53-69, 71-96, 101- 113, 119, 143, 149-238, 245-249, 252, 261, 262, 264, 265, 291, 292, 294-296, 299 AND 300.

The areas described in the Schedule are hereby declared to be National and Local Forests, and the following acts are hereby prohibited within the said areas except under licence:

      (a)   felling, cutting, taking, working, burning, injuring or removal of any forest produce;

      (b)   squatting, residing, building any hut or livestock enclosure, constructing or re-opening any saw-pit or road;

      (c)   firing any grass or undergrowth, or lighting or assisting in lighting any fire, or allowing any fire lighted by the offender or his employees to enter any such area;

      (d)   grazing livestock or allowing livestock to trespass;

      (e)   clearing, cultivating or breaking up land for cultivation or any other purposes;

      (f)   entering or being in or upon-

      (i)   any such area while in possession of any implement for cutting, taking, working or removal of forest produce unless he his a bona fide traveller upon a road or path in the said area; or

      (ii)   any such area or portion thereof, in any manner or for any purpose contrary to any statutory order made by the Chief Forest Officer.

SCHEDULE

GN 135 of 1952,

SI 158 of 1975.

NATIONAL FOREST AREA NO. P12: KATETE

Starting at a point on the right bank of the Katete River approximately 609.6 metres south of its confluence with the Chansato Stream, the boundary runs in a straight line Westwards on a true bearing of 269 degrees approximately for a distance of 2,837.688 metres approximately; thence northwards in a straight line on a true bearing of 359 degrees approximately for a distance of 2,342.388 metres approximately; thence in a straight line Eastwards on a true bearing of 89 degrees approximately for a distance of 2,542.032 metres approximately to a point on the right bank of the Chansato Stream; thence down this bank of the Chansato Stream to its confluence with the Katete River; thence down the right bank of the Katete River to the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 566.58 hectares, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR38 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 10th December, 1949.

NATIONAL FOREST AREA NO. P14: KABOMPO

GN 154 of 1952,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at the confluence of the Kabompo and Dongwe rivers, the boundary follows the Kabompo River upstream in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of approximately 47.3046 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 70 degrees for a distance of 12.7111 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 8 degrees for a distance of approximately 14.481 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 86 degrees for a distance of approximately 5.23 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 135 degrees for a distance of approximately 12.872 kilometres to the Chifuwe road bridge; thence South-Westwards down the Chifuwe River for a distance of approximately 11.263 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 116 degrees for a distance of approximately 3.218 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 26 degrees for a distance of approximately 14.481 kilometres to a point on the Kabompo-Solwezi road approximately 4.827 kilometres East of the aforesaid Chifuwe road bridge; thence along the Kabompo-Solwezi road in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of approximately 11.263 kilometres; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 141 degrees for a distance of approximately 2.5744 kilometres to the Kamwezi River; thence South-Westwards down the Kamwezi River to its confluence with the Dongwe River; thence Westwards down the Dongwe River to its confluence with the Kabompo River, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 113,842 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR60 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 10th May, 1952.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P15: SAMFYA

GN 199 of 1952,

SI 178 of 1966.

Starting at a point approximately 815.34 metres to the West of Beacon YR214 on the straight line joining Beacon YR214 to X16, the boundary follows the straight line joining this point to Beacon B4 on a true bearing of approximately 174 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,589.2272 metres; thence on a true bearing of 217 degrees 22 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 530.1995 metres to Beacon B5; thence on a true bearing of 208 degrees 01 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 479.45 metres to Beacon B6; thence on a true bearing of 191 degrees 05 minutes 40 seconds for a distance of 688.23 metres to Beacon B7; thence on a true bearing of 211 degrees 11 minutes 00 seconds for a distance of 395.97 metres to Beacon X3; thence on a true bearing of 90 degrees 48 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 1,186.343 metres to Beacon X3A; thence on a true bearing of 90 degrees 48 minutes 00 seconds through Beacon X4 to the lake shore; thence southwards along the lake shore to the point of intersection of the lake shore and the extension Eastwards of the straight line joining Beacons LB6 and X17; thence on a true bearing of 269 degrees 03 minutes 40 seconds to Beacon X17; thence on a true bearing of 269 degrees 03 minutes 40 seconds for a distance of 1,830.415 metres to Beacon LB6; thence on a true bearing of 01 degrees 24 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 263.957 metres to Beacon X11; thence on a true bearing of 270 degrees 16 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 1,740.41 metres to Beacon X11A; thence on a true bearing of 270 degrees 36 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 2,467.082 metres to beacon X12; thence on a true bearing of 350 degrees 06 minutes 40 seconds for a distance of 303.76 metres to Beacon D4; thence on a true bearing of 335 degrees 07 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 403.951 metres to Beacon D3; thence on a true bearing of 339 degrees 23 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 417.302 metres to Beacon LB3; thence on a true bearing of 339 degrees 20 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 274.411 metres to Beacon D2; thence on a true bearing of 334 degrees 41 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 229.697 metres to Beacon D1; thence on a true bearing of 297 degrees 04 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 435.681 metres to Beacon X13; thence on a true bearing of 00 degrees 51 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 1,436.68 metres to Beacon X14; thence on a true bearing of 90 degrees 12 minutes 50 seconds for a distance of 1,428.994 metres to Beacon X15; thence on a true bearing of 29 degrees 45 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 253.594 metres to Beacon C7; thence on a true bearing of 13 degrees 34 minutes 20 seconds for a distance of 442.569 metres to Beacon C6; thence on a true bearing of 35 degrees 27 minutes 50 seconds for a distance of 252.74 metres to Beacon C5; thence on a true bearing of 28 degrees 17 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of 308.244 metres to Beacon C4; thence on a true bearing of 46 degrees 03 minutes 20 seconds for a distance of 266.578 metres to Beacon C3; thence on a true bearing of 42 degrees 13 minutes 00 seconds for a distance of 441.868 metres to Beacon C2; thence on a true bearing of 48 degrees 11 minutes 30 seconds for a distance of 256.703 metres to Beacon C1; thence on a true bearing of 46 degrees 36 minutes 20 seconds for a distance of 245.273 metres to Beacon X16; thence on a true bearing of 90 degrees 15 minutes 10 seconds for a distance of approximately 1,881.53 metres to the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 2,677.091 hectares is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR61/, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 9th December, 1965.

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 16: CHISANGWA

(Revoked by SI No. 41 of 1964)

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P17: LAMBA HEADWATERS

GN 203 of 1953,

SI 140 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 113 of 1978,

SI 168 of 1989.

Starting at Beacon H, a beacon 10 kilometres on the southern side of the Ndola-Solwezi Road, T5, near the Luswishi River on the boundary between Solwezi and Ndola Rural Districts, the boundary proceeds in an Easterly direction on a bearing of 89G degrees for a distance of 19,500 metres approximately to point G on the Western tip of the Mutenda Swamp; thence the boundary follows the Western, northern and Eastern edges of the Mutenda Swamp to Point F; thence the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 132 degrees for a distance of 13,500 metres approximately to point E on the southern edge of the old road; thence along the southern edge of the old road to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Lufwanyama river; thence down the unnamed tributary of the Lufwanyama River to its confluence with the Lufwanyama River; thence down the Lufwanyama River to its confluence with the Kasoka Stream; thence up the Kasoka Stream to the point where it crosses the Western boundary of Farm No. 2050; thence following the Western boundaries Farms No. 2050 and 2068 through Beacons PT36 and PT37 to Beacon CP167 at the source of the West Katembula Stream; thence down the West Katembula Stream for a distance of 17,500 metres approximately to its confluence with an unnamed tributary on the right bank; thence on a bearing of 252 degrees for a distance of 8,800 metres approximately to the confluence of the Lufwenyama River and Mpopo Stream; thence northwards up the Lufwanyama River to its confluence with the Chinemu Stream; thence up the Chinemu Stream to its confluence with the Chisangwa Stream; thence up the Chisangwa Stream to Beacon D at its source; thence on a bearing of 353 degrees for a distance of 5,200 metres to Beacon C; thence on a bearing of 265 degrees for a distance of 7,150 metres approximately to Beacon B on the edge of Kapeshi Dambo; thence on a bearing of 191 degrees for a distance of 4,100 metres approximately to beacon A at the source of the Lwambowo Stream; thence down the Lwambowo Stream to its confluence with the Muchema River; thence down the Muchema River to its confluence with the Luswishi River; thence up the Luswishi River to Beacon H the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 154,500 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR65/2, deposited in the Office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 10th May, 1989.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P18: LAMBA

GN 204 of 1953,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 184 of 1976,

SI 225 of 1977.

All that area of land, 103,817 hectares approximately, comprised of:

      (a)   Block A, being 9,128 hectares approximately;

      (b)   Block B, being 59,139 hectares approximately;

      (c)   Block C, being 22,280 hectares approximately;

      (d)   Block C2, being 8,690 hectares approximately; and

      (e)   Block C3, being 4,580 hectares approximately;

shown bordered green on Plan No. FR63A/2 and Plan No. FR63B/2, each dated 18th November, 1975, copies of which may be seen in the offices of the Surveyor-General and of the Chief Consavator of Forests.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P21: SERENJE

SI 226 of 1965,

SI 140 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 32 of 1981.

Starting at Boundary Pillar No. 1 on the Zaire-Zambia International Boundary the boundary proceeds northwards along that international Boundary to the point where it is crossed by the Luombwa River; thence down the right bank of the Luombwa River to its confluence with the Munwa Stream; thence in a straight line in a North-Easterly direction to the source of the Finkolonto Stream; thence down the right bank of that stream to its confluence with the Chisangwa River; thence in a straight line in a North-Easterly direction to the confluence of the Milombwe and Kansenga Streams; thence up the left bank of the Kansenga Stream to its source; thence in a straight line in an Easterly direction to the confluence of the Munte and Lumpampa Streams; thence down the right bank of the Munte Stream to its confluence with the Kapanda Stream; thence in a straight line in an Easterly direction towards the northernmost foot of the Ika Hill to the boundary of Serenje township; thence along the Western, southern and Eastern boundary of Serenje Township to a point thereon where the latter is intersected by a straight line joining the confluence of the Ibolelo and Kambowe Streams to the confluence of the Milenji and Chinkulu Streams; thence up the left bank of the Chinkulu Stream to its source; thence in a straight line in a South-Easterly direction to a beacon on the Western edge of Road T2; thence in a South-Westerly direction to beacon L441; thence in a South-Easterly direction to the northern boundary of Farm 1099; thence in a South-Easterly direction along the farm boundary to Beacon L443 and continuing in the same direction to the Mumbi Stream; thence in a straight line in a South-Westerly direction to the confluence of the Fitete and Mukukuwa-Mainsa Streams; thence up the left bank of the Fitete Stream to its confluence with the Fisapa Stream; thence up the left bank of the Fisapa Stream for a distance of approximately 640 metres to a beacon at a point where the boundary leaves the Fisapa Stream; thence in a straight line in a South-Westerly direction to the source of the Mbazwa Stream; thence down the right bank of the Mbazwa Stream to its confluence with the Lushili Stream; thence in a straight line in a South-Westerly direction to a beacon on the Eastern end of Nawalala Hill; thence in a straight line in a North- Westerly direction across Nawalala Hill to the confluence at the Kasupa and Misaka Streams; thence up the left bank of the Kasupa Stream to its source; thence in a straight line in a northerly direction to a beacon on the northern edge of the Road T2; thence in a general South- Westerly direction along the northern edge of that road to its intersection with the Serenje- Mkushi District boundary; thence in a northerly direction along that district boundary to Boundary Pillar No. 1, the point of starting.

Included within the above boundaries but excluded from the National Forest are the following areas-

      (a)   Parts of the road T2 Strip Reserve (60 metres wide).

      (b)   Parts of the TAZARA Railway Strip Reserve (60 metres wide).

      (c)   Serenje Railway Station (4 square kilometres).

      (d)   Chisengewa Railway Station including Chimpati trading centre (3 square kilometres).

      (e)   Part of Ndabala landing strip.

      (f)   The serenje turn-off trading centre (4.5 hectares).

      (g)   The oil pipeline reserve (18 metres wide).

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area, in extent 29,680 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR67/4, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 4th December, 1980.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P22: CHIBULUMA EXTENSION

GN 91 of 1953,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon M215, the most northerly corner beacon of Mineral Area No. 438m, Nkana South Limb, the boundary crosses the said mineral area in a straight line in a southerly direction to Beacon M202 on its southern boundary; thence southwards and South-Westwards following the boundaries of this mineral area through Beacon M203 to beacon M204; thence North- Westwards in a straight line following the prolongation of the line M205-M204 to a point on the North-Western boundary of Mineral Area No. 438m, Nkana South Limb; thence in a North- Easterly direction following the boundaries of this mineral area through Beacon M214 to Beacon M215, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 1,436.685 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR68 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 15th August, 1952.

NATIONAL FOREST AREA NO. 23: SIKALONGO

(Ceased to be a National Forest Area (SI No. 93 of 1996))

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P24: LUNDAZI

GN 24 of 1953,

SI 268 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 148 of 1978.

Starting at the confluence of the Luwumbu (Chire) and Lusangani Rivers, at approximately 10 degrees 52 minutes south and 33 degrees 11 minutes East, the boundary follows the Luwumbu upstream in a general Easterly direction for a distance of 21 kilometres to its confluence with the Msenjele Stream; thence up the Msenjele Stream for a distance of 3.6 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 180 degrees for a distance of 3.1 kilometres to the Zambia-Malawi International Boundary; thence south along the International Boundary to a point on a bearing of 68 degrees from the summit of Manda Hill; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 248 degrees to the summit of Manda Hill; thence on a bearing of 293 degrees for a distance of 1.0 kilometre; thence on a bearing of 266 degrees for a distance of 2.7 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 327 degrees for a distance of 1.8 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of 0.5 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 179 degrees for a distance of 8.6 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 217 degrees for a distance of 19.5 kilometres to the summit of Namalya Hill; thence on a bearing of 213 degrees for a distance of 33.0 kilometres to the Luelo River; thence on a bearing of 173 degrees for a distance of 7.5 kilometres on the North bank of the Lundazi River at a place approximately 4 kilometres downstream from the confluence of the Chingoma Stream with the Lundazi River; thence Westwards down the Lundazi River for 7 kilometres to its confluence with the Luampamba River; thence on a bearing of 201 degrees for a distance of 17.0 kilometres to the confluence of the Lumezi and Wasira rivers; thence down the Lumezi River for 4 kilometres to its confluence with the Lusangazi River; thence up the Lusangazi River in a southerly direction for a distance of 15 kilometres to the Lundazi-Mbuzi Road; thence Westwards along this road for a distance of 1.0 kilometre; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 171 degrees for a distance of 10.4 kilometres to the bank of the Lumimba River; thence down the Lumimba River for 30 kilometres to the confluence of the Kanyazizi River at the foot of the escarpment; thence in a general northerly direction following the foot of the escarpment to the Bazima River; thence on a bearing of 43.5 degrees for a distance of 7.0 kilometres to the edge of the Lundazi-Chama Road; thence on a bearing of 4 degrees for a distance of 4.0 kilometres to the Kapemba Stream; thence on a bearing of 360 degrees for a distance of 7.8 kilometres to the Mpalausenga Stream; thence in a general northerly direction following the foot of the escarpment to the confluence of the Luwumbu and Lusangani Rivers; the point of starting.

All bearings are from true north, and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 374,800 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR69/2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 14th April, 1975.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P25: MINGA

GN 25 of 1953,

SI 219 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 149 of 1978.

Starting at Beacon G505, the most Westerly beacon of Farm D197, Minga Mission, the boundary follows the South-Westerly boundary of that farm to Beacon G504; thence in a straight line towards Ngolwe Hill on a bearing of 123 degrees for a distance of 2,600 metres to a beacon on the North-Western edge of the Old Great East Road; thence along this old road in a South- Westerly direction for a distance of 3,500 metres to where it crosses the new Great East Road; thence continuing along the old road in southerly and Westerly directions for a distance of 7,700 metres to its junction with the new road and the old road to Minga Mission; thence along the old Minga Mission Road in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 400 metres; thence on a bearing of 267 degrees for a distance of 7,800 metres to the southern boundary of Mvuvye National Forest No. P32; thence along this southern boundary on a bearing of 89 degrees for a distance of 7,200 metres to Beacon G505, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area, in extent 6,653 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR58/3, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 24th April, 1972.

LOCAL FOREST NO. 26: MTIRIZI

[Ceased to be a Local Forest (SI No. 133 of 1986)]

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 27: MUNSHIWEMBA

[Revoked by No. 262 of 1966]

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 28: UBWINGI (Revoked by No. 262 of 1966)

LOCAL FOREST NO. P29: CHABA

Starting at Beacon OH206, the most Westerly corner beacon of Farm No. 1716, the boundary runs in a South-Easterly direction, following the South-Western boundaries of Farms Nos. 1716 and 1715 through Beacon OH217 to Beacon OH218, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1727; thence in a South-Westerly direction following the northern boundary of this farm to Beacon OH235, the North-Eastern corner beacon of unsurveyed Farm No. MK81; thence in a general Westerly, South-Westerly and North-Westerly direction along the northern boundaries of unsurveyed Farms Nos. MK81, MK80 and MK92 to where the northern boundary of the latter farm meets the Eastern boundary of Farm No. MK93; thence in a northerly direction along the Eastern boundary of Farm No. MK93 to where it meets the southern boundary of Farm No. MK78; thence in an Easterly direction along the southern boundary of the latter farm to Beacon OH206, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 1,655.223 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR72, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 12th February, 1953.

GN 104 of 1953,

SI 66 of 1975,

LOCAL FOREST NO. P31: CHAVUMA

GN 111 of 1953,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 103 of 1985.

Starting at point C on the Kalombo River, a point approximately 2.4 kilometres downstream along the river from where it crosses the Zambia-Angola border (a distance of approximately 0.08 kilometres East of Beacon L13), the boundary runs along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 104G degrees for a distance of approximately 8.5 kilometres to Mbalango River; thence down the Mbalango River for a distance of approximately 3.3 kilometres to its confluence with the Chivombo River; thence down the Chivombo River for a distance of approximately 4.3 kilometres to point E; thence along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 202 degrees for a distance of approximately 3 kilometres to the Zambezi- Chavuma Road, D293; thence along the Zambezi-Chavuma Road, D293, in a Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 6.8 kilometres to point A; thence along a cut line on a bearing of approximately 0 degrees for a distance of approximately 6.2 kilometres to Beacon RU20; thence on a bearing of approximately 66 degrees for a distance of approximately 3.7 kilometres passing through Beacons RU22 and RU21 to Kalombo river; thence up the Kalombo River for a distance of approximately 0.8 kilometres to Point C, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area in extent 9,430 hectares approximately is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR73/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 22nd May, 1985.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P32: MVUVYE

GN 293 of 1953,

GN 339 of 1960,

SI 158 of 1975.

NOTE-All bearings, which are referred to Grid North, and all distances quoted in this description must be understood as being approximate.

The area must likewise be regarded as an approximation.

Starting at Beacon G507 at the North-Western corner of Farm No. D196, the boundary proceeds South-Westwards along the Westerly boundary of that farm to Beacon G506 at its South-Western corner; thence continuing South-Westwards in a straight line to Beacon G502 at the northernmost corner of Farm No. D197; thence along the Westerly boundary of this farm to Beacon G505; thence Westwards along the northern boundary of Protected Forest Area No. 25: Minga to its North-Western corner; thence due North for a distance of 1,493.53 metres; thence on a bearing of 275 degrees for 6,187.44 metres; thence on a bearing of 265 degrees for a distance of 1,828.8 metres; thence on a bearing of 203 degrees for 5,943.6 metres; thence on a bearing of 165 degrees for 701.04 metres; thence on a bearing of 283 degrees for 2,651.76 metres to the right bank of the Mpundwe Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream for 4,572 metres (measured along the bank) to the point where the most northerly road of the Mtirizi Resettlement Area crosses it; thence on a bearing of 265 degrees for 7,010.4 metres along the general course of that road to the right bank of the Mtirizi River; thence northwards down this bank to the confluence with the Mvuvye River; thence down the right bank of the Mvuvye River for 499.872 metres to a forest beacon where the footpath to Old Petauke Boma crosses it; thence North-Eastwards along this path for 7,010.4 metres to an unnamed stream; thence in a series of straight lines as follows: 121 degrees for 579.12 metres; 139 degrees for 609.6 metres; 92 degrees for 243.84 metres; 60 degrees for 1,920.26 metres; 84 degrees for 762 metres; 77 degrees for 2,194.56 metres; 1 degree for 243.84 metres; 61 degrees for 335.28 metres; 359 degrees for 274.32 metres; 56 degrees for 609.6 metres; 93 degrees for 1,463.04 metres; 67 degrees for 609.6 metres; 30 degrees for 100.58 metres; 52 degrees for 4,145.28 metres; 320 degrees for 2,225.04 metres to a forest beacon on the old footpath to Old Petauke Boma; 18 degrees for 6,096 metres to a forest beacon on the same footpath just North-West of Sikwenda Hill; 94 degrees for 2,377.44 metres; 95 degrees for 2,834.64 metres; 93 degrees for 1,737.36 metres; 94 degrees for 2,926.08 metres; 98 degrees for 1,249.68 metres to a forest beacon; 197 degrees for 1,828.8 metres; 144 degrees for 4,175.76 metres to a forest beacon on the old road from Old Petauke to Merwe Mission; 151 degrees for 5,730.24 metres; 109 degrees for 2,438.4 metres; 205 degrees for 1,524 metres; 148 degrees for 3,810 metres; 167 degrees for 4,358.64 metres; 190 degrees for 1,524 metres to a forest beacon on the North-Eastern boundary of Merwe Mission Farm No. D196; thence North-Westwards along this boundary to Beacon G507, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 80,940 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon a map numbered FR57/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 5th October, 1960.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P33: MAKUTU

GN 220 of 1953,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at the junction of the Luwumbu (Chire) and Lusangani rivers, the boundary follows the Lusangani River in a general northerly direction to the point where it is crossed by the Lundazi- Isoka motor road; thence along the said road in a general northerly direction to where it crosses the Kamimbi River; thence up the Kamimbi River to its source in the Mukutu Hills; thence in a southerly direction to the source of the Matendo Stream; thence down that stream to its confluence with the Luwumbu (Chire) River; thence in a South-Westerly and Westerly direction down the Luwumbu (Chire) River to the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 38,851.2 hectares, is shown bordered green on a plan numbered FR75 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 26th June, 1953.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P34: ZAMBEZI

GN 221 of 1953,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 195 of 1979.

Commencing at Beacon No. 1 on the right bank of the Kabompo River at a point 500 metres downstream from the confluence of the Mumbeji River, the boundary follows a bearing of 262 degrees for a distance of 15.4 kilometres to Beacon No. 2 on the Eastern edge of the Lutali River dam; thence on a bearing of 269 degrees for a distance of 18.8 kilometres to Beacon No. 3; thence on a bearing of 360 degrees for a distance of 5 kilometres to Beacon No. 4; thence on a bearing of 339 degrees for a distance of 15.4 kilometres to Beacon No. 5; thence on a bearing of 87 degrees for a distance of 20.8 kilometres to the Lutali River; thence down the Lutali River for a distance of 1.6 kilometres to its confluence with the Lutundwa River; thence up the Lutundwa River for a distance of 20.7 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 89 degrees for a distance of 15 kilometres to the confluence of the Kalwilo and Kaniluba rivers; thence down the Kalwilo River for a distance of 1.7 kilometres; thence on a bearing of 220 degrees for a distance of 11.1 kilometres to Beacon No. 6 on the edge of Road M8 at a point approximately 5.4 kilometres West of the Mumbeji Bridge; thence on a bearing of 198 degrees for a distance of 21.1 kilometres to Beacon No. 7; thence on a bearing of 112 degrees for a distance of 5.2 kilometres to Beacon No. 8 on the right bank of the Mumbeji River; thence following this bank of Mumbeji River and the right bank of the Kabompo River downstream for a distance of 2.6 kilometres to Beacon No. 1, the point of starting.

All bearings are from true North and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 91,700 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR76/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 10th November, 1976.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P35: LUAKERA RIVER

GN 222 of 1953,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at the confluence of the Chiembe Stream and the West Lunga River, the boundary follows the former upstream in a Westerly direction for approximately 0.8045 kilometres to its confluence with the Musombo Stream; thence up the Musombo Stream in a Westerly direction for approximately 4.0225 metres to its source; thence along a cut line for approximately 10,972.8 metres on a true bearing of 256G degrees approximately to the Mujinyama River at the point where it is joined by an unnamed stream from the West; thence up the Mujinyama River in a Westerly, northerly and northWesterly direction for approximately 11.263 kilometres to a point 0.724 kilometres North-West of the Palapala-Mujinyama confluence where an unnamed tributary joins the Mujinyama; thence in a northerly and Easterly direction up this tributary for a distance of approximately 6.436 kilometres to its source; thence following a cut line for a distance of approximately 3,552.14 metres on a true bearing of 12 degrees to the Luakera River at the point where an unnamed tributary joins it from the south; thence down the Luakera River in an Easterly, South-Easterly and southerly direction for approximately 33.789 kilometres to its confluence with the West Lunga River; thence down the West Lunga River in a South-Westerly direction for approximately 6 miles to its confluence with the Chiembe Stream, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 32,821.17 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR74 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 12th May, 1953.

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 36: BWANA MKUBWA EAST

(Revoked by No. 176 of 1962)

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 38: KANSAMFWE

(Revoked by No. 87 of 1960)

LOCAL FOREST P39: CHIMALILO

Starting at Forest Beacon A, a point on the international boundary between Malawi and Zambia and on a bearing of 172 degrees at a distance of 4,540 metres from the top of Chisala Hill the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 352 degrees for a distance of 45.40 metres to Beacon B on the top of Chisala Hill; thence on a bearing of 71 degrees for a distance of 2,900 metres to Beacon C; thence on a bearing of 44 degrees for a distance of 2,950 metres to Beacon D; thence on a bearing of 327 degrees for a distance of 1,200 metres to Beacon E; thence on a bearing of 13 degrees for a distance of 1,650 metres to Beacon F; thence on a bearing of 66 degrees for a distance of 800 metres to Beacon G; thence on a bearing of 86 degrees for a distance of 3,550 metres to Beacon H; thence on a bearing of 47 degrees for a distance of 1,500 metres to Beacon I; thence on a bearing of 330 degrees for a distance of 2,000 metres to Beacon J; thence on a bearing of 44 degrees for a distance of 5,000 metres to Beacon K on the right bank of a tributary of the Lundazi River; thence down this tributary for 1,300 metres to Beacon L; thence on a bearing of 2 degrees for a distance of 1,600 metres to Beacon M; thence on a bearing of 27 degrees for a distance of 3,200 metres to Beacon N on the international boundary on top of Kamkala Hill; thence in an Easterly direction following the international boundary for 2,300 metres to the Western edge of a road (Malawi D269); thence starting Eastward and following this road and the international boundary in a South-Easterly and South-Westerly direction to Beacon A, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from true North.

The above described area, in extent 6,795 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR80/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 27th November, 1979.

GN 96 of 1954,

SI 66 of 1975,

SI 61 of 1980,

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P40: ILA

GN 299 of 1954,

SI 299 of 1966,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon F1 on the Namwala-Choma road 4 miles from Namwala, the boundary follows the road for a distance of 10 miles to Beacon F2 on the south side of the road; thence southwards on a bearing of 179 degrees for a distance of 1,967.179 metres to Beacon F3; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 78 degrees for a distance of 5,972.861 metres to Beacon F4; thence northwards on a bearing of 359 degrees for a distance of 844.91 metres to Beacon 5 on the southern edge of the Choma-Namwala Road; thence Eastwards along this road for a distance of 12.872 kilometres to Beacon F6; thence South-Westwards on a bearing of 230 degrees for a distance of 4,612.84 metres to Beacon F7; thence in a general Westerly direction through Beacons F8, F9, F10, F11, F12, F13, F14, F15, F16, F17 for a distance of 32,987.894 metres to Beacon F18 on the Eastern edge of the Mulele Plain; thence southwards on a bearing of 203 degrees for a distance of 8,249.107 to Beacon F19; thence Westwards on a bearing of 270 degrees for a distance of 3,799.94 metres to Beacon F20; thence Westwards along the dambo edge through Beacons F21, F22, F23, F24, F25, F26, F27, F28, F29 for a distance of 25,908 metres to Beacon F30; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 105 degrees for a distance of 740.969 metres to Beacon F31; thence northwards on a bearing of 15 degrees for a distance of 5,939.333 metres to Beacon F32; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 69 degrees for a distance of 5,040.173 metres to Beacon F33; thence continuing in the same general direction on a bearing of 72 degrees for a distance of 11,527.84 metres to Beacon F34 on the Eastern edge of the Mulele Plain; thence North-Eastwards across the plain on a bearing of 49 degrees for a distance of 3,907.841 metres to Beacon F35; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 89 degrees for a distance of 10,352.23 metres to Beacon F1, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 44,881.23 hectares, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR88/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 5th August, 1966.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P44: MBALA

GN 278 of 1954,

SI 139 of 1970,

SI 158 of 1975,

SI 107 of 1978.

Starting at Beacon H547, the most southerly beacon of Farm No. T33 “Isanya”, the boundary follows a cut line in a South-Westerly direction to a point where the Mwambeshi River is intersected by the production of line U145-U163; thence down the Mwambeshi River to its confluence with the Isanya river; thence up the Isanya River to a point where it is intersected by line H556-H546; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line following the said cut line which is the Western boundary of Farm No. T33, to Beacon H547, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 1,860 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No FR94/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 14th May, 1973.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P45: MPULUNGU

GN 279 of 1954,

SI 40 of 1964,

SI 2 of 1974,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at a point on the Lunzua river where it is crossed by the Mbala-Kambole motor road the boundary follows this road in a generally West, North-Westerly, southerly and Westerly direction to a point in Mwendela Village; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 337 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,915 metres to a point on the edge of the dambo at the source of the Katepwe Stream; thence in a straight line through the Kanyika Hill on a true bearing of approximately 242 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,950 metres to the source of the Chilwa River; thence along the Chilwa River in a generally Westerly direction to its confluence with the Musengezi River; thence down Musengezi River in a generally Westerly direction to its confluence with the Kapondwe River; thence up the Kapondwe River in a generally North-Easterly direction to a point on its source; thence along the Lungu (Tafuna) Reserve No. 11 in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 279 degrees for a distance of approximately 10,670 metres to a point due south of the Nkonde (Chilombo) River; thence in a northerly direction to this river; thence down the Nkonde (Chilombo) River which is also the Easterly boundary of the Lungu (Tafuna) Reserve No. 11 to its confluence with the Izi River; thence the boundary follows the foothills in a generally Easterly and South-Easterly direction to a point on the Lunzua river; thence up the Lunzua river in a general southerly direction to the point of starting.

Included within the boundaries thus defined, but excluded from the Local Forest, are Lots 298/M and 300/M.

The above described area, in extent 21,730 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR93/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 8th December, 1970.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P46: NORTH SWAKA

GN 271 of 1954

312 of 1954

SI 158 of 1975

Block A

Starting at Beacon BP2 III on the Zambia-Zaire border, the boundary runs in a straight line in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 6.9187 kilometres to the confluence of the two Nkolonga streams; thence in a straight line in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 19.6298 kilometres to a point at the foot of the South-West end of the Chitwe Charumi ridge; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 302 degrees for a distance of approximately 2.896 kilometres to a point at the foot of the South-Western slope of this hill; thence due North in a straight line for a distance of approximately 2.253 kilometres to the Kamimbya Stream; thence along the right bank of the Kamimbya Stream to its junction with the Mulumbe River; thence up the left bank of this river for a distance of approximately 12.068 kilometres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary joining it from the north; thence in a straight line in a northerly direction for a distance of approximately 9.493 kilometres to the confluence of the Lunsemfwa River and Fikolwa Stream; thence up the left bank of the Lunsemfwa River to the point where it bends Westwards near its source; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 80 degrees to the Zambia-Zaire border at Beacon BP3 IG; thence along the Zambia-Zaire border in a southerly and Easterly direction through Beacons BP3 I, BP3, BP2 IV to Beacon BP2 III, the point of starting.

Block B

Starting at Beacon BP3 IG on the Zambia-Zaire border near to the source of the Lunsemfwa River, the boundary runs in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 260 degrees to the point where the Lunsemfwa River bends Westwards near its source; thence down the right bank of the Lunsemfwa River to its confluence with the Fikolwa Stream; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 354 degrees for a distance of approximately 3.218 kilometres to a point near the South-Western end of the hills between the Lunsemfwa and Mulombwashi Rivers; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 325 degrees to the Mulala River; thence down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Chimeta Stream; thence in a straight line in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 21.399 kilometres to Nachibunse, the highest peak in the Eastern section of the Musalaya Hills; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 202 degrees for a distance of approximately 10.3 kilometres to the confluence of the Mutumba river with the Lutipu Stream, a stream joining the Mutumba River on its left bank; thence in a straight line in a Westerly direction for a distance of approximately 11.1 kilometres to the confluence of the Nkango River, Matuka Stream and Chanda Stream; thence up the left bank of the Nkango River to its most Westerly source; thence due North in a straight line for a distance of approximatley 1.13 kilometres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 50 degrees for a distance of approximately 10.46 kilometres; thence northwards for a distance of approximately 8.85 kilometres to Beacon BP6 on the Zambia-Congo border; thence in an Easterly direction along the border through Beacons BP5 and BP4 to Beacon BP3 IG, the point of starting.

The above described areas, in extent 33.1854 hectares and 77,095.35 hectares approximately, are shown bordered green on the Plan No. FR95 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 30th August, 1954.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P47: KASAMA

GN 272 of 1954,

GN 267 of 1964,

SI 252 of 1965,

SI 40 of 1973,

SI 10 of 1976.

Starting at Beacon 1, on the northern edge of the Kasama-Luwingu Road at the source of the Kamilenge Stream, the boundary follows the Eastern bank of that stream North-Westwards for a distance of 1,525 metres to beacon 2; thence on a bearing of 51 degrees for a distance of 3,625 metres to Beacon 3 near the Kasama Township/Kasama Village Road; thence on a bearing of 32 degrees for a distance of 4,700 metres to Beacon 4; thence on a bearing of 100 degrees for a distance of 2,470 metres to the Western corner of the Milima Prison Farm; thence in a South- Easterly direction along the South-Western boundary of this farm to the southern corner of this farm for a distance of 1,550 metres; thence on a bearing of 114 degrees for a distance of 215 metres to Beacon 5 on the northern side of the Kasama/Mbala road; thence in a general South- Westerly direction along the North-Western side of this road for a distance of 3,380 metres to Beacon 6; thence on a bearing of 138 degrees for a distance of 2,800 metres through Beacon 15 to Beacon 14; thence on a bearing of 42 degrees for a distance of 1,400 metres to Beacon 13; thence on a bearing of 315 degrees for a distance of 850 metres to a point on the Misamfu Stream; thence along the Eastern bank of this stream in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 2,625 metres; thence on a bearing of 107 degrees for a distance of 1,650 metres to the Milima River; thence in a South-Easterly direction along the Western bank of this river for a distance of 425 metres to its confluence with an unnamed Western tributary; thence on a bearing of 187 degrees for a distance of 1,585 metres; thence on a bearing of 148 degrees for a distance of 1,830 metres to the Milima River; thence along the North-Western bank of this river in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of 1,340 metres to its source; thence on a bearing of 193 degrees for a distance of 460 metres to a point on the Kasama/Mbesuma Road; thence along the northern edge of this road in a general Westerly, North-Westerly and Westerly direction for a distance of 6,500 metres to a Beacon which is 690 metres North-East of Beacon H564; thence on a bearing of 301 degrees for a distance of 2,860 metres; thence on a bearing of 272.5 degrees for a distance of 620 metres; thence on a bearing of 232.5 degrees for a distance of 2,080 metres; thence on a bearing of 210 degrees for a distance of 1,600 metres to a Beacon on the northern edge of the Kasama/Luwingu Road; thence along the northern edge of this road in a South-Westerly direction for a distance of 400 metres to Beacon 1, the point of starting.

All bearings are from true North and all distances approximate.

The above described area, in extent 4,146 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR92/4, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 12th June, 1974.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P48: NKOLEMFUMU

GN 300 of 1954

SI 158 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Lukashya River with the Chambeshi River; the boundary follows the right bank of the Chambeshi River downstream in a southerly and South-Westerly direction to its confluence with the Ishitwe Stream; thence up the left bank of the Ishitwe Stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of 263 degrees for a distance of approximately 822.96 metres on the Kasama-Mpika motor road; thence in a general northerly direction along the East side of this road for approximately 3,291.84 metres to Public Works Department’s Camp 4; thence on a true bearing of 83 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,828.03 metres; thence on a true bearing of 7 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,023.4 metres; thence on a true bearing of 263 degrees for a distance of approximately 5,669.3 metres to the Lukulu River; thence up the left bank of this river for approximately 1,280.16 metres; thence on a true bearing of 83 degrees for a distance of approximately 5,943.6 metres; thence on a true bearing of 7 degrees for a distance of approximately 6,400.8 metres; thence on a true bearing of 0 degrees for a distance of approximately 11,887.2 metres to the Luabwe Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kambwititi Stream; thence down the right bank of the Kambwititi Stream to its confluence with the Lukashya River; thence down the right bank of the Lukashya River to the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 54,229.8 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR90 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 30th August, 1954.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P49: CHAMBESHI FLATS

GN 303 of 1955

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Chambeshi and Kalungu Wabwiba (Isoka Kalungu) Rivers, the boundary follows the right bank of the Chambeshi River southwards and southWestwards for a distance of approximately 24,688.8 metres; thence due West along a cut line for a distance of approximately 731.52 metres; thence due south along a cut line for a distance of approximately 822.96 metres; thence due East for a distance of approximately 731.52 metres to a beacon on the right bank of the Chambeshi River; thence southwards and South-Westwards along the right bank of the Chambeshi River to its confluence with the Kalungu River; thence northwards along the left bank of the Kalungu River for a distance of approximately 4,133.08 metres to a beacon in the Ngongo Dambo; thence North-Eastwards along a cut line on a true bearing of approximately 49 degrees to the confluence of the Chambeshi and Kalungu Wabwiba Rivers, the point of starting.

Included within the boundaries defined above, but excluded from the Local Forest is the flood plain of the Chambeshi River, an area of approximately 20.72 square kilometres adjacent to and marching with the Chambeshi River along its course.

The above described area, in extent 4,856.4 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR91, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 28th August, 1954.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P50: LUNZUA

GN 264 of 1954,

SI 40 of 1964,

SI 158 of 1975.

Lunzua North

Starting at the point where the northerly edge of the Mbala-Kambole road reserve crosses the Lunzua river, the boundary follows the right bank of this river downstream to the southerly boundary of Lot No. 299/M; thence Eastwards and North-Eastwards along the said boundary and along the base 7; an unnamed range of hills to the North-Western corner of Farm No. T15; thence southwards and North-Eastwards along the Westerly and southerly boundaries of this farm to Beacon U69 at its South-East corner; thence generally Eastwards along the southerly boundaries of Farms Nos. T108, T109, T110, T156, T167, T111, T112, T113 and T114 to Beacon U34 at the South-East corner of the latter; thence generally southwards along the Westerly boundaries of Farms Nos. T146 and T144 to the northerly edge of the Mbala-Kambole road reserve; thence Westwards along this edge to the point of starting.

Lunzua South

Starting at the North-West corner of Farm No. T119, the boundary follows the Western boundary of this farm to Beacon U112 at its South-West corner; thence in a straight line southwards to the source of the Lungu Stream and down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Lunzua River; thence down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Munyesi Stream; thence up the left bank of the Munyesi Stream to the North-West corner of Farm No. T119, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 22,986.96 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR98/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 10th April, 1964.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P51: LUNGU

GN 280 of 1954,

SI 40 of 1964,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon B600 at the North-West corner of National Forest No. P1: Kalambo Falls and on the left bank of the Kalambo River, the boundary follows that bank downstream to a beacon approximately 1.609 kilometres North-East of Timu Zombe’s village; thence generally southwards along the base of Kikwa Hill and of the escarpment to its end south of the Chitiri River; thence along a cut line on a bearing of approximately 201 degrees for approximately 3,048 metres to the Kalo River; thence along a cut line on a bearing of approximately 158 degrees for approximately 1,127.76 metres to an unnamed tributary of the Kalo River; thence along the base of a small escarpment to the confluence of the Timba River and an unnamed tributary; thence along a cut line on a bearing of approximately 210 degrees for approximately 1,188.72 metres to the confluence of two unnamed streams; thence along a cut line on a bearing of approximately 170 degrees for approximately 1,310.64 metres; thence on a bearing of approximately 186 degrees for approximately 1,143 metres to the right bank of the Lucheche River at a point approximately 1 miles South-East of its mouth; thence generally Eastwards up the said bank to its confluence with the Chawa River; thence up the right bank of the latter to the Eastern edge of the Mbala-Kalambo Falls motor road; thence generally northwards along that edge to the junction with the Eastern edge of the Namankali motor road; thence continuing northwards, along that edge to the left bank of the Kalambo River; thence down that bank to Beacon B596 thereon; thence skirting the Easterly, southerly and Westerly boundaries of Protected Forest Area No. 1: Kalambo Falls through Beacons B597, B598 and B599 to Beacon B600, the point of starting.

Bearings are referred to Grid North.

The above described area, in extent 18,939.96 hectares approximately, is shown upon Plan No. FR96/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 19th July, 1963.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P53: CHIBANGA

GN 49 of 1955,

SI 139 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at a point on the East boundary of National Forest No. F31: Kabwe, approximately 2,834.64 metres from Beacon J, the boundary runs in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 73 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,060.71 metres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 163 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,453.896 metres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 253 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,060.71 metres to a point on the East boundary of the said National Forest; thence northwards along the said boundary to the point of starting.

The area described above is approximately 153.786 hectares in extent, and is down on a plan deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, dated 12th September, 1953, numbered FR83 and thereon bordered green.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P54: WEST MVUVYE

GN 168 of 1955,

SI 340 of 1960,

SI 158 of 1975.

NOTE-All bearings, which are referred to Grid North, and all distances quoted in this description must be understood as being approximate.

The area must likewise be regarded as an approximation.

Starting at the confluence of the Mvuvye and Mtirizi rivers, the Boundary follows the left bank of the latter upstream to its confluence with the Katuwa Stream; thence up the left bank of the Katuwa to a forest beacon at its source; thence on a bearing of 232 degrees for 5,577.84 metres; thence in a straight line to Beacon NRP22 on Chipirinyuma Hill; thence on a bearing of 320 degrees for 5,791.2 metres; thence on a bearing of 325 degrees to the source of the Nyamadzi stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to a forest beacon situated East of the source of the Kalambola Stream on a bearing of 108 degrees from that source; thence to the source of the Kalambola Stream and continuing down its right bank to its confluence with the Luangwa River; thence up the left bank of the latter river to its confluence with the Mvuvye River; thence up the left bank of the latter to a forest beacon at the foot of the Kambala Hill ridge; thence in a general South-Westerly direction along the top of this ridge to a forest beacon on the Chimanga Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to a forest beacon at its source; thence South- Eastwards in a straight line to a forest beacon at the source of the Nyakamba Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to a forest beacon near its confluence with the Lupezi stream; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line to the confluence of the Mvuvye and Mtirizi rivers, the point of starting. Included within the National Forest but not within the above described boundaries are the Eastern, southern and Western slopes of the Chipirinyuma Hill.

The above described area, in extent 62,728.5 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon a plan numbered FR102/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 5th October, 1960.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P55: LUSAKA SOUTH EXTENSION

GN 144 of 1955,

SI 98 of 1960,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon B153, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 406a, the boundary proceeds Eastwards along the southern boundary of Local Forest No. 26: Lusaka South for a distance of approximately 9,144 metres to Beacon SE3; thence southwards on a true bearing of approximately 177 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,286 metres to Beacon SE2b; thence on a true bearing of approximately 257 degrees for a distance of approximately 5,334 metres to Beacon SE2a; thence on a true bearing of approximately 292 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,179.32 metres to Beacon SE1b; thence on a true bearing of approximately 329 degrees for a distance of approximately 975.36 metres to Beacon SE1a; thence on a true bearing of approximately 308 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,950.72 metres to Beacon B153, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 2,100.39 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR100/1 deposited in the office of the surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 13th January, 1960.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P56: CHIMBE

GN 306 of 1955

SI 158 of 1975

Starting at Beacon BP32 I on the international boundary between Zambia and Zaire, the boundary runs in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 190 degrees for a distance of approximately 1.609 kilometres to a tributary dambo of the Katandana Stream; thence South- Eastwards down this dambo to its junction with the Katandana Stream; thence South-Eastwards along this stream for a distance of approximately 5.31 kilometres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 90 degrees to the source of the Chimararo Stream; thence southwards along this stream for approximately 2.5744 kilometres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 70 degrees for a distance of approximately 0.4827 kilometres; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 165 degrees to a point on the Kipushi-Solwezi motor road; thence Eastwards along this road for approximately 5.31 kilometres; thence in a straight line due North to a point on the international boundary; thence Westwards, North-Westwards and South-Westwards along this boundary, through Beacons BP31 VII and BP32 to BP32 I, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 9,227.16 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR105 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 26th October, 1955.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P57: MULENGA

GN 307 of 1955

SI 282 of 1968

158 of 1975

Starting at Beacon BP.32/3 on the international boundary between the Republic of Zaire and the Republic of Zambia, the boundary follows this international boundary in a general Easterly direction to the point where the international boundary meets the southern edge of the Solwezi-Mwinilunga road; thence Eastwards along the southern edge of this road for a distance of 6,187.44 metres; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 192 degrees for a distance of 3,764.28 metres; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 231 degrees for a distance of 7,345.68 metres; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 271 degrees for a distance of 1,706.88 metres to where this line meets the Eastern edge of the Solwezi River; thence upstream along the East bank of this river in a general North-Westerly direction for a distance of 6,115.51 metres; thence along a cut line on a bearing of 39 degrees for a distance of 4,489.1 metres to Beacon BP.32/3, the point of starting. All bearings, which refer to True North, and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent approximately 7,021 hectares is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR104/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 9th March, 1967.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P58: MBONGE

GN 308 of 1955,

GN 175 of 1960,

SI 158 of 1975.

Starting at Beacon W321, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 724 “Kansanshi Mine”, the boundary follows the Eastern, northern and Western boundaries of this farm through Beacons W324 and W323 to Beacon W9 on its Western boundary; thence due West to the Chafunkuma Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream for a distance of 5.792 kilometres approximately; thence on a true bearing of 71 degrees approximately to the Old Mwinilunga Road; thence South-Eastwards to Beacon L419, the North-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 1101 “Katandana”; thence South-Westwards, South-Eastwards, and North-Eastwards along the Western, southern and Eastern boundaries of this farm through Beacons L418 and L417 to Beacon L420, the North-Eastern corner beacon; thence continuing along the production of the line L417-L420 to its point of intersection with the Katandana River; thence down the right bank of this river for a distance of 5.6315 kilometres approximately; thence due south for a distance of 3.218 kilometres approximately; thence South-Westwards to Beacon W321, the point of starting. Included in the above described area but excluded from the National Forest is Lot No. 18, in extent 0.972 hectares approximately.

The area described above, in extent 6,373.22 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR103/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 24th September, 1959.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P59: CHIKWALALA

GN 134 of 1956,

SI 140 of 1970,

SI 66 of 1975.

Starting at the point where the Mbala-Tunduma motor road crosses the Mwambala River, the boundary follows the right bank of the Mwambala River downstream to its confluence with the Kayimbi Stream; thence up the left bank of the Kayimbi Stream to the point where the Mbala- Tunduma Road crosses the Kayimbi Stream; thence up the left bank of the Kayimbi Stream to the base of the Chikwalala ridge; thence in a general South-Easterly, southerly and South- Westerly direction along the base of the Chikwala escarpment to the confluence of the Chozi River and the Misola Stream; thence up the left bank of the Chozi River to its confluence with the Mamba Stream; thence up the left bank of the Mamba Stream to its source; thence along a cut line in a North-Westerly direction for approximately 1,828.8 metres to the most Westerly source of the Kamuswadsi River; thence down the right bank of the Kamuswadsi River to the Chitemene control boundary; thence in an Easterly direction along the Chitemene control boundary for approximately 2,651.76 metres to the foot of Tembo Hill; thence around the northern face of Tembo Hill to the Chitemene control boundary; thence following this boundary Eastwards for approximately 1,188.72 metres to the right bank of the Mwambala River; thence down the right bank of the Mwambala River to the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent 6,236.43 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR106/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 26th September, 1968.

LOCAL FOREST NO.P 60: MUMBA

GN 174 of 1956

267 of 1964

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at Beacon MB1 on the Eastern boundary of Farm No. 156a “The Big Concession”, approximately 274.32 metres North of Beacon E thereof, the boundary follows the Eastern boundary of this farm northwards for 9,936.48 metres to Beacon MB2; thence due East for 13,716 metres to Beacon MB3 at the point where the Mumbwa-Kapolosa road crosses the Musontwa Hills; thence South-Westwards along the Westerly edge of the road for 17,647.92 metres to Beacon MB4 at a point near Chobola Hill; thence on a bearing of 307 degrees for 7,498.08 metres to Beacon MB1, the point of starting. Bearings, which are referred to True North, and distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 13,152.75 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR107/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 31st August, 1962.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P61: CHIBWE

GN 304 of 1957

GN 136 of 1971,

GN 158 of 1975.

Starting at the confluence of the Mteteshi River with the Mulungushi River, the boundary follows the Mulungushi river upstream for a distance of approximately 1,828.8 metres to Beacon BM9E on the boundary of Lot 1117/M; thence along the boundaries of Lot 1117/M through Beacons BM9D and BM9C on the Great North Road; thence following the Great North Road in a South-Westerly direction to the junction of the Great North Road with the access road to Lot 449/M; thence in a North-Westerly direction along the access road to a point between Beacons WA114 and CE73 which is the South-Eastern boundary of Lot 449/M; thence along the boundaries of Lot 449/M through Beacons CE74 and CE75; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 176 degrees for a distance of approximately 35.36 metres to the left bank of the Mulungushi River; thence up the Mulungushi River to its confluence with the Chiwanga River; thence up the Chiwanga River on a bearing of approximately 122 degrees for a distance of approximately 457.2 metres to Beacon B; thence on a bearing of approximately 67 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,554.48 metres to a point on the southern side of the road from Chibwe Siding to the Great North Road; thence along the southern side of the Great North Road for a distance of approximately 3.46 kilometres; thence following the Great North Road in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of approximately 1,508.76 metres to a point where this road crosses the Luanshimba River; thence up the Luanshimba River for a distance of approximately 8.045 kilometres to Beacon C; thence on a bearing of approximately 270 degrees for a distance of approximately 91.44 metres to the North-Easterly corner of Lot 60/M Luanshimba Siding; thence in a North-Westerly direction along the northern boundary of Lot 60/M to the Eastern boundary of the Railway Reserve Strip; thence in a North-Easterly direction along the Eastern boundary of the Railway Reserve for a distance of approximately 5.068 kilometres; thence in a North-Easterly direction along an old Zambia Railways Track for a distance of approximately 1,188.72 metres; thence on a bearing of approximately 79 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,280.16 metres; thence on a true bearing of 339 degrees for a distance of 1,463.04 metres to the northern side of the road from Kakulu Siding to the Great North Road; thence in a straight line to Beacon O1108 of Farm No. 1291; thence along the southern, Eastern and northern boundaries of Farm No. 1291 through Beacons 01107, 01106 and 01105; thence in a North-Easterly direction along the Eastern boundary of the Railway Reserve to Beacon CT155 on the South-Western corner of Lot 339/M; thence along the boundaries of this lot through Beacons CT154, CT153 and CT152; thence along the Eastern side of the Railway Reserve to a point South-East of the source of the Chibwetelo River; thence in a straight line to the source of the Chibwetelo River; thence down this river to its confluence with the Mteteshi River; thence down the Mteteshi River to its confluence with the Mulungushi River, the point of starting.

Included within the above defined boundaries but excluded from the National Forest are:

      (a)   Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve;

      (b)   Cottage No. 193 Reserve, Farm No. 1289;

      (c)   Luanshimba Siding Reserve (left), Farm No. 59/M;

      (d)   Luanshimba Siding Reserve (right), Farm No. 60/M;

      (e)   Great North Road Reserve;

      (f)   A portion approximately 154 metres 3 609.6 metres in the South-Easterly direction of Farm No. 1291.

The above described area, in extent 24,271.478 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR108/6 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 19th April, 1971.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P62: MUNYAMA

GN 305 of 1957,

GN 267 of 1964,

GN 61 of 1979.

Starting at Beacon BH165, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 2117, the boundary proceeds South-Eastwards along the southern boundary of this farm and Farm No. 2118, through Beacon BH158 to Beacon BH157, the South-Eastern corner beacon of this latter farm; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line to Beacon L159, the North-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 964; thence along the northern boundary of this farm to Beacon 53R on the Western edge of the Zambia Railways 9,144 metres Strip Reserve; thence Eastwards across this strip reserve to Beacon 53L, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 963; thence along the southern boundary of this farm to Beacon L242, its South-Eastern corner beacon on the Western boundary of Farm No. 1833; thence southwards, Eastwards and northwards along the Western, southern and Eastern boundaries of this farm through Beacons CG80 and CG79 to Beacon CG78, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 1834; thence Eastwards along the southern boundary of this farm to the point where it crosses the Muyama River; thence southwards down the right bank of this river to a point approximately 3.218 kilometres North of its confluence with the Mwomboshi River; thence North-Westwards in a straight line to Beacon T228, the North-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1027; thence Westwards along the northern boundary of this farm to Beacon T28R on the Eastern edge of the Zambian Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence Westwards across this strip reserve to Beacon T28L, the South-Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1070; thence Westwards along the southern boundary of this farm and Farm No. 1347 through Beacons T274 and T225 to Beacon T422, the South-Western corner beacon of this latter farm; thence Westwards in a straight line to the confluence of the Munangombe and Kalupani streams; thence Westwards in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 265 degrees to the left bank of the Chamkumba Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Malombe Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream for a distance of approximately 5.63 kilometres (measured along the bank); thence North-Westwards in a straight line to Beacon BH165, the point of starting.

Included within the above described boundaries but excluded from the National Forest are:

      (a)   The Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve.

      (b)   Farms Nos. 964, 966, 968 and 969.

      (c)   Farm No. 1274, Chikonkomene Siding Reserve Left.

      (d)   Farm No. 1275, Chikonkomene Siding Reserve Right.

      (e)   Farm No. 1276, Cottage No. 187 Reserve.

      (f)   Subdivision A of Farm No. 964, Kalwelwe Siding Reserve Left, Part A.

      (g)   Farm No. 2562, Kalwelwe Siding Reserve Right, Part A.

      (h)   State Land bounded as follows:

Starting at Beacon L230, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 964, the boundary proceeds Eastwards along the southern boundary of this farm to Beacon 63R on the Western edge of the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence southwards along this edge to Beacon T8R, the North- Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 966, thence Westwards along the northern boundary of this farm to Beacon L245, its North-Western corner beacon; thence North-Eastwards to Beacon L230, the point of starting.

      (i)   State Land bounded as follows:

Starting at Beacon L228, the South-Western corner beacon of Farm No. 966, the boundary proceeds Eastwards along the southern boundary of this farm to Beacon T14R on the Western edge of the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve; thence southwards along this edge to Beacon T20R, the North- Eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 968, thence South-Westwards along the northern boundary of this farm to Beacon L227, its North-Western corner beacon; thence North-Westwards to Beacon L228, the point of starting.

The National Forest is approximately 18,094.14 hectares in extent and is shown upon Plan No. FR84/2 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 6th April, 1961.

LOCAL FOREST NO. 63: KAPIRI MPOSHI

GN 306 of 1957

SI 175 of 1972

SI 162 of 1977

Starting at a point on the Eastern edge of Zambia Railways Strip Reserve and opposite to kilometre peg 1,373 the boundary proceeds on a bearing of 102 degrees for a distance of 4,000 metres to a Beacon at the source of the Katunga Stream, a tributary of the Mushimbili river; thence on a bearing of 197 degrees for a distance of 760 metres to a Beacon; thence on a bearing of 219 degrees for a distance of 2,080 metres to a Beacon; thence on a bearing of 292 degrees for a distance of 440 metres to a Beacon on the Western edge of the Kapiri Mposhi/Ndola old road; thence southwards along the edge of this old road to the point where the road leaves the Eastern edge of the road reserve of the main road T3; thence northwards and Westwards along the edge of the T3 road reserve to Beacon T195, the South-Eastern corner of the Glass Factory site (Lot 1386/M); thence northwards along the Eastern corner of the Glass Factory site (Lot 1386/M); thence northwards along the Eastern boundary of Lot 1386/M to Beacon TA194, the North-Eastern corner Beacon; thence continuing in the same direction for a distance of 180 metres to Beacon C; thence in a Westerly direction on a bearing of 271 degrees for a distance of 300 metres to Beacon B on the Eastern boundary of Lot 381/M; thence northwards and Westwards along the Eastern and northern boundaries of this Lot to Beacon GW.631 on the Eastern edge of the Zambia Railway Strip Reserve; thence northwards along the edge of this Strip Reserve to the starting point. All bearings are from true North and all distances are approximate.

The above described area, in extent 840 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR81/5, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 12th September, 1975.

LOCAL FOREST (SCENIC) NO. P64: KACHOLOLA

GN 2 of 1957

GN 267 of 1964

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Tanzya River with the Mchimadzi River, the boundary follows the latter river upstream to its confluence with the Mvunguti Stream; thence up this stream to its source; thence is a straight line to the source of he Nyampundu Stream; thence down this stream to its confluence with the Kasongo Stream; thence up this stream to its confluence with the Katumbi Stream; thence up this stream to a point approximately 182.88 metres downstream of its source; thence on a true bearing of approximately 351 degrees for approximately 154.4 metres to a point in the Tanzya River; thence down this river to its confluence with the Kasendeka Stream; thence up this stream to its confluence with the Mabenda Stream; thence up this stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of approximately 1 degree for approximately 1,280.16 metres to a point in the Kangamuzi Stream; thence down this stream to its confluence with the Tanzya River; thence down this river to its confluence with the Mchimadzi River, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 15,200.53 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR109/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 6th October, 1961.

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 65: MUNSHIWEMBA EXTENSION

[Revoked by No. 262 of 1966]

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 66: TEMBWE

[Revoked by No. 195 of 1963]

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 67: KALASA MUKOSA

[Revoked by No. 227 of 1965]

LOCAL FOREST NO. P68: LUNUKA

GN 188 of 1957

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at a point A on the Kapalala-Mansa road approximately 38.62 kilometres from Kapalala and approximately 6.44 kilometres from the Fwaka air strip and near the head of the Nakansaba Dambo, the boundary runs in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 156 degrees for a distance of approximately 2.8962 kilometres to point B at the head of the Mpamba Dambo; thence down the centre of Mpamba dambo in a southerly direction for approximately 10.62 kilometres to point C, the confluence with the Luimbe Dambo and thence in a South-Westerly direction for approximately 5.145 kilometres to point D, the confluence of the Luimbe and Lunuka; thence down the Lunuka in a South-Westerly to Westerly direction for approximately 14.1592 kilometres to point E, the confluence of the Lunuka and Kantete (or Munwa); thence up the Kantete (or Munwa) in a northerly direction for approximately 11.746 kilometres to a point F, the confluence of the Kantete (or Munwa) and its most North-Westerly tributary; thence up this tributary in a North-Westerly direction for approximately 4.99 kilometres to point G; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 360 degrees for approximately 9.33 kilometres to a point H; thence in a straight line on a true bearing of approximately 90 degrees for approximately 12.01 kilometres to point A, the point of starting.

The above described area, some 259 square kilometres in extent, is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR112 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 7th February, 1957.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P69: YONGWE

GN 189 of 1957

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at a forest beacon on the right bank of the Yongwe Stream, approximately 2,743.2 metres upstream from its confluence with the Chapalapata Stream, and opposite the junction of the Yongwe Stream with an unnamed stream flowing in from the West, the boundary runs in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 099 degrees for a distance of approximately 5,455.92 metres to a forest beacon; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 144 degrees for a distance of approximately 7,254.24 metres to a forest beacon on the left bank of the Chamatope Stream; thence up the Chamatope Stream for a distance of approximately 1,371.6 metres to a forest beacon on the left bank; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 293 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,676.4 metres to a forest beacon; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 213 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,737.36 metres to a forest beacon; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 251 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,621.28 metres to a forest beacon; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 290 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,493.52 metres to a forest beacon; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 229 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,468.88 metres to a forest beacon; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 336 degree for a distance of approximately 12,588.24 metres to a forest beacon at the source of the Chapalapata Stream; thence down the Chapalapata Stream for a distance of approximately 2,651.76 metres to a forest beacon on its left bank opposite the junction of the Chapalapata Stream with an unnamed stream flowing in from the south; thence in a straight line on a magnetic bearing of approximately 121 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,194.56 metres to a forest beacon, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 8,620.11 hectares is shown bordered green on Plan No. FR120 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 22nd May, 1957.

PROTECTED FOREST AREA NO. 71: TARA

[Revoked by No. 117 of 1971]

LOCAL FOREST NO. P72: KATANINO

GN 341 of 1957

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at a point A on the Western boundary of the Zambia Railways 91.44 metres strip, approximately 496.824 metres South-West of Beacon A, the South-East corner beacon of Farm No. 1301 the boundary proceeds North-Westwards at right angles to the railway strip boundary for a distance of 758.952 metres; thence at right angles North-Eastwards for 1.609 kilometres thence at right angles South-Eastwards for 1.609 kilometres; thence at right angles South- Westwards for 1.609 kilometres; thence at right angles North-Westwards for 850.392 metres to the point of starting.

Included within the area above described but excluded from the Local Forest are:

      (a)   The Zambia Railways 91.44 metres Strip Reserve.

      (b)   Farms Nos. 1301 and 1302.

      (c)   Stands Nos. 1 to 6 (inclusive), Katanino.

The above described area, in extent 230.68 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green upon Plan No. FR122 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 28th November, 1957.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P73: MUHONGE

GN 260 of 1958

Starting at the confluence of the Nkalamu and Kanyashi streams, the boundary proceeds northwards up the left bank of the latter stream to its confluence with the Kanyungu Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence northwards on a bearing of 9 degrees for a distance of 4,815.84 metres approximately to the confluence of the Jimbe and Kanyala streams; thence South-Eastwards up the left bank of this latter stream for a distance of 2,895.6 metres; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 179 degrees for a distance of 1,609.34 metres approximately to the source of the Kamasenga Stream; thence generally southwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Nkalamu Stream; thence down the right bank of the stream in a Westerly direction to its confluence with the Kanyashi Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 1,335.51 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA123, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P74: MAJAMU

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Mukangu River and Sangamato Stream, the boundary proceeds up the left bank of the stream in a general North-Easterly and Easterly direction to its source; thence North-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 35 degrees for a distance of approximately 643.74 metres to meet the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary; thence Eastwards along that international boundary for a distance of approximately 2,896.82 metres; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 176 degrees for a distance of approximately 482.8 metres to the source of the Ibobobu Stream; thence southwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Imbambashana Stream; thence North-Westwards up the left bank of this stream for a distance of approximately 1,126.54 metres; thence South- Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 234 degrees for a distance of approximately 3,701.5 metres; thence North-Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 300 degrees for a distance of approximately 643.74 metres to the source of an unnamed stream; thence South-Westwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Mukangu River; thence northwards up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Sangamato Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 1,011.75 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA124, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P75: NKOMBA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Chikonke Stream and the Zambezi River, the boundary follows the left bank of this river upstream in a general Easterly and South-Easterly direction to its confluence with the Chinyashi River; thence South-Eastwards up the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Kamalenga Stream; thence South-Eastwards up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Katchichi Stream; thence in a general South-Easterly direction up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence South-Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 256 degrees for a distance of 3,380.23 metres approximately to the Chikonke Stream; thence in a general North-Westerly and northerly direction down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Zambezi River, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 1,133.16 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA125, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P76: MUZENZE

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Sekezhi Stream and the Zambezi River, the boundary follows the left bank of this river in a general southerly direction for a distance of approximately 6,069.79 metres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence South-Westwards up the left bank of this tributary to its source; thence South-Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 252 degrees for a distance of approximately 4,667.1 metres to the Sekezhi Stream, thence North-Eastwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Zambezi River, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 1,517.63 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA126, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P77: LUINGA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Luinga River and the Kakula Stream, the boundary proceeds South-Westwards up the left bank of this latter stream to its confluence with the Kefumvu Stream; thence Westwards up the left bank of this stream for a distance of approximately 321.87 metres thence North-Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 321 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,092.15 metres to the source of the Kaiyimbu Stream; thence North-Eastwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kaswaswa River; thence North- Westwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Luinga Stream; thence southwards up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kakula Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 627.285 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA127, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P78: KAVUNGU

GN 260 of 1958

252 of 1960

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at Beacon VG108 at the South-Eastern corner of Farm No. 2751, the boundary follows the Easterly boundaries of this farm through Beacons VG107 and VG106 to a point on the line VG106-VG105 approximately 685.8 metres North of the former; thence South-Eastwards on a true bearing of approximately 120 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,981.2 metres to the source of the Kasombo Stream; thence continuing down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kamakonda Stream; thence South-Westwards up the left bank of the latter stream to its source; thence on a true bearing of approximately 235 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,341.12 metres to the source of the Kachinkomina Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Sakeji River; thence down the right bank of the Sakeji River to the point where it crosses the southern boundary of Farm No. 2751; thence Eastwards along this boundary to Beacon VG108, the point of starting.

The above described area, in extent approximately 752.76 hectares, is shown bordered green upon a plan numbered FR128/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 17th June, 1960.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P79: KATOKA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Mujileshi River and the Kaulumbu Stream, the boundary follows the left bank of this stream in a general Easterly direction to its source; thence northwards in a straight line on a bearing of 21 degrees for a distance of approximately 643.738 metres to the Mabongo Stream; thence South-Eastwards up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 143 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,770.23 metres; thence South-Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 213 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,735.88 metres to the Mujileshi River; thence in a general northerly direction down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Kaulumbu Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 971.28 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA129, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

ZAMBEZI SOURCE NATIONAL FOREST NO. P80

SI 158 of 1975

106 of 1984

Starting at the confluence of the Zambezi River with an unnamed tributary of the Zambezi River, a point which is 1,610 metres downstream from the source of the Zambezi River, the boundary follows the left bank of this unnamed tributary in a general southerly direction to its source; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 178G degrees for a distance of approximately 480 metres to the Zambia-Zaire International Boundary; thence Westwards along the International Boundary for a distance of approximately 2,410 metres to a beacon erected thereon; thence northwards in a straight line on a bearing of 360 degrees for approximately 1,130 metres to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Sakeji River; thence Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 82 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,930 metres to the confluence of the Zambezi River with an unnamed tributary, the point of starting.

The area covered by the Zambezi Source National Monument as described in the Natural and Historical Monuments and Relics (National Monument) (Zambezi Source) Order, 1983, is excluded from this forest area.

SI 162 of 1983

The area described above, in extent 222.1 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green onPlan No. PFA130/1 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 28th February, 1984.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P81: KAFWEKO

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at a point on the Mujileshi River where it is crossed by the Zambia-Angola International Boundary, the boundary follows the left bank of this stream in a general South-Easterly direction to its confluence with the Sawana Stream; thence South-Westwards up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence southwards in a straight line for a distance of approximately 3,379.62 metres to the Lisombo Stream; thence in a general South-Westerly direction down the right bank of this stream to a point where it crosses the Zambia-Angola International Boundary; thence in a general northerly direction along the international boundary to a point where it is crossed by the Mujileshi River, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 4,350.52 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA131, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P82: CHIBUNDA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Luisaba River and the Kamalenge Stream, the boundary follows the left bank of the latter stream in a general South-Easterly direction for a distance of approximately 4,467.1 metres; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 138 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,448.41 metres to the Lushimba River; thence South- Westwards down the right bank of this river to its confluence with the Luisaba River; thence in a general northerly direction up the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Kamalenge Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 4,734.99 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA132, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P83: KANGASA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Chifungu River and Kampemba Stream, the boundary follows the left bank of the latter stream in a general North-Easterly and Easterly direction to its source; thence Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 88 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,287.475 metres to the Musangila Stream; thence southwards up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 164 degrees for a distance of approximately 804.672 metres to the source of the Mujilezhi River; thence South-Westwards down the right bank of this river for a distance of approximately 6,115.51 metres; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 170 degrees for a distance of approximately 2,255.52 metres to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Kasenga River; thence southwards down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Kasenga River; thence down the right bank of this river in a general Easterly direction to its confluence with the Kamataka Stream; thence southwards up the left bank of this stream for a distance of approximately 3,379.63 metres to the Mwinilunga-Kamapanda Road; thence Westwards along this road for a distance of approximately 4,023.36 metres; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 282 degrees for a distance of approximately 965.61 metres to the the source of the Lukaya River; thence Westwards down the right bank of this river for a distance of approximately 4,667.1 metres; thence northwards in a straight line on a bearing of 9 degrees for a distance of approximately 14,484.01 metres to the confluence of the Chifungu River and Kampemba Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 15,338.13 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA133, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P84: NDEMBO

GN 260 of 1958

SI 158 of 1975

Starting at a point where the Kaosana Stream crosses the Zambia-Angola International Boundary, the boundary proceeds Eastwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Muoze Stream; thence South-Westwards up the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Dilapi Stream; thence South-Eastwards up the left bank of this stream for a distance of 4,666.49 metres; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 155 degrees for a distance of 5,230.37 metres approximately to the source of the Kowpatchi Stream; thence South-Eastwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Mwanamitowa Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream for a distance of 1,770.89 metres; thence southwards in a straight line on a bearing of 193 degrees for a distance of 3,218.69 metres approximately to the Kamitowa Stream; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 182 degrees to the point of intersection with the kabompo-Mwinilunga Road; thence southwards down this road for a distance of 6,598.92 metres; thence Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 252 degrees to the source of the Chilandanyi Stream; thence South- Westwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kansoko Stream; thence South-Westwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Malembela Stream; thence Westwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Nayela River and the Zambia-Angola International Boundary; thence generally northwards along this boundary to its point of intersection with the Kaosana Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 45,872.75 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA134, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

NATIONAL FOREST NO. P85: LUNDA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the West Lunga and Kamano Rivers, the boundary follows the left bank of the latter river in a general South-Easterly direction for a distance of approximately 21,323.9 metres; thence Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 91 degrees for a distance of approximately 1,207.01 metres to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Luigishi Stream; thence South-Eastwards down the right bank of this tributory to its confluence with the Luigishi Stream; thence in a general South-Easterly direction down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the Kasanjiku River; thence southwards down the right bank of this river for a distance of approximately 21,887.01 metres to its confluence with the Mukade Stream; thence Westwards up the left bank of this stream for a distance of approximately 15,932.5 metres to its source; thence southwards on a bearing of 193 degrees 30 minutes for a distance of 8,690 metres; thence South-Westwards on a bearing of 262 degrees for a distance of 6,437.38 metres; thence Westwards on a bearing of 288 degrees 30 minutes for a distance of 9,656.1 metres approximately to an unnamed tributary of the Luamasongo Stream; thence Westwards down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Luamasongo Stream; thence Westwards down the right bank of this stream to its confluence with the West Lunga River; thence northwards up the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Kamano Stream, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 170,884.58 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA135, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 14th April, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P86: NKUNYI

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Luamakunyi River and an unnamed tributary, the boundary follows the left bank of this river in a general northerly direction for a distance of approximately 3,169.92 metres to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence North-Westwards up the left bank of this tributary to its source; thence Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 256 degrees for a distance of 2,734.06 metres approximately to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Musangila River; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Ibalula Stream; thence Eastwards up the left bank of this stream to its source; thence Eastwards in a straight line to the source of the Kansaka Stream; thence down the right bank of this stream for a distance of 481.58 metres; thence Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 92 degrees for a distance of 35,052 metres approximately to the Kanjima Stream; thence Eastwards on a bearing of 94 degrees for a distance of 4,389.12 metres approximately; thence southwards on a bearing of 155 degrees for a distance of 792.48 metres approximately to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Lunga River; thence down the right bank of this tributary for a distance of 1,447.80 metres; thence South-Eastwards in a straight line on a bearing of 150 degrees for a distance of 1,920.24 metres approximately to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Kandua Stream; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Kandua Stream; thence up the left bank of this stream for a distance of 3,383.28 metres approximately to its confluence with an unnamed tributary; thence Westwards up the left bank of this tributary for a distance of 396.24 metres approximately to its source; thence Westwards in a straight line on a bearing of 259 degrees 30 minutes for a distance of approximately 1,889.76 metres to the source of an unnamed tributary of the Luamakunyi River; thence down the right bank of this tributary to its confluence with the Luamakunyi River, the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 8,357.055 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA136 deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

LOCAL FOREST NO. P87: MUFUNDWA

GN 260 of 1958

SI 66 of 1975

Starting at the confluence of the Kabompo River with the Mufundwa Stream, the boundary follows the left bank of this stream in a general northerly direction to its confluence with the Kapaka Stream; thence Eastwards up the right bank of this stream to the Trust Land Boundary No. I; thence southwards and Eastwards along this boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the Kabompo River; thence down the right bank of this river to the point of starting.

The area described above, in extent 11,938.65 hectares approximately, is shown bordered green on Plan No. PFA138, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General, signed by him and dated 30th May, 1958.

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