CHAPTER 213 - MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Mines and Mineral Development (General) Regulations, 2008

Mines and Minerals Development (Prospecting, Mining and Milling of Uranium Ores and Other Radioactive Mineral Ores) Regulations, 2008

Mines and Minerals Development (Remission of Mineral Royalties) (Luanshya Copper Mines Plc) Regulations, 2009

MINES AND MINERAL DEVELOPMENT (GENERAL) REGULATIONS, 2008

[Section 161]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

PART 1
PRELIMINARY

   1.    Title

   2.   Interpretation

PART II
MINING CADASTRE OFFICES

   3.   Head of Mining Cadastre offices and other staff

   4.   Central and regional mining cadastre offices

   5.   Functions of Central Mining Cadastre office

   6.   Functions of regional mining cadastre offices

   7.   Jurisdiction of regional mining cadastre office

   8.   Cadastre Unit

PART III
APPLICATION FOR MINING RIGHT AND MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

   9.    Application for mining right

   10.   Application for non-mining right

   11.   Application for annual operating permit

   12.   Application to export, import, etc. mineral, ore or mineral product

   13.   Application to export, sell, etc. radioactive minerals

   14.   Application for mineral analysis certificate

   15.   Application for valuation certificate

   16.   Application to operate mineral analysis laboratory and annual geological or mining consultancy firm

   17.   Application by agent

   18.   Assignment of identification code

   19.   Provisional plotting

   20.   Request for further particulars

   21.   Acceptance of application by Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey

   22.   Rejection of application by Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey

   23.   Grant of Mining right

   24.   Amendment of licence

   25.   Change in particulars of holder.

PART IV
RENEWAL OF MINING RIGHT AND MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

   26.   Application for renewal of mining or non-mining right

   27.   Provisional plotting for renewal

   28.   Modification of perimeter

   29.   Rejection of application for renewal

   30.   Grant of renewal

PART V
ALTENATION OF PROSPECTING OR MINING AREA

   31.   Application for alternation of prospecting or mining area

   32.   Provisions plotting for alteration

   33.   Grant of alteration

PART VI
TRANSFER AND ASSIGNMENT OF MINING RIGHT OR MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

   34.   Application for consent to transfer or to assign

   35.   Grant of consent to transfer

PART VII
ABANDONMENT OF MINING AREA

   36.   Application to abandon land subject to license or permit

   37.   Grant of certificate of abandonment

PART VIII
GENERAL PROVISIONS

   38.   Notice of Appeal

   39.   Prescribed fees, area charge, etc.

   40.   Geometric rules for cadastral co-ordinates

   41.   Cadastral co-ordinates and beacons setting

   42.   Cadastral maps

   43.   Pegging certificate

   44.    Area subject to conflict

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   44B.   Programme of future operations

   45.   Revocation of S.I. No. 123 of 1996

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SI 34 of 2012.

SI 17 of 2013

PART I
PRELIMINARY

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008.

2.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

“abandonment” means the voluntary extinction of a mining right which may be total or partial and which is demanded by the holder by renunciation;

“Act” means the Mines and Mineral Development Act, 2008;

“Alternation” in relation to a mining area, means the extension or the reduction of the size of the prospecting or mining area;

“assignee” means a person who derives a right or interest in a licence or mining right from the holder of the licence or mining right;

“assignor” means a person who grants a right or interest in a licence or mining right to another person;

“artisan’s mining right” means an artisan’s mining right granted under Part V of the Act;

“cadastral co-ordinates” means the geographic sexagesimal co-ordinates used in the delineation of an area subject to a licence or mining right in accordance with these Regulations;

“cadastre unit” means a quadrilateral formed by the intersection of meridians and parallels and with a distance equal to six sexagesimal seconds and that covers an average plain metric surface of 3.3400 hectares;

“cadastral map” means a map record of existing non-mining and mining rights;

“closure certificate” means the certificate granted by the Director of Mines Safety at the abandonment of a mining right;

“Director” means the Director of Mines appointed under section 144 of the Act;

“Director of Geological Survey” means the person appointed as such under section 144 of the Act;

“Director of Mines Safety” means the person appointed as such under section 144 of the Act;

“General Registry Book” means the book where the applications for abandonment of a mining area, amendments, renewals, and transfers of licences are recorded in the order in which they are received;

“Head of Mining Cadastre” means the person appointed as such under Regulation 3;

“holder” means a person in whose name a mining right is registered under the Act;

“large-scale gemstone licence” means a large-scale gemstone licence granted under Part III of the Act;

“large-scale mining licence” means a large-scale mining licence granted under Part III of the Act;

“mineral” means any material substance, whether in solid, liquid or gaseous form, that occurs naturally in or beneath petroleum or any substance or thing prescribed by the Minister by regulations;

“mineral processing” means the practice of beneficiating or liberating valuable minerals from their ores which may combine a number of unit operations such as crushing , grinding, sizing, screening, classification, washing, froth floatation, gravity concentration, electrostatic separation, magnetic separation, leaching, smelting, refining, calcining and gasification or any other processes incidental thereto;

"minimum annual prospecting expenditure" means the minimum amount of money, set out in the Sixth Schedule, which a holder of a prospecting licence shall expend directly on prospecting operations in a year, excluding administrative and overhead expenses;

[Ins by reg 2 of SI 17 of 2013]

“mining” means the extraction of material, whether solid, liquid or gaseous, from land or from beneath the surface of the earth in order to win minerals, or any operations directly or indirectly necessary or incidental thereto;

“mining area” means an area of land subject to a licence or permit under the Act;

“Mining Cadastre Office” means the central administrative office established in Lusaka which is responsible for the processing and administration of mining rights;

“mining right” means a right granted under subsection (1) of section 6 of the Act;

“pegging certificate” means a certificate issued by a surveyor after demarcation of a licence or mining right in accordance with Regulation 43;

“perimeter” means the external contour of the ground made up of contiguous cadastral units, which is the subject of licence or mining or an application for a licence or mining right;

“Priority Registry Book” means the book where applications for mining rights and mineral processing licences are recorded in the order in which they are received;

“prospecting area” means an area of land subject to a prospecting licences or a prospecting permit;

“prospecting operations” means operations carried out in the course of prospecting;

“prospecting permit” means a prospecting permit granted under Part IV of the Act;

“regional mining cadastre office” means a regional office of the Mining Cadastre referred to under Regulation 4;

“small scale gemstone licence” means a small scale gemstone licence granted under Part IV of the Act; and

“small scale mining licence” means a small scale mining licence granted under Part IV of the Act.

PART II
MINING CADASTRE OFFICES

3.   Head of Mining Cadastre Office and other staff

   (1) There shall be a Head of Mining Cadastre Office who shall be a public officer and who shall have and may exercise the powers and functions conferred upon the Head of Mining Cadastre Office by or under the Act or any other written law.

   (2) The Public Service Commission shall appoint such other public officers as may be necessary for the administration of these Regulations.

4.   Central and regional mining cadastre offices

The Central Mining Cadastre Office shall be based in Lusaka and the regional mining cadastre offices shall be established in the areas set out in the First Schedule.

5.   Functions of Central Mining Cadastre Office

   (1) The Central Mining Cadastre Office shall administer mining rights and mineral processing licences.

   (2) Notwithstanding the generality of sub-regulation (1), the Central Mining Cadastre office shall be responsible for the coordination of all cadastral activities including–

      (a)    the assignment of identification codes for applications for mining rights and mineral processing licences;

      (b)    the receipt and recording of applications for mining rights and mineral processing licences;

      (c)    the verification and processing of applications for mining rights or mineral processing licences;

      (d)    making recommendations to the Director, the Director of Geological Survey and Director of Mines Safety in respect of application for mining rights and mineral processing licences; and

      (e)    receiving and distributing statutory report from holders.

   (3) The Mining Cadastre Office shall maintain a Priority Registry Book and a General Registry Book for purposes for these Regulations.

   (4) The Mining Cadastre Office shall, where an application meets the requirements of the Act and these Regulations, send its recommendations on the application to the Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be.

   (5) The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be shall seek the advice of the Mining Advisory Committee prior to the grant of a mining right or mineral processing.

6.   Functions of regional mining cadastre offices

A regional mining cadastre office shall be accountable to the Central Mining Cadastre Office and shall–

      (a)    receive and record applications for mining rights and mineral processing licences within its area;

      (b)    transfer applications for mining rights and mineral processing licences to the Central Mining Cadastre Office; and

      (c)   make recommendation to the Central Mining Cadastre Office in relation to applications for mining rights and mineral processing licences.

7.   Jurisdiction of regional mining cadastre offices

   (1) Subject to Regulation 5, where an area covered by an application extends over more than one region, the regional mining cadastre office in which most of the area that is a subject matter of the application falls, shall be responsible for the receipt and registration of the application.

   (2) Sub-regulation (1) shall not be construed as prohibiting the Central Mining Cadastre Office from receiving and recording any applications.

8.   Cadastre unit

   (1) For the purposes of the Act and these Regulations, the surface area of Zambia is divided into cadastre units in squares of six seconds by six seconds in conformity with the grid defined by geographic sexagesimal co-ordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds represented at the edge of cadastral maps.

   (2) The cadastral maps shall be based on the official topographic map of the Republic of Zambia at the scale of 1:50, 000 or 1:250,000 and based on the ellipsoid of Clarke 1880.

PART III
APPLICATION FOR A MINING RIGHT AND MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

9.   Application for mining right

   (1)A person shall apply to the Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, for the following mining rights in Form I set out in the Second Schedule.

      (a)    a prospecting licence;

      (b)    a large-scale mining licence;

      (c)    a large-scale gemstone licence;

      (d)    a prospecting permit;

      (e)    a small-scale mining licence;

      (f)    a small-scale gemstone licence;

      (g)    an artisan’s mining right.

   (2) A person shall apply to the Director for a large-scale mining licence in respect of radioactive minerals in Form II set out in the Second Schedule.

10.   Application for non-mining right

   (1) A person shall apply to the Director of Geological Survey for a mineral processing licence in Form III set out in the Second Schedule.

   (2) A person shall apply to the Director for a gemstone sales certificates in Form IV set out in the second schedule.

11.   Application for annual operating permit

A person shall apply to the Director of Mines Safety for an annual operating permit in Form V set out in the Second Schedule.

12.   Application to export, import, etc., mineral, ore or mineral product

A person intending to import or export any mineral, ore or mineral product shall apply for a permit to the Director in Form VI set out in the Second Schedule.

13.   Application to export, sell, etc., radioactive minerals

An application for consent to acquire, store, transport, sell or export radioactive minerals shall be made to the Minister in Form VII set out in the Second Schedule.

14.   Application for mineral analysis certificate

A person shall apply to the Director of Geological Survey for a mineral analysis certificate in Form VIII set out in the Second Schedule.

15.   Application for valuation for certificate

A person shall apply to the Director of Geological Survey for a valuation certificate in Form IX set out in the Second Schedule.

16.   Application to operate mineral analysis laboratory and annual geological or mining consultancy firm

   (1) A person shall apply to the Director of Geological Survey for a permit to operate a mineral analysis laboratory in Form X set out in the Second Schedule.

   (2) A person shall apply to the Director of Geological Survey or the Director of Mines Safety as the case may be, for a permit to operate an annual geological or mining consultancy firm in Form XI set out in the Second Schedule.

17.   Application by agent

An agent who makes an application on behalf of another person shall submit, with the application, Form XII set out in the Second Schedule.

18.   Assignment of identification code

The Mining Cadastre Office shall, upon receipt of an application under these regulations, assign an identification code to the application dossier.

19.   Provisional plotting

   (1) The Mining Cadastre Office shall provisionally plot an area that is the subject of an application and shall produce a provisional polygon for the area.

   (2) A provisional polygon shall be valid from the date of an application to the date of the grant or rejection of the application.

   (3) A subsequent application that relates to a part or whole of the perimeter of an area already applied for shall be considered as partially or wholly overlapping with an area which is the subject matter or an application with a right of priority under these Regulations.

20.   Request for further particulars

The Mining Cadastre Office shall, where it establishes that–

      (a)    the coordinate of the area applied for do not form a polygon;

      (b)    the required documentation is incomplete, or some of the documents that are submitted are invalid; and

      (c)    the geometry of the area applied for is contrary to the geometry rules prescribed under regulation 40;

Request the applicant to furnish further information in Form XIII set out in the Second Schedule.

21.   Acceptance of application by Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey

The Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall, where the Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey approves an application for a mining right or mineral processing licence, inform the applicant of the approval in Form XIV set out in the Second Schedule.

22.   Notice of rejection of application by Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey

The Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall, where the Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey rejects an application for a mining right or mineral processing licence, inform the applicant of the rejection in Form XV set out in the Second Schedule.

23.   Grant of mining right

   (1) A grant of a mining right or mineral processing licence shall be in the appropriate form from Form XVI to Form XXIII set out in the Third Schedule.

   (2) A grant of a certificate or permit shall be in the appropriate form from Form XXIV to XXXII set out in the Third Schedule.

   (3) The terms and conditions of the licences, certificates and permits, as the case may be, are as set out in the Fourth Schedule.

24.   Amendment of licence

An application for amendment for a mining right or a mineral processing licence shall be made in Form XXXIII set out in the Fifth Schedule.

25.   Change in particulars of holder

A holder shall inform the Mining Cadastre Office of any change in the particulars of the holder in Form XXXIV set out in the Fifth Schedule.

PART IV
RENEWAL OF MINING RIGHT AND MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

26.   Application for renewal of mining or non-mining right

   (1) An application for renewal of a mining right shall be in Form XXXV set out in the Fifth Schedule.

   (2) An application for renewal of a mining right in respect of radioactive minerals shall be in Form XXXVI set out in the Fifth Schedule.

   (3) An application for renewal of a mineral processing licence shall be in Form XXXVII set out in the Fifth Schedule.

27.   Provisional plotting for renewal

   (1) The Mining Cadastre Office shall, provisionally plot onto the cadastral maps the perimeter that relates to an application and shall, where applicable, take into consideration the proposed area to be relinquished.

   (2) An application under this part in respect of an area that has been relinquished, where applicable, whether in part or in total shall, until the decision to renew or abandon is granted, be considered as either partially or fully overlapped with the area applied for.

28.   Modification of perimeter

   (1) The Director or Director of Geological Survey shall reject an application to modify the current perimeter that covers a new adjacent area where–

      (a)    a part of the proposed area overlaps an area that is already subject to another mining right or licence or is under application;

      (b)    a minimum of 25 per centum of the original prospecting area is not part of the modified area; and

      (c)    the area falls below the minimum prescribed for safe mining operations.

   (2) The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall where the Director or Director or Geological Survey rejects an application under sub-regulations (1), inform the applicant of the rejection in Form XV set out in the Second Schedule.

   (3) A new area that is annexed to a licence shall conform with the maximum duration and the prescribed fees applicable to the original licence or mining right.

29.   Rejection of application for renewal

The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall, where the Director or Director of Geological Survey rejects an application for renewal of a mining or non-mining right, inform the applicant of the rejection in Form XV set out in the Second Schedule.

30.   Grant of renewal

   (1) The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be , shall seek the advice of the Mining Advisory Committee prior to the renewal of a mining right or non-mining right.

   (2) The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall, where the Director or Director of Geological Survey rejects an application for renewal of a mining right or mineral processing licence, endorse the rejection on the licence, certificate or permit issued in respect of the mining right or mineral processing licence.

PART V
ALTERATION OF PROSPECTING OR MINING AREA

31.   Application for alternation of mining area

   (1) A holder intending to alter the holder’s mining area shall apply to the Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, in Form XXXVIII set out in the Fifth Schedule.

   (2) Subject to this Regulation, any new mining area shall conform to the prescribed cadastral unit and the geometrical rules specified under Regulation 40.

   (3) The maximum surface area for which a licence or mining right may be granted shall not exceed the area prescribed in the Sixth Schedule.

32.   Provisional plotting for alteration

   The Mining Cadastre Office shall, pending the approval of an application for alteration of a prospecting or mining area, provisionally plot the new perimeter on the cadastral map and record the new perimeters.

33.   Grant of alteration

   (1) The Mining Cadastre Office shall, where an application for alteration of a mining area meets the requirements of the Act and these Regulations, send its recommendation on the application to the Director or the Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be .

   (2)The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall, where the Director or Director of Geological Survey grants an application for alteration of a prospecting or mining area endorse the grant on the licence, certificate or permit issued in respect of the mining right or non-mining right.

PART VI
TRANSFER OR ASSIGNMENT OF SHARE IN, OR CONTROL OF, COMPANY, MINING RIGHT OR MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

34.   Application for consent to transfer or assign

   (1) An application for consent to--

      (a)    register the transfer of a share or shares in a company which holds a mining right or mineral processing licence;

      (b)    transfer control of a company which holds a mining right or mineral processing licence; or

      (c)    transfer or assign a mining right or mineral processing licence;

   (2) An application under paragraph (c) of subregulation (1) shall be-

      (a)    made by an assignor at any time during the validity of a mining right but not less than one hundred and twenty days before the date of expiry of the mining right; and

      (b)    accompanied by an application for a mining right or mineral processing licence, as the case may be, made by the prospective assignee.

35.   Grant of consent to transfer

   (1) The Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall seek the advice of the Mining Advisory Committee prior to granting the consent to -

      (a)    register the transfer of a share or shares in a company which holds a mining right or mineral processing licence;

      (b)    transfer control of a company which holds a mining right or mineral processing licence; or

      (c)    transfer or assign a mining right or mineral processing licence.

   (2) The Minister, Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall, where an application meets the requirements of the Act and these Regulations grant consent under this Regulation in Form XIV set out in the Second Schedule.

[Part VI sub by reg 3 of SI 17 of 2013]

PART VII
ABANDONMENT OF MINING AREA

36.   Application to abandon land subject to license or permit

An application for the abandonment of all or any part of any land subject to a licence or permit shall be in Form XL set out in the Fifth Schedule.

37.   Grant of certificate of abandonment

The Director or Director of Geological Survey, as the case may be, shall grant the certificate of abandonment in Form XLI set out in the Fifth Schedule.

PART VIII
GENERAL PROVISIONS

38.   Notice of appeal

A notice of appeal shall be in Form XLII set out in the Fifth Schedule.

39.   Prescribed, fee, area, charges, etc.

   (1) The fees set out in the Sixth Schedule are applicable for the matters stipulated therein.

   (2) The maximum sizes of a mining area are as set out in the Sixth Schedule.

   (3) The minimum annual prospecting expenditures are set out in the Sixth Schedule.

[Reg 39(3) ins by reg 4 of SI 17 of 2013]

   (4) A holder of a mining right or mineral processing licence shall pay the prescribed area charges on or before the anniversary of the grant of the mining right or mineral processing licence.

[Reg 39(4) ins by reg 4 of SI 17 of 2013]

   (5) A holder of a prospecting licence, large-scale mining licence, large scale gemstone licence or mineral processing licence who defaults on payment of the prescribed area charges commits an offence and is liable, upon conviction, to a fine of fifteen thousand penalty units for each day that the ho lder of a licence referred to in this sub-regulation is in default.

[Reg 39(5) ins by reg 4 of SI 17 of 2013]

   (6) A holder of a prospecting permit, small-scale mining licence, small-scale gemstone licence or artisan's mining right who defaults on payment of the prescribed area charges commits an offence and is liable, upon conviction, to a fine of one thousand five hundred penalty units for each day that the holder of a mining right referredto in this sub-regulation isin default

[Reg 39(6) ins by reg 4 of SI 17 of 2013]

40.   Geometric rules for cadastral co-ordinates

   (1) An applicant for a mining right or mineral processing licences shall provide to the Mining Cadastre Office the geological co-ordinates of all the vertices of the polygon applied for, adjusted to fit into the pre-defined cadastral grid.

   (2) Co-ordinate values shall be exact multiples of six seconds and all perimeters shall conform to the exact division.

   (3) A polygon that forms an application for a licence or mining right shall be composed of an exact number of indivisible cadastre units which shall be contiguous.

   (4) An isolated polygon or polygon which is not joined to the other polygon by one vertex shall not be included in one licence or mining right application.

41.   Cadastral co-ordinates and beacons setting

   (1) A setting out on the ground of the cadastral co-ordinates shall be made by the use of the official parameters for the transformation between the topographical map co-ordinates and the Global Positioning System (GPS) co-ordinates.

   (2) The Mining Cadastre Office shall provide the parameters outlined under sub-regulation (1) in order to guarantee the homogeneity in the positioning of licences and mining rights.

   (3) Where there is a contradiction between the field topographical data and the cadastral co-ordinates, the cadastral co-ordinates shall take priority.

42.   Cadastral maps

   (1) The Mining Cadastre Office shall maintain an updated cadastral map.

   (2) The cadastral maps and the cadastre registries shall be open to the public for inspection.

43.   Pegging certificate

   (1) An application under these Regulations shall not be approved if to do so would overlap neighbouring licences or mining rights.

   (2) Following the grant of an application under these Regulations, a holder of a licence or mining right, subject to the direction of the Mining Cadastre Office shall, at the holder’s cost–

      (a)    obtain or update the perimeter beacons data; and

      (b)    obtain a pegging certificate.

   (3) A pegging certificate shall be in Form XLIII set out in the Fifth Schedule and shall be submitted to the Mining Cadastre Office.

44.   Area subject to conflict

From the commencement of these Regulations, an area subject to any conflict or overlap that could affect the mining cadastral activity shall be blocked off until the resolution of the conflict and no application shall be accepted over the area.

44A.   Submission of annual reports

   (1) The holder of a mining licence or mineral processing licence shall submit to the Director of Mines not later than the 28th February in each year, a report on the operations carried out in the mining area and operations ancillary thereto during the previous year.

   (2) The report referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall include–

      (a)    tonnage, type and grade of ore mined and its source;

      (b)    tonnages and grade of ore depleted from, or added to, reserves or moved from one category of ore reserve to another;

      (c)   a report on exploration work carried out within the mining area;

      (d)    the total footages of primary development, secondary development and exploratory drilling completed;

      (e)    calculations showing the ore recovery and waste dilution factors;

      (f)    the recovery percentages and efficiency of all mining and metallurgical processes and a metallurgical balance sheet showing the disposition of all metal and mineral products depleted from the ore reserves;

      (g)    a brief report on any research projects or major technical investigations carried out and results to date;

      (h)   operating cost sheet showing in detail the average cost of production expressed in cost per tone of ore mines and treated and cost per unit of finished product;

      (i)    statement of work carried out on capital projects, and expenditure thereon;

      (j)    quantities and grade of end products produced, quantities sold locally or exported and average selling prices;

      (k)    average number of employees broken into number and category of Zambian citizens and expatriates employed during the previous year;

      (l)    the holder’s compliance with the approved local business development programme; and

      (m)    a brief report on training carried out.

[Reg 44A ins by reg 2 of SI 34 of 2012.]

44B.   Programme of future operations

   (1) The holder of a mining licence or mineral processing licence shall submit to the Director of Mines not later than the lst day of November in each year, a programme of operations in respect of the mining area for the ensuring year.

   (2) The programme referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall include–

      (a)    an estimate of the tonnages and grades of ore or other material that will be mined or reclaimed and treated and their source;

      (b)    an estimate of primary and secondary development and exploratory drilling planned for the year;

      (c)    and estimate of the quantities of mineral products which will be produced, estimated average operating costs and anticipated selling prices for the year;

      (d)    details and estimated cost of any capital projects to be undertaken;

      (e)    a forecast of any changes anticipated in the mining methods, treatment process or marketing arrangements;

      (f)    a statement of any research projects or major investigations to be carried out;

      (g)    the estimated number of staff and labour requirements, stating the number of and category of Zambians and expatriates to be employed;

      (h)    a brief preview of the training programme for the year; and

      (i)    a brief preview of the local business development programme for the year.

[Reg 44B ins by reg 2 of SI 34 of 2012.]

45.   Revocation of S.I. No. 123 of 1996

The Mines and Minerals (Applications for Mining Rights) Regulations, 1996, are hereby revoked.

FIRST SCHEDULE

[Regulation 4]

REGIONAL MINING CADASTRE OFFICES

DISTRICT

ROVINCE

Kitwe

Copperbelt

Solwezi

North Western

Livingstone

Southern

Mkushi

Central

Chipata

Eastern

Mansa

Luapula

Mongu

Western

Kasama

Northern

Lusaka

Lusaka

SECOND SCHEDULE

Form I

[Regulation 9(2)]

[To be completed in triplicate]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR A LARGE SCALE MINING LICENCE IN RESPECT OF RADIOACTIVE MINERALS

APPLICATION FOR A LARGE SCALE MINING LICENCE IN RESPECT OF RADIOACTIVE MINERALS

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

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1

Period

2

Minerals

3

(a)   Names of applicant(s)

(b)   Type of applicant

Individual

Company

Co-operative

Partnership

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(a)   Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)


(b)   Nationality


(c)   identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No. - (attach copies)

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Applicant’s Address Tel:

Fax:



E-mail

6

(a) Company Registration No.

(attach copies of certificate of regulation)

(b) Company Registration No.

Signature of Applicant (individual or authorised company representative)

(b) Shareholders - (Attach copies of identity cards and companies Form 2 issued under the Companies Act, Cap. 388)

Shareholder

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(c) Directors

Directror

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(d) Compamy Chief Executive Officer

Name

Nationality

(e) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

8

Current Mining Rights or licences in Zambia, if any, by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Country and Location

Area (Km2)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(D)

(e)

f)

9

Previously held mining rights licences in Zambia, if any, by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Country and Location

Area (Km2)

(a)

(a)

(a)

(b)

(b)

(b)

(c)

(c)

(c)

(d)

(d)

(d)

(e)

(e)

(e)

(f)

(f)

(f)

10

Previously held mining rights

Mining Right or Licence

Country and Location

Area (Km2)

or licences in Zambia, if any,

(Type & licence No.)

by subsidiary companies

(a)

(a)

(a)

(b)

(b)

(b)

(c)

(c)

(c)

(d)

(d)

(d)

(e)

(e)

(e)

(f)

(f)

(f)

11

Currently held mining rights

Mining Right or Licence

Country and Location

Area (Km2)

or licences in other countries

(Type & licence No.)

by applicant

(a)

(a)

(a)

(b)

(b)

(b)

(c)

(C)

(c)

(d)

(d)

(d)

(e)

(e)

(e)

(f)

(f)

(f)

12

(a) Have you been convicted of an offence involving fraud or dishonesty or of an offence under the Mines and

Minerals Development Act No. 7 of 2008, or any other law within or outside Zanbia?

If Yes, specify details

Nature of offence:

Date of Conviction:

Sentence:

(b) Have you been declared bankrupt, or if a company, have you been in liquidation?

If yes, specify details

13

Have you ever applied for a mining right or licence in Zambia? If yes, please give

details?

Mining right or licence applied for

Location

Area Km2

Date of application

Status of application • Grant

Rejection

Pending

14

Area applied for (all coordinates in exact multiples of 6 seconds, latitude/longtude format, Degree-Minute-Second format, Arc 1950

Province

District

(a) Location

Locality

(b) Size (in Sq. Km.)

*Prospecting licence area-not

exceeding 1000km2

*Large-scale mining licence area-

not exceeding 250km2

*Large-scale Gemstone licence

area-not exceeding 250km2

*Small-scale mining licence area-

not exceeding 4km2

*Small-scale Gemstone licence area-not exceeding 4km2 *Prospecting permit area-not exceeding 10km2 *Artisan’s mining right area-not exceeding 0.0668km2

(c) Coordinates (Use additional sheet to indicate coordinates if required)

Latitude (S)

Longtitude(E)





Corner

Corner

Corner

Corner

D

D

M

M

S

S

D

D

M

M

S

S

1

2

3

4

Corner


Corner


Corner

Corner


Corner

Comer

Comer

Comer

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

15

Appendices

(a) Propsecting Licence

AppendixNo. 1

Environmental Commitment Plan (should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 2

Proposed programme of prospecting operations (should include an indication of the investment commitment)

Appendix No. 3

Proposals for employment and training of citizens of Zambia

Appendix No. 4

Proposals for promotion of local business development.

Appendix No. 5

Tax clearance certificate issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 6

Any further information which the Director of Geological Survey may require

(b) Large-Scale Mining Licence

Appendix No. 1

A comprehensive statement of the mineral deposits in the area over which the l,icence is sought (should include details of all known minerals proved, estimated or inferred, ore resources and mining conditions)

Appendix No. 2

Proposed programme for (*propspecting) and mining operations (should include a forecast of capital investment, the estamated

receover rate of ore and mineral products, and the proposed treatment and disposal of ore and minerals recovered)

Appendix No. 3

Environmental Management Plan (Should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimizing adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 4

Details of expected infrastructure requirements

Appendix No. 5

Proposals for employment and training of citizens of Zambia

Appendix No. 6

Proposals for promotion of local business development

Appendix No. 7

Tax clearance certificate (issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 8

Plan of proposed mining area

Appendix No. 9

Any further information which the Director may require

(c) Large-Scale Gemstone Licence

Appendix No. 1

A comprehensive statement of the mineral deposits or probable depositsa in the area over which the licence is sought (should include details of all known minerals proved, estimated or inferred, ore resources and mining conditions)

Appendix No. 2

Proposed programme for propsecting and mining operations (should include a forecast of capital investment, the estimated recovery rate of ore and mineral products, and the proposed treatment and disposal of ore and minerals recovered)

Appendix No. 3

Environmental Management Plan (Should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 4

Details of expected infrastructure requirements

Appendix No. 5

Proposals for employment and training of citizens of Zambia

Appendix No. 6

Proposals for promotion of local business development

Appendix No. 7

Tax clearance certificate (issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 8

Plan of proposed mining area

Appendix No. 9

Plan for cutting, polishing and faceting of gemstones in Zambia

Appendix No. 10

Any further information which the Direftor may require

(d) Prospecting Permit

Appendix No. 1

Environmental Management Plan (Should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 2

Statement of the sum the applicant intends to expend on propspecting operations

Appendix No. 3

Proposed programme of propspecting operations

Appendix No. 4

Tax clearance certificate (issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

(e) Small-Scale Mining Licence

Appendix No. 1

Copy of relevant propsecting permit and prospecting report

Appendix No. 2

Proposed programme of mining operations (should include forecast of capital investment, the estimated reovery rate of ore and mineral products, and the proposed treatment and disposal of ore and minerals receovered)

Appendix No. 3

Description of the mineral deposit in area over which the licence is sought

Appendix No. 4

Statement of duration for which licence is sought (should not exceed ten years

Appendix No. 5

Tax clearance certificate (issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 6

Environmental Management Plan (Should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 7

Any further information which the Director may require

(f) Small-Scle Gemstone Licence

Appendix No. 1

Proposed programme of prospecting and mining operations (should include forecast of investment and estimnated recovery rate of ore and gemstones)

Appendix No. 2

Statement of gemstone deposits in area over which licence is sought

Appendix No. 3

Tax clearance certificate (issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 4

Environmental Commitment Plan

Appendix No. 5

Any further information which the Director may require

(g) Artisan’s Mining Right

Appendix No. 1

Environmental Management Plan (Should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 2

Programme of intended mining operations (Should include proposals for the proper conservation and use of mineral resources in mining area, in the national interest)

Application fee

Applicant Date

…………………………………………….. ………………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

Form II

[Regulation 9(2)]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR A LARGE SCALE MINING LICENCE IN RESPECT OF RADIOACTIVE MINERALS

APPLICATION FOR A LARGE SCALE MINING LICENCE IN RESPECT OF RADIOACTIVE MINERALS

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

Period

2

Minerals

3

(a) Names of applicant(s)

(b)Type of applicant

Individual

Company

Co-operative

Partnership

4

(a)Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)

(b) Nationality

(c)   identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No. - (attach copies)

5

Applicant’s Address

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail

6

(a) Company Registration No. (attach copies of certificate of regulation)

(b) Company Registration No.

Signature of Applicant (individual or authorised company representative)

c) Shareholders - (Attach copies of companies Form 2 issued under the Companies Act, Cap. 388)(

Shareholder

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No. attach copies

(d) Directors

Directror

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(e) Compamy Chief Executive Officer

Name

Nationality

(f) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

7

Current Mining Rights or licences in Zambia, if any, by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Country and Location

Area (Km2)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

8

Previously held mining rights licences in Zambia, if any, by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Location

Area (Km2)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

a)

(b)

(c)

(d)   

(e)

(f)

9

Currently held mining rights or licences in Zambia, if any, by subsidiary companies

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Area (Km2)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)   

(e)

(f)

10

Currently held mining rights or licences in other countries by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Location

Area (Km2)

a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

11

(a)   Have you been convicted of an offence involving fraud or dishonesty or of an offence under the Mines and Minerals Development Act No. 7 of 2008, or any other law within or outside Zanbia?
If Yes, specify details......................................................................................................................................
Nature of offence:............................................................................................................................................
Date of Conviction:...........................................................................................................................................
Sentence:..........................................................................................................................................................
(b).......................................................................................................................................................................
Have you been declared bankrupt, or if a company, have you been in liquidation?
If yes, specify details......................................................................................................................................

12

Have you ever applied for a mining right or licence in Zambia? If yes, please give details?

Mining right or licence applied for

Location

Area Km2

Date of application

Status of application

• Grant

• Rejection

• Pending

13

Area applied for (all coordinates in exact multiples of 6 seconds, latitude/longtude format, Degree-Minute-Second format, Arc 1950

(a) Location

Province

District

Locality

(b) Size (in Sq. Km.) *Large-scale mining licence area- not exceeding 250km2

(c) Coordinates

Latitude (S)

Longtitude(E)

D

D

M

M

S

S

D

D

M

M

S

S

Corner

1

Corner

2

Corner

3

Corner

4

Corner

5

Corner

6

Corner

7

Corner

8

Corner

9

Corner

10

Corner

11

Corner

12

14

Appendices

Appendix No. 1

A comprehensive statement of the mineral deposits in the area over which the licence is sought (should include details of all known minerals proved, estimated or inferred, ore resources and mining conditions)

Appendix No. 2

Proposed programme for (*propsecting) amd mining operations (should include a forecast of capital investment, the estimated recovery rate of ore and mineral products, and the proposed treatment and disposal of ore and minerals recovered)

Appendix No. 3

Environmental Commitment Plan (should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or minimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 4

Details of expected infrastructure requirements

Appendix No. 5

Proposals for employment and training of citizens of Zambia

Appendix No. 6

Proposals for promotion of local business development.

Appendix No. 7

Tax clearance certificate issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 8

Plan of proposed mining area

Appendix No. 9

Plan and description of mine, processing facilities and proposed disposal sites

Appendix No. 10

Copy of licence issued under the Ionizing Radiation Protection Act No. 15 of 2005

Appendix No. 11

Programme to educate persons in the vicinity of the mine or plant on safety, health and the environment in relation to radiation

Appendix No. 12

Programme to assist authorities outside the mining area in planning and preparing to limit adverse effects of radiation

Appendix No. 13

Proposed pgramme for selecting, using and maintenance of personal protective equipment

Appendix No. 14

Proposed training programme for workers in relation to radiation safety

Appendix No. 15

Proposed ventilation and dust control methods and associated equipment

Appendix No. 16

Proposed security measure during mining, processing storage, transportation (including measures to alert the holder of acts of sabotage

Appendix No. 17

Storage, transportation and marketing arrangements in conformity with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)

Appendix No. 18

Any further information which the Director may require

Application fee

…………………………………………….. ……………………………………………..

Applicant Date

…………………………………………….. ……………………………………………..

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

Form III

[Regulation 10 (1)]

(To be completed in triplicate)

.

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR A MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

APPLICATION FOR A MINERAL PROCESSING LICENCE

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

Period

2

Minerals

3

(a)   Names of applicant(s)
(b)   Type of applicant

Individual

Company

Co-operative

Partnership

4
5

(a) Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)
(b) Nationality
(c) Identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No.
Applicant’s Address

6

Tel:
Fax:
E-mail
(a) Company Registration No.

Signature of Applicant (individual or authorised company representative)

(b) Shareholders

Shareholder

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(c) Directors

Directror

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(d) Compamy Chief Executive Officer

Name

Nationality

(e) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

7

Current Mining Rights or licences in Zambia, if any, by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

Location

Area (Km2)

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

8

Previously held mining rights licences in Zambia, if any, by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Location
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Area (Km2)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

9

Currently held mining rights or licences in Zambia, if any, by subsidiary companies

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Location
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Area (Km2)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

10

Currently held mining rights or licences in other countries by applicant

Mining Right or Licence (Type & licence No.)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Location
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

Area (Km2)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)

11

(a) Have you been convicted of an offence involving fraud or dishonesty or of an offence under the Mines and Minerals Act (Cap. 213), the Mines and Minerals Development Act, No. 7 of 2008 or any other law within or outside Zanbia?
If yes, specify details
Nature of offence:
Date of Commission:
Sentence:

12

Have you ever applied for a mining right or licence in Zambia? If yes, please give details

Mining right or licence applied for

Location

Area Km2

Date of application

13 Area applied for (all coordinates in exact multiples of 6 seconds, latitude/longtude format, Degree-Minute-Second format, Arc 1950

(a) Location (c) Coordinates

Province

District

Locality

Latitude (S) Longtitude(E)

Corner

1

D

D

M

M

S

S

D

D

M

M

S

Corner

2

Corner

3

Corner

4

Corner

5

Corner

6

Corner

7

Corner

8

Corner

9

Corner

10

Corner

12

Corner

13

15

Appendices

Appendix No. 1 Description and plan of surrounding developments

Proposed programme for mineral processing operations (should include a forecast of capital investment, proposed Appendix No. 2 plant capacity, the estimated recovery rate of mineral products, and the proposed treatment methods and disposal of ore and minerals recovered)

Environmental Management Plan (should include proposals for prevention of pollution, treatment of waste, protection and Appendix No. 3 reclamation of land and water resources and for eliminating or mi nimising adverse effects on the environment)

Appendix No. 4 Details of expected infrastructure requirements

Appendix No. 5 Proposals for employment and training of citizens of Zambia

Appendix No. 6 Tax clearance certificate issued under Income Tax Act (Cap. 323)

Appendix No. 7 Any further information which the Director of Geological Survey may require

Appendix No. 8 Documentation on title to land or written consent of legal occupier of land

Application fee

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Applicant Date

…………………………………………….. ………………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

Form IV

[Regulation 10 (2)]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR GEMSTONE SALES CERTIFICATE

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

(a) Name(s) of applicant (s)

(b) Maiden name

(c) Type of applicant

Individual

Partnership

2

(a) Date of Birth
(dd/mm/yyyy)
(b) Nationality
(c) identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No. – (attach copies)

3

Applicant’s Address

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail

4

Residential address

5

Type of Gemstones

6

Particulars of Finance

(a) Name and address of bankers

(b) Telephone No.

(c) Fax No.

(d) E-mail

7

(Financial reference (Other than own bankers)
(a)
(b)

8 Appendices

Appendix No. 1

Copy of National Registration Card or Passport

Appendix No. 2

Bank account statement or letter from bank

Appendix No. 3

Copies of trading (Gemstone buying and sales) returns, where applicable

Appendix No. 4

Details of other assets

Application Fee

I,…………………………………………….do hereby declare that the information given above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.*

Signature…………………………………

Date………………………………….

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Applicant Date

…………………………………………….. ………………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

*Note: Any declaration in this application which is to the knowledge of the maker, false or untrue, shall render this application void ab initio.

Form V

[Regulation 11]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR AN ANNUAL OPERATING PERMIT

Shaded fields for only- official use

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided..

1

Mining Right or Licence No.

2

(a) Narne(s) of appllcant(s)
(b) Type of applicant

3

(a) Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)

Individual

Company

Co-operative

Partnership

(b)Nationality

(c) Identity card. National

Registration Card No. or Passport No.) (attach copies)

4

Applicant's Address

5

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail:

(a) Company Registration No. (attach copies of certificate of registration issued under the Companies Act, Cap. 388)

(b) Shareholders (attach copies of identity cards)

Shareholder

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/ Passport No.

(c) Directors

Director

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(d) Company Chief Executive Officer

Name

Nationality

(e) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

6

Appendices

Appendix No. 1

Safety, health and environmental report, (includes status of environmental management plan over last one year)

Appendix No. 2

Curricula Vitae of appointed competent persons (safety, health, environment and quality)

Appendix No. 3

Details of lost time accidents and fatalities over last one year

Appendix No. 4

Pollution incident and measures taken reports

Appendix No. 5

Employment levels (holders and contractors)

Appendix No. 6

Mining methods, mineral processing methods and any changes thereto over the last one year, equipment in operation and equipment procured in last one year

Appendix No. 7

Status report on training Schools (mining, processing plants, mechanical equipment operations and first aid)

Application fee:

Declaration

I,……………………………………………. hereby declare that the holder shall comply with the provision of the Mines and Minerals Development Act, No. 7 of 2008, the Explosives Act, Cap. 115 the Workers’ Compensation Act No.10 of 1999, and other relevant laws of ’’Zambia’.

Signature………………………………… Date………………………………….

(Holder/Agent)

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

Form VI

[Regulation 12]

(To be completed in Duplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR MINING RIGHT

Please complete in black letters

Shaded fields for Official use only

Reference No.

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

Type of Minerals or Mineral products To be *Exported/Imported

2.

Period

3

Minerals

4.

(a) Name(s) of applicant(s)

(b)Name(s) of applicant(s)

Individual

Company

Co-operative

Partership

5.

(a)Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyy)
(b)Nationality
(c)Identity card (National Registration Card
No. or Passport No.)

5.

Applicant’s Residential and Postal address

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail:

(a)Company Registration No.

(Attach copy of registration Certificate)

Signature of Applicant (individual or authorised company representative)

*Delete whichever is not applicable

(b)Shareholders-(Attach copies of Identity cards

Shareholder

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(c) Directors

Director

Shares held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(d) Company Chief Executive Officer

Name

Nationality

(c) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

7.

(a) Destination of *export/import

(b) Name and address of
receipient

8.

Quantity and value of mineral
Commodity to be Exported/imported

9.

Appendices

(a) Export Permit

Appendix No. 1

Mineral analysis certificate issued by the Director Of Geological Survey

Appendix No. 2

Verification report on mineral royalty payment from the Commissioner-General

Appendix No. 3

Security clearance by the Zambia Police Service

Appendix No. 4

Copies of certified production returns made by the holder

Appendix No. 5

Mining right or mineral processing licence or Gemstone sales certificate

(b) Import Permit

Appendix No. 1

Supply contract documents

Appendix No. 2

Mineral analysis report

Appendix No. 3

Company registration detail

Appendix No. 4

Proof of purchase and clearance from country of export (should include copies of receipts and export documentation)

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[Second sch Form VI subs by reg 3 of SI 34 of 2012.]

Form VII

[Regulation 13]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR CONSENT TO ACQUIRE/STORE/TRANSPORT/SELL/EXPORT RADIOACTIVE MINERALS

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

Type of Mineral or Mineral products.

2

Period

3

(a) Name(s) of applicant(s)
(b) Type of applicant

individual

Company

Cooperative

Partnership

4

(a) Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)
(b) Nationality
(c) identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No.)
(d) Source
(e) Transportation method
(f) Export recipient and full address
(g) Export quantity
(h) Export value
(i) Radiation Protection Officer (attach appointment documentation)

5.

Applicant’s Address

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail

6

(a) Destination of mineral commodity
(b) Name and address of recipient/buyer
(c) Quantity and value of mineral commodity

7

(a) Company Name

(b) Company Address
(c) Company Registration No. (attach copies of registration certificate issued under the Companies Act, Cap. 388)

(d) Shareholders (Attach copies of identity cards).

Shareholder

Share held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(e) Directors

Director

Share held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(e) Company Chief Executive officer

Name

Nationality

(f) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

8

Appendices

Appendix No. 1

Copy of licence from Radiation Protection Authority (acquisition, storage, transportation or export)

Appendix No. 2

Security measures (endorsed by inspector general of police and office of the President).

Appendix No. 3

Company registration details.

Appendix No. 4

Mineral analysis certificate granted by Director of Geological Survey.

Application fee

I declare that the recipient of this export consignment shall not, under any circumstances, return any arising nuclear fuel waste to Zambia.

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Applicant Date

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

Form VIII

[Regulation 14]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR MINERAL ANALYSIS CERTIFICATE

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

(a) Name(s) of applicant(s)

(b) Type of applicant

individual

Company

Cooperative

Partnership

2

(a) Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)
(b) Nationality
(c) identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No.)

3

Applicant’s Address

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail

4

Company Registration No.

5

Minerals or mineral products
to be analysed

6

Analysis requested

Application Fee

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Applicant Date

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

Form IX

[Regulation 15]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION FOR A VALUATION CERTIFICATE

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

(a) Name(s) of applicant(s)

(b) Type of applicant

individual

Company

Cooperative

Partnership

2

(a) Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)
(b) Nationality
(c) identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No.)

3

Applicant’s Address

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail

4

Company Registration No.

5

Minerals or Mineral products to be valued.

6

Source of minerals

(a) Shareholders

Shareholder

Share held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(b) Directors

Director

Share held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

(c) Company Chief Executive officer

Name

Nationality

(d) Company Secretary

Name

Nationality

Application fee

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Applicant Date

…………………………………………… ……………………………………

Officer Date

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Received by:…………………………………………………….. STAMP

Officer

Amount Received………………………………………………..

Serial No. of application………………………………………….

Form X

[Regulation 16 (1)]

(To be completed in triplicate)

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

MINES AND MINERALS DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008

The Mines and Minerals Development (General) Regulations, 2008

APPLICATION TO OPERATE A MINERAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY

Shaded fields for official use only

Licence code

Date and Time

Information Required

Information Provided

1

Name and location of laboratory

2

(a) Name(s) of applicant

(b) Type of applicant

individual

Company

Cooperative

Partnership

3

(a) Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy)
(b) Nationality
(c) identity card (National Registration Card) No. or Passport No.)

4

Applicant’s Address
Tel:
Fax:
E-mail

5

(a)Company Registration No.
(Attach copy of certificate of registration issued under the Companies Act, Cap. 388)

(b) Shareholders

Shareholder

Share held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.
Attach copies

(c) Directors

Director

Share held

Nationality

NRC/Passport No.

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