CHAPTER 225 - FOOD RESERVE ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Grain Marketing (Acceptance Standards) Regulations

Grain Marketing (Controlled Products Declaration) Order

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) (Standard of Conduct) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designation Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration Fees) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designation of Commodities) Regulations

Food Reserve (Transfar of Property) Order

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration Fees) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designation of Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration Fees) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designation of Commodities) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities Regulations)

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities ) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration Fees) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration Fees) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration Fees) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) Regulations

Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) Regulations

GRAIN MARKETING (ACCEPTANCE STANDARDS) REGULATIONS

[SECTION 15 OF THE INTERPRETATION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS ACT]

[Currency mentioned in this regulation should be re-denominated as stipulated under S 4 of Re-denomination Act, 2012, read with S 29 of Bank of Zambia Act, 1996.]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Defective grain

   4.   Extraneous matter

   5.   Standards of classification

   6.   Standards of quality and moisture

   7.   Grading and disputes on classification

   8.   Standards of packing

      FIRST SCHEDULE

      SECOND SCHEDULE

SI 296 of 1969,

SI 329 of 1969.

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Grain Marketing (Acceptance Standards) Regulations.

2.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—

“broken shells”, in relation to unshelled groundnuts, means the shells or cortices of unshelled groundnuts which are broken or cracked in such a way as to admit air to the kernels;

“bushel weight” means weight per Imperial bushel;

“chipped grain”, in relation to maize, means maize which has been cracked or chipped beyond the pericarp and horny endosperm or in the embryo area and will not pass through a No. 5 sieve;

“cotton lint” means the white fluff consisting of a mass of unicellular hairs which grow attached to the cotton seed;

“cotton seed” means the new generation in the life of the cotton plant;

“damaged grain” means—

      (a)   in relation to maize or shelled groundnuts, grain and pieces of grain which will pass, with thorough shaking, through a No. 5 sieve;

      (b)   in relation to Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, soya beans, sunflower seed, and sunnhemp, grain which is heat damaged, sprouted, frosted, badly weather damaged, mouldy, diseased, or materially damaged by insects, birds, rodents or any other agency;

      (c)   in relation to sorghum, grain and pieces of grain which will not readily pass through a No. 4 sieve or a No. 3 sieve, and which are not whole threshed sorghum with a complete pericarp:

“defective grain” has the meaning assigned thereto in regulation 3;

“dirty grain” means grain which is discoloured by soil or any other foreign agent, but does not include grain which is discoloured due to heating caused by fermentation, moulds, weathering or disease;

“discoloured grain” means grain which is discoloured due to heating caused by fermentation, moulds, weathering or disease, but does not include other coloured varieties of the same grain;

“diseased grain” means grain which is obviously rotted by the species diplodia;

“diseased kernels” means groundnut kernels which are affected by a fungus or mould;

“extraneous matter” has the meaning assigned thereto in regulation 4;

“Federation” means the Zambia Cooperative Federation Limited;

“germinated grain” means sprouted grain or grain in which the process of germination is visible within the embryo;

“grain” means maize, shelled groundnuts or unshelled groundnuts, Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, sorghum, soya beans, sunflower seed and sunnhemp;

“immature grain” means grain which has indications of lack of maturity or full development;

“immature lint” means the undeveloped condition of the lint which is found during the first four days after the opening of the cotton bolls;

“insect-damaged grain” means grain which has been attacked and damaged by any insect or animal pest;

“new sack” means a grain sack which is new, clean, strong, sound and of not less than two and a half pounds in weight, without holes or tears and not stained, patched or otherwise repaired;

“No. 1 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with round holes 3/64 of an inch in diameter;

“No. 2 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with round holes 4/64 of an inch in diameter;

“No. 3 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with round holes 6/64 of an inch in diameter;

“No. 4 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with round holes 12/64 of an inch in diameter;

“No. 5 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with round holes 16/64 of an inch in diameter;

“No. 6 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with slotted holes 3/4 of an inch by 17/64 of an inch in size;

“No. 7 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with slotted holes 3/4 of an inch by 19/64 of an inch in size;

“No. 8 sieve” means a grading sieve, the baseplate of which is perforated with slotted holes 3/4 of an inch by 21/64 of an inch in size;

“other coloured grain”—

      (a)   in relation to maize, means coloured or partly coloured maize present in white maize, or maize of any colour other than yellow present in yellow maize;

      (b)   in relation to mixed beans, beans of varying colour shall not be regarded as other coloured grain;

      (c)   in relation to “S” grade sorghum, grain of varying colour shall not be regarded as other coloured, provided that it is of a variety included in the list of varieties acceptable as “S” grade;

“other grain” means grain of another controlled product, except that in the case of mixed beans, beans of another variety or type shall not be regarded as other grain;

“other varieties”, in relation to sorghum, means sorghum of the variety or type other than those varieties listed as acceptable as “S” grade;

“seed cotton” means the white fluffy material produced by the cotton plant and consisting of the cotton seed and the cotton lint;

“shelled groundnuts” means the kernels or seeds of groundnuts;

“shrivelled grain” means grain which is shrivelled over its entire surface and not over the embryo area only;

“smutty grain” means grain which has an unmistakable odour of smut or which contains balls, portions of balls or spores of smut;

“split grain” means, in the case of—

      (a)   shelled groundnuts-

      (i)   of which the testae are visibly loose or cracked and break off readily; and

      (ii)   which have lost their testae over more than half their surface; and

      (iii)   separate cotyledons of shelled groundnuts and parts of such cotyledons which will not pass through a No. 5 sieve;

      (b)   Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, soya beans, sunflower seed and sunnhemp, grain which is split, but which is otherwise not damaged, dirty or immature;

“stained grain” means grain which is discoloured by soil or any other foreign agent, but does not include grain which is discoloured due to heating caused by fermentation, moulds, weathering or disease;

“stained lint” means the discoloration of the cotton lint through the action of pathogens or insects resulting in the weakening of the cotton lint;

“standard bag” means—

      (a)   in relation to maize or maize meal, Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, sorghum, soya beans and sunnhemp, a quantity of 90 kg, net weight;

      (b)   in relation to shelled groundnuts, a quantity of 180 lb. net weight;

      (c)   in relation to unshelled groundnuts, a quantity of 65 lb. net weight;

      (d)   in relation to sunflower seed, a quantity of 150 lb. net weight; “trash” means-

      (a)   in relation to maize, any vegetable matter, other than maize, which will not pass through a No. 5 sieve;

      (b)   in relation to seed cotton, all foreign matter of vegetable origin that can be found in seed cotton;

“undeveloped grain” means grain which is thin and papery in appearance, but not tip and butt grain which is small and unwrinkled;

“unshelled groundnuts” means groundnuts from which the shells or cortices have not been removed;

“unthreshed grain” means grain to which stalks, or other parts of the parent body are adhering, but does not include, in relation to unshelled groundnuts, shells or cortices forming an integral part of the grain;

“used sack” means a grain sack which is clean, strong, sound and of not less than two and a 1.3 kg weight, without holes or tears and not thin with wear, stained, patched or otherwise repaired;

“white maize” means maize of which the endosperm is white in colour and the pericarp of the grain is uniformly white or cream in colour, and does not include maize of which the endosperm is white and the seed coat or grain tip is any colour other than white or cream;

“woolpack” means a sack which is either new or used, clean, strong, sound and of not less than ten pounds in weight;

“yellow maize” means maize of which the endosperm is yellow in colour and the pericarp is generally yellow in colour.

3.   Defective grain

   (1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, for the purposes of these Regulations, any grain which falls within one or other of the following categories shall be defective grain–

      (a)   damaged grain;

      (b)   discoloured grain;

      (c)   diseased grain;

      (d)   germinated grain;

      (e)   other coloured grain;

      (f)   shrivelled grain;

      (g)   smutty grain;

      (h)   stained grain;

      (i)   undeveloped grain;

      (j)   unthreshed grain.

   (2) In the case of unshelled groundnuts, shelled groundnuts shall not be regarded as defective grain.

4.   Extraneous matter

   (1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, for the purposes of these Regulations, extraneous matter shall, in relation to any grain, be any matter other than the grain itself, including other grain, grain flour, plant debris, weed seeds and dust.

   (2) In the case of unshelled groundnuts, extraneous matter shall include pieces of shell, in addition to any matter of the nature described in sub-regulation (1).

   (3) In the case of seed cotton, extraneous matter shall be any matter other than the seed cotton itself, including other grain, grain flour, plant debris, trash, weed seeds and dust.

5.   Standards of classification

All controlled products accepted by the Agency shall be classified as follows–

      (a)   maize shall be classified as Class A, Class B, Class C or Class D in accordance with the standards of classification prescribed in Part I of the First Schedule;

      (b)   shelled groundnuts shall be classified as Class A or Class B in accordance with the standards of classification prescribed in Part II of the First Schedule;

      (c)   unshelled groundnuts shall be classified as Class A or Class B in accordance with the standards of classification prescribed in Part III of the First Schedule;

      (d)   seed cotton shall be classified as Class A, Class B or Class C in accordance with the standards of classification prescribed in Part IV of the First Schedule:

Provided that where seed cotton of more than one class is packed in one container, the contents of such container shall be classified according to the lowest quality of seed cotton therein;

      (e)   Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, soya beans, sunflower seed and sunnhemp shall be classified as Class A in accordance with the standards of classification prescribed in Part V of the First Schedule;

      (f)   sorghum shall be classified as Class S, Class A or Class B in accordance with the standards of classification prescribed in Part VI of the First Schedule.

6.   Standards of quality and moisture

   (1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, the standards of quality and moisture content of controlled products which may be accepted by the agency shall be–

      (a)   in respect of maize, the standard of quality and moisture content prescribed for maize classified as Class C;

      (b)   in respect of shelled groundnuts, the standard of quality and moisture content prescribed for shelled groundnuts classified as Class B;

      (c)   in respect of unshelled groundnuts, the standard of quality and moisture content prescribed for unshelled groundnuts classified as Class B;

      (d)   in respect of seed cotton, the standard of quality and moisture content prescribed for seed cotton classified as Class C;

      (e)   in respect of sorghum, the standard of quality and moisture content prescribed for sorghum as Class B;

      (f)   in respect of Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, soya beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, sunflower seed and sunnhemp seed, the standard of quality and moisture content prescribed for these products as Class A.

   (2) In addition to the standards of quality referred to in subregulation (1), the following further standards of quality for controlled products which may be accepted by the Agency are hereby prescribed–

      (a)   in the case of any controlled product, that–

      (i)   it does not contain any extraneous, poisonous or deleterious matter rendering it unfit for human or animal consumption;

      (ii)   it is not obviously rotted by the species diplodia in excess of 2 per centum;

      (iii)   it is not affected by fusarium or other fungal disease;

      (b)   in the case of shelled groundnuts or unshelled groundnuts, that it does not contain stones and that the kernels are not affected by a fungus or mould;

      (c)   in the case of seed cotton, that it does not contain extraneous matter capable of causing damage to ginning and allied machinery or constituting a fire hazard during the process of grinning or is in any other respect unsuitable for ginning; in which case, it shall not be accepted by the Agency and shall be returned to the producer thereof at his own expense.

7.   Grading and disputes on classification

   (1) For the purposes of—

      (a)   determining whether any controlled product surrendered to the Agency complies with the standards prescribed by these Regulations; and

      (b)   classifying controlled products accepted by the Federation in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations;

every such controlled product shall be graded in the manner prescribed in the Second Schedule by persons appointed by the Agency. Seed cotton shall be classified in the manner prescribed in Part IV of the First Schedule.

   (2) If, after grading in terms of sub-regulation (1), a controlled product is accepted by the Federation, the classification there of shall be signified on the receipt issued therefor by the Agency to the person who surrendered the controlled product.

   (3) Any person wishing to dispute the classification of a controlled product surrendered by him to and accepted by the Board shall—

      (a)   give notice in writing to the Federation at the receiving depot to which such product was delivered of his intention to do so in accordance with the following provisions;

      (i)   in the case of any such product which was delivered to the Agency by rail, the notice shall be given so as to be delivered at such receiving depot not later than the close of business on the seventh day after the day on which the receipt for such product was issued by the Agency, or, in case such seventh day is not a working day, then not later than the close of business on the next ensuing working day thereafter;

      (ii)   in the case of any such product which was delivered to the Agency in any manner other than by rail, the notice shall be given so as to be delivered at such receiving depot not later than the close of business on the first working day following the delivery of such product; and

      (b)   within ten days after he has given notice as aforesaid, deposit with the Agency a sum calculated at the rate of two kwacha for each 100 standard bags or one wool-pack of such product or part thereof in respect of which notice as aforesaid has been given, subject to a maximum of ten kwacha.

   (4) On receipt of a notice given in terms of sub-regulation (3), the Agency shall cause the controlled product of which the classification is disputed to be regraded in the manner prescribed in the First Schedule in respect of seed cotton and the Second Schedule in respect of other controlled products by a person appointed by the Minister for the purpose.

   (5) Where, after regrading in terms of sub-regulation (4)—

      (a)   the original classification of the controlled product is confirmed, the sum deposited in terms of sub-regulation (3) shall be forfeited to the Agency;

      (b)   the original classification of the controlled product is not confirmed-

      (i)   if a classification inferior to the original classification is determined, the sum deposited in terms of sub-regulation (3) shall be forfeited to the Agency;

      (ii)   if a classification superior to the original classification is determined, the sum deposited in terms of sub-regulation (3) shall be returned to the person who made such deposit.

8.   Standards of packing

   (1) The standards of packing of controlled products which may be accepted by the Agency shall be as prescribed in this regulation.

   (2) Controlled products shall be packed in sacks or woolpacks, being either new sacks or woolpacks or used sacks or woolpacks:

Provided that the Agency may, at its discretion, accept maize which is not packed in sacks, at such time, at such place and in such quantities as the Agency directs.

   (3) Sacks or woolpacks containing any controlled products shall be properly sewn at the mouth without lugs in one or other of the following manners, that is to say:

      (a)   hand-sewn with double jute twine of good quality, the stitches being through the hem at a distance apart of not more than one inch; or

      (b)   machine-sewn with cotton thread not inferior to 14 count thread of three cables each consisting of three strands, the stitches being approximately four to the inch and between one inch and two and a half inches from the mouth of the sack.

   (4) Without derogation from the rights conferred on the Agency by subsection (5) of section 22 of the Act, if the federation declines to accept any controlled product surrendered to it by reason that the standard of packing does not comply with the provisions of this regulation, it may, at the expense of the person surrendering it, arrange for the sack or woolpack in which the controlled product is contained to be re-sewn or for the controlled product to be packed in another sack or woolpack and for that other sack or woolpack to be properly sewn.

FIRST SCHEDULE

[Regulation 5]

STANDARDS OF CLASSIFICATION, QUALITY AND MOISTURE CONTENT

PART I
MAIZE

Colour of Grain

Class A White or Yellow unmixed

Class B White or Yellow unmixed

Class C White or Yellow

Class D White or Yellow

Maximum percentage moisture

12.5

12.5

12.5

12.5

Maximum percentage extraneous matter

0.5

0.75

1.0

1.0

Maximum percentage trash

0.05

0.05

0.125

0.125

Maximum percentage extraneous matter and trash aggregate

0.5

0.75

1.0

1.0

Maximum percentage chipped grain

8.0

-

-

-

Maximum percentage insect-damagedgrain

3.0

5.0

25

25

Maximum percentage defective grain

5.0

10.0

20

40

Maximum percentage other coloured grain included with defective grain

2.0

4.0

10

10

Maximum percentage diseased grain included with defective grain

2.0

2.0

2.0

Minimum bushel weight (white maize only) in lb. at 12.5 per cent moisture content

54

52

50

50

Condition

Fresh and plump

Fresh and plump

Fit for human consumption

Marketable

[Am by SI 329 of 1969.]

PART II
SHELLED GROUNDNUTS

Class A

Class B

Maximum percentage moisture

6.5

6.5

Maximum percentage extraneous matter

1.5

1.5

Maximum percentage unshelled nuts

8

8

Maximum percentage split grain

20

25

Maximum percentage insect-damaged grain

10

20

Maximum percentage defective grain

25

30

No diseased kernels permitted

Condition

Fresh

Fit for human consumption

PART III
UNSHELLED GROUNDNUTS

Class A

Class B

Maximum percentage moisture

6.5

6.5

Maximum percentage extraneous matter

1.5

1.5

Maximum percentage with broken shells

20

Maximum percentage shelled groundnuts

3

Minimum percentage kernels

66

66

Maximum percentage split grain

20

-

Maximum percentage insect-damaged grain   

10

20

Maximum percentage defective grain

25

30

No diseased kernels permitted

-

-

Condition

Fresh

Fit for human consumption

PART IV
SEED COTTON

Class A: Clean white mature seed cotton. Occasional small flecks of staining and small amounts of cotton leaf trash and extraneous matter are tolerated. No other impurities are permitted. Immature or weak lint, even though clean and white, is not permissible.

Class B: Seed cotton containing obvious but not substantial amounts of weak, stained or discoloured cotton and leaf trash and extraneous matter. No obvious stick or other plant parts are permissible.

Class C: Seed cotton which contains substantial but not excessive amounts of stained or discoloured cotton, leaf trash and extraneous matter, and damaged seed.

In all instances, the maximum percentage of moisture content of seed cotton permitted is eight per centum.

SEED COTTON-MACHINE PICKED

A representative sample of 100 grammes of seed cotton shall be obtained from each woolpack and passed through an air-operated Frictionator. The percentage of the resultant extraneous matter and trash extracted from the sample shall then be determined by weight by means of the Ohaus 4-in-1 Grading Scale.

In all instances the maximum percentage of moisture content of seed cotton permitted is eight per centum, and the maximum percentage of extraneous matter or trash permitted is seven per centum. Seed cotton within these tolerances is then graded visually in accordance with the Acceptance Standards for hand-picked cotton.

Where the proportion of extraneous matter or trash amounts to more than seven per centum, the weight of the seed cotton shall be deemed to be reduced by the same percentage in excess of seven per centum, provided, however, that where such extraneous matter or trash exceeds 121/2 per centum, it shall be rejected.

PART V
CANADIAN WONDER BEANS, HARICOT BEANS, MIXED BEANS, SUGAR BEANS, VELVET BEANS, COWPEAS, SOYA BEANS, SUNFLOWER SEED AND SUNHEMP

Class A

Maximum percentage moisture

10

Maximum percentage extraneous matter

1

Maximum percentage damaged grain

1

Maximum percentage dirty grain

1

Maximum percentage immature grain

1

Maximum percentage damaged, dirty and immature grain

2

Maximum percentage other coloured grain

1

Maximum percentage split grain

10

Condition

Fresh

PART VI
SORGHUM

Class S

Class A

Class B

Maximum percentage moisture

12.5

12.5

12.5

Maximum percentage extraneous matter

1

1

1.5

Maximum percentage insect-damaged sorghum

5

5

15

Maximum percentage other varieties

5

-

-

Maximum percentage defective sorghum

10

10

10

Conditions

Fresh and plump

Fresh and plump

Fresh and plump

Variety or type (Class “S” only): Sorghum Caffrorum, Variety Radar, or Sorghum Caffrorum, Variety Barnards Red, or Sorghum Caydatum, Variety Framida, or Hybrid No. 36 or Hybrid No. 39, or Hybrid NK.222, NK.300, DC.55, or Lindsay 788A.

SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulation 7]

MANNER OF GRADING CONTROLLED PRODUCTS

PART I
ALL CONTROLLED PRODUCTS

1.   Moisture content

The determination of the moisture content of grain shall be ascertained by means of the Marconi electrical resistance method calibrated to the standard Brown-Duval method or such other method, no less accurate, as the Board may approve. The determination shall be made with a minimum of delay either from a representative sample taken from the load of the grain concerned or from a sample contained in an airtight container which shall be opened immediately before the test.

2.   Percentages by weight

Except in the determination of the moisture content of a grain, all percentages shall be determined by weight by means of the Ohaus 4-in-1 Grading Scale or such other method, no less accurate, as the Board may approve.

3.   Representative samples

For the purpose of obtaining a representative sample necessary for grading, the following procedure shall be followed:

      (a)   in the case of a load of grain which is packed in sacks, the representative sample shall be obtained by taking equal portions of grain from evenly distributed parts of the load, so that-

      (i)   where the grain in a load is packed in five sacks or less, the contents of every sack are sampled;

      (ii)   where the grain in a load is packed in more than five sacks but less than 100 sacks, the contents of not less than five sacks are sampled;

      (iii)   where the grain in a load is packed in 100 sacks or more, the contents of not less than ten sacks are sampled:

Provided that—

      A.   where the quality of the grain contained in any one sack in a load of grain differs from the average quality of the grain in the load as a whole, the grain contained in that sack shall be graded separately;

      B.   where seed cotton of more than one class is packed in one container, the contents of such container shall be classified according to the lowest quality of seed cotton therein;

      C.   should otherwise undetectable trash due to mechanical harvesting or other cause be suspected, the whole contents of the requisite proportion of sacks shall be employed to determine the percentage of trash;

      (b)   in the case of a load of grain which is not packed in sacks, the representative sample shall be obtained by inserting a long probe or by thrusting the hand into the bulk of the load in several places so as fairly to represent the bulk. A minimum of seven uniformly distributed parts of the bulk shall be sampled. Individual bulk samples may be taken from a load to determine whether the grain is uniform in quality.

4.   Working samples

A working sample shall be obtained by thoroughly mixing and quartering a representative sample obtained in the manner described in paragraph 3. For this purpose diagonally opposed quarters of the representative sample shall be rejected by means of an efficient mechanical divider until a working sample of the requisite weight has been obtained.

5.   Order of grading procedure

For the purpose of determining the standards of quality and classification of a load of grain, the procedure described in the Part appropriate to the grain concerned shall be carried out in the sequence indicated.

PART II
MAIZE

6.   Representative sample

A representative sample weighing not less than 1kg shall be taken in the manner described in paragraph 3.

7.   Working sample

From the representative sample so obtained, a working sample weighing not less than 200 grammes shall then be obtained in the manner described in paragraph 4, and the precise weight of the working sample shall be determined.

8.   Extraneous matter

Extraneous matter shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

9.   Trash content

The trash content shall be determined by either of the following methods:

      (a)   in normal circumstances trash shall be removed from the working sample and weighed;

      (b)   when the trash content cannot be reliably determined by the use of the working sample, the whole contents of the number of bags prescribed in paragraph 3 shall be weighted on a duly assized bag scale. The trash shall then be removed from the contents of the bags and weighed on an Ohaus 4-in-1 Grading Scale, and the percentage shall be determined accordingly.

10.   Chipped grain

Chipped grain shall then be removed from the working sample with the use of a No. 5 sieve and weighed.

11.   Insect- damaged grain

Insect-damaged grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

12.   Defective grain

Defective grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

13.   Other coloured grain

Other coloured grain shall then be removed from the defective grain referred to in paragraph 12 and weighed.

14.   Diseased grain

Diseased grain shall then be removed from the defective grain referred to in paragraph 12 and weighed.

15.   Bushel weight

A special sample shall be taken from the representative sample and all extraneous matter shall be removed from it. The bushel weight shall then be determined by testing the special sample by means of the Ohaus 4-in-1 Grading Scale or such other method, no less accurate, as the Board may approve.

16.   Replicate tests

Wherever detailed examination is necessary, at least two replicate tests shall be made and the average taken, the limit of variation in respect of the percentages of defective grain when comparing and averaging duplicate tests being calculated in accordance with the following table:

Percentage of Defective Grain

Limit of Variation

Up to 5 per cent

± 1 per cent

Over 5 per cent and up to 10 per cent

± 1.5 per cent

Over 10 per cent and up to 15 per cent

± 2 per cent

Over 15 per cent and up to 20 per cent

± 2.5 per cent

PART III
SHELLED GROUNDNUTS

17.   Representative sample

A representative sample weighing not less than 1 kg shall be taken in the manner described in paragraph 3.

18.   Working sample

From the representative sample so obtained, a working sample weighing not less than 200 grammes shall be obtained in the manner described in paragraph 4, and the precise weight of the working sample shall be determined.

19.   Extraneous matter

Extraneous matter shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

20.   Unshelled nuts

Unshelled nuts shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

21.   Split grain

Split grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

22.   Insect- damaged grain

Insect-damaged grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

23.   Defective grain

Defective grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

24.   Limit of Percentage of Defective Grain Variation

Wherever detailed examination is necessary, at least two replicate tests shall be made and the average taken, the limit of variation in respect of the percentage of defective grain when comparing and averaging duplicate tests being calculated in accordance with the following table:

Up to 5 per cent

± 1 per cent

Over 5 per cent and up to 10 per cent

± 1.5 per cent

Over 10 per cent and up to 15 per cent

± 2 per cent

Over 15 per cent and up to 20 per cent

± 2.5 per cent

Over 20 per cent and up to 25 per cent

± 3 per cent

Replicate tests

PART IV
UNSHELLED GROUNDNUTS

25.   Representive sample

A representative sample weighing not less than 2.5 kg shall be taken in the manner described in paragraph 3 and weighed.

26.   Extraneous matter

For the purposes of determining the percentage of extraneous matter, the extraneous matter, including any such matter which may be adhering to the shells or cortices, shall then be removed from the representative sample and weighed.

27.   Shelled groundnuts

For the purposes of determining the percentage of shelled groundnuts, the shelled groundnuts shall then be removed from the representative sample, weighed and discarded.

28.   Broken shells

For the purposes of determining the percentage of groundnuts with broken shells, such groundnuts shall then be removed from the representative sample and weighed.

29.   Kernels

For the purposes of determining the percentage of kernels, the shells or cortices shall then be removed from the kernels of the groundnuts in the representative sample and shall be weighed and shall then be discarded.

30.   Working sample

From the kernels obtained from the representative sample referred to in paragraph 29, a working sample weighing not less than 200 grammes shall then be obtained in the manner described in paragraph 4, and the precise weight of the working sample shall be determined.

31.   Split grain

Split grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

32.   Insect- damaged grain

Insect-damaged grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

33.   Defective grain

Defective grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

34.   …

Wherever detailed examination is necessary, at least two replicate tests shall be made and the average taken, the limit of variation in respect of the percentages of defective grain when comparing and averaging duplicate tests being calculated in accordance with the following table:

Percentage of Defective Grain

Limit of Variation

Up to 5 per cent

± 1 per cent

Over 5 per cent and up to 10 per cent

± 1.5 per cent

Over 10 per cent and up to 15 per cent

± 2 per cent

Over 15 per cent and up to 20 per cent

± 2.5 per cent

Over 20 per cent and up to 25 per cent

± 3 per cent

Replicate tests

PART V
CANADIAN WONDER BEANS, HARICOT BEANS, MIXED BEANS, SUGAR BEANS, VELVET BEANS, COWPEAS, SOYA BEANS, SUNFLOWER SEED AND SUNNHEMP

35.   Representative sample

A representative sample weighing not less than 2 lb. shall be taken in the manner described in paragraph 3.

36.   Working sample

From the representative sample so obtained, a working sample weighing not less than 200 grammes shall then be obtained in the manner described in paragraph 4, and the precise weight of the working sample shall be determined.

37.   Extraneous matter

Extraneous matter as defined in regulation 4 shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

38.   Damaged grain

Damaged grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

39.   Dirty grain

Dirty grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

40.   Immature grain

Immature grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

41.   Other coloured grain

Other coloured grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

42.   Split grain

Split grain shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

43.   Limit of Percentage of Defective Grain Variation

Wherever detailed examination is necessary, at least two replicate tests shall be made and the average taken, the limit of variation in respect of the percentage of defective grain when comparing and averaging duplicate tests being calculated in accordance with the following table:

Up to 5 per cent

± 1 per cent

Over 5 per cent and up to 10 per cent

± 1.5 per cent

Over 10 per cent and up to 15 per cent

± 2 per cent

Over 15 per cent and up to 20 per cent

± 2.5 per cent

Replicate tests

PART VI
SORGHUM

44.   Representative sample

A representative sample weighing not less than 1 kg shall be taken in the manner described in paragraph 3.

45.   Working sample

From the representative sample so obtained, a working sample weighing not less than 50 grammes shall be obtained in the manner described in paragraph 4, and the precise weight of the working sample shall be determined.

46.   Extraneous matter

Extraneous matter as defined in regulation 4 (3) shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

47.   Insect-damaged sorghum

Insect-damaged sorghum shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

48.   Other varieties

Other varieties shall then be removed from the working sample and weighed.

49.   Defective sorghum

Defective sorghum as defined in regulation 3 shall then be removed and weighed.

50.   Limit of Percentage of Defective Sorghum

Wherever detailed examination is necessary, at least two replicate tests shall be made and the average taken, the limit of variation in respect of the percentages of defective sorghum when comparing and averaging duplicate tests being calculated in accordance with the following table:

Variation

Up to 5 per cent

± 2 per cent

Over 5 per cent and up to 10 per cent

± 2.5 per cent

Over 10 per cent and up to 15 per cent

± 3 per cent

Over 15 per cent and up to 20 per cent

± 3.5 per cent

Replicate tests

GRAIN MARKETING (CONTROLLED PRODUCTS DECLARATION) ORDER

Arrangemnet of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Controlled products

   4.   Controlled products

   5.   Controlled products

      FIRST SCHEDULE

      SECOND SCHEDULE

      THIRD SCHEDULE

SI 290 of 1969.

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Grain Marketing (Controlled Products Declaration) Order.

2.   Interpretation

In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires-

“shelled groundnuts” means the kernels or seeds of groundnuts;

“unshelled groundnuts” means groundnuts from which the shells or cortices have not been removed.

3.   Controlled products

Maize, maize meal, shelled groundnuts, unshelled groundnuts, Canadian wonder beans, haricot beans, mixed beans, sugar beans, velvet beans, cowpeas, sunnhemp, sunflower seed, sorghum, soya beans and seed cotton shall be controlled products in all areas described in the First Schedule.

4.   Controlled products

Maize, maize meal, shelled groundnuts, unshelled groundnuts and seed cotton shall be controlled products in the area described in the Second Schedule.

5.   Controlled products

Shelled groundnuts and unshelled groundnuts shall be controlled products in the area described in the Third Schedule.

FIRST SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 3]

PRESCRIBED AREAS

1. The Copperbelt Province.

2. The Central Province.

3. The following Districts:

   Livingstone;

   Kalomo;

   Choma;

   Gwenbe;

   Mazabuka.

SECOND SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 4]

PRESCRIBED AREA

The Eastern Province.

THIRD SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 5]

PRESCRIBED AREA

The North-Western Province.

FOOD RESERVE (DESIGNATED COMMODITIES) (STANDARD OF CONDUCT) REGULATIONS

[Section 16]

Arrangemnet of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Power to inspect records

   3.   Trader or processor to provide agency with information

   4.   Prescribed forms

      SCHEDULE

SI 94 of 1996,

SI 69 of 1997,

SI 61 of 2001,

SI 54 of 2002,

SI 56 of 2003,

SI 41 of 2004.

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) Standard of Conduct Regulations.

2.   Power to inspect records

A registered trader or processor shall, prior to purchasing a designated commodity, inspect all relevant records to determine if–

      (a)   the farmer, trader of processor selling the designated commodity has previously pledged the commodity as security;or

      (b)   a charge or lien has been registered under the Agricutural Credits Act.

3.   Trader or processor to provide agency with information

A trader or a processor registered as a dealer in a designated commodity, shall on a monthly basis, provide to the food Reserve Agency information regarding the stock of a designated commodity handled or held by the trader or processor during the period commencing 1st May, 2004 to 30th April, 2005.

[Reg 3 subs by reg 2 of SI 41 of 2004.]

4.   Prescribed forms

The information referred to in Regulation (3) above, shall be provided in the forms set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 4]

FOOD RESERVE AGENCY

Food Reserve Unit

MONTHLY REPORT ON TRADING ACTIVITIES FOR TRADERS IN DESIGNATED COMMODITIES

Reporting period: ..............................

Traders who deal in designated commodities are required to complete this form at the end of the month and send it to one of the addresses below.

Reports on trading activities are required for statistical purposes only, to enable the Food Reserve Agency to collect, analyse and disseminate marketing information for the benefit of producers, traders, processors and other market participants, and the help plan the Agency’s own marketing activities. The information provided will remain confidential. Any statistics that are publicised will be in the form of aggregated data.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

NOTES:

- When filling in the forms, please provide data for the operating period only.

- Please specify the unit of measurement when indicating quantities (50 kg or 90 kg bags, or metric tonnes).

Name of organisation: ......................................................................................................................

Food Reserve Agency registration number: ....................................................................................

Address (physical location): .............................................................................................................

P.O. Box: .................................................................. Tel. and Fax No:.............................................

-Food Reserve Agency

-P.O. Box 34054, Lusaka

-Temporary Address: NRDC-Maize and Fertilizer Storage Project, Lusaka

-Choma, Regional Property Officer, offices at CIDA sheds, P.O. Box 630006

-Chipata, Regional Property Officer, PWD building, P.O. Box 510161

-Mkushi, Regional Property Officer, offices at CIDA sheds, P.O. Box 840170

-Kitwe, Regional Property Officer, offices at Kitwe silos, P.O. Box 20630

-Kasama, Regional Property Officer, offices at CIDA sheds, P.O. Box 410501

-Isoka, Regional Property Officer, offices at CIDA sheds, P.O. Box 440034

FORM 1

[Regulation 4]

1. Crop Purchases

Please indicate the quanities of designated commodities that your organisation purchased and the respective areas of purchase (province, district, country):

Commodity

Area of Purchase

Quantity purchased

2. Storage

Please indicate the quantities and location of designated commodities that you currently have in storage:

Commodity

3. Sales

Please indicate the quantities of designated commodities that you have marketed, and the type of buyer (e.g. industrial mill, hammer mill, international grain trader, local grain trader, brewery, stockfeed producer):

Commodity

Type of buyer

Quantity sold

4. Processing

If applicable, please indicate the approximate quantities of designated commodities that you have processed/milled during the reporting period.

Commodity

End product

Quantity processed

FOOD RESERVE (DESIGNATED COMMODITIES) (TRADERS AND PROCESSORS) (REGISTRATION FEES) REGULATIONS

[Section 27]

[Currency mentioned in this regulation should be re-denominated as stipulated under S 4 of Re-denomination Act, 2012, read with S 29 of Bank of Zambia Act, 1996.]

Arrangement of Regulations

Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Registration fees

      SCHEDULE

SI 92 of 1996.

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the Food Reserve (Designated Commodities) (Traders and Processors) (Registration fees) Regulations, 1996.

2.   Registration fees

The registration fees for traders and processors of designated commodities registering with the Food Reserve Agency shall be as set out in the Schedule.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 2]

REGISTRATION FEE

(Fee Units)

Marketing Season

111

______________________________

FOOD RESERVE (DESIGNATION OF COMMODITIES) REGULATIONS

[Sections 6 and 27]

Arrangement of Regulations

Regulations

   1.   Title

   2.   Designation of commodities

      SCHEDULE

SI 93 of 1996.

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the food Reserve (Designation of Commodities) Regulations, 1996.

2.   Designation of commodities

The commodities set out in the Schedule have been designated as being essential for the food security of the country during the 1996/97 marketing season.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 2]

ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES: 1996/97 SEASON

1. Maize (White/Yellow)

2. Sorghum; and3. Millet

FOOD RESERVE (TRANSFER OF PROPERTY) ORDER

[Section 24 ]

[Currency mentioned in this regulation should be re-denominated as stipulated under S 4 of Re-denomination Act, 2012, read with S 29 of Bank of Zambia Act, 1996.]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Transfer of property

      SCHEDULE

SI 145 of 1996,

SI 81 of 2001,

SI 101 of 2001.

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the Food Reserve (Transfer of Property) Order, 1996.

2.   Transfer of property

The properties listed in the Schedule to this Order shall be transferred from the Government to the Food Reserve Agency, on the publication of this Order.

There's no sub para (1) or (2) in para 2, but sub-para (3) inserted; may be some amd missing    (3) Notwithstanding sub-paragraph (1) the properties listed in Part IV of the Schedule to this Order are from the date of publication of this Order reverted to or transferred to the Government from the Food Reserve Agency.

[Para 2(3) ins by para 2 of SI 101 of 2001.]

SCHEDULE

[Paragraph 2]

PART I

(i) Bagging machines

Machine No.

Area

Allocation

NECU 9206

Dar-es-salaam (THA)*

01

NECU 9208

Dar-es-salaam (THA)*

01

NECU 9212

FRA, Lusaka

01

NECU 9214

FRA, Lusaka

01

NECU 9216

FRA, Lusaka

01

NECU 9218

FRA, Lusaka

01

      (ii) Hoppers

Serial No.

Area

Allocation

NECU 9207

Dar-es-salaam (THA)*

01

NECU 9209

Dar-es-salaam (THA)*

01

NECU 9211

FRA, Lusaka

01

NECU 9213

FRA, Lusaka

01

      (iii) Evacuators

Engine No.

Area

Allocation

FRA, Lusaka

01

6VF-002390-8067-7721

FRA, Lusaka

01

6VA-098071-7063-7000

FRA, Lusaka

01

6VA-86653-7063-7000

FRA, Lusaka

01

PART II – SILO INFORMATION

Location

No. of Bins

Capacity 90kg Bag

Inter

Mains

Inter

Mains

Plot No.

Chisamba

08

20

4000

12000

106

Kabwe (Natuseko)

08

20

4000

12000

F. 1879

Kitwe

11

24

2203

5440

2555

Lusaka

11

24

2203

5440

3283(8118)

Monze

11

24

2203

5440

227

Ndola (B/Mkubwa)

08

20

4000

12000

3087/3489

PART III WEIGH BRIDGE

Area

TypeOne-way

Capacity 60tons

No.

Plot No.

Chingola

One-way

60tons

01

3037

Chisamba

Two-way

60tons

01

100

Chisamba

Two-way

60tons

01

100

Kabwe

One-way

60tons

01

F.1879

Kalomo

One-way

60tons

01

N/A

Livingstone

Two- way

60tons

01

1204

Lusaka

One-way

60tons

01

3283(8118)

Lusaka

One-way

60tons

03

3283(8118)

Mumbwa

Two- way

60tons

01

964

Ndola

01

3087/3489

Part IV already there, may be some amd missing which deletes Parts after this. PART IV

HOUSING UNITS AND FLATS

[Sch Part IV ins by para 3 of SI 101 of 2001.]

LUSAKA PROVINCE

Lusaka

1.   Plot No. 4188, House No. 3, Lukasu Road, Rhodes Park

2.   Plot No. 1417, House No. 41, Los Angel Road , Long-acres

3.   Plot No. 1730, House No. 1, Mwambeshi Road , North-mead

4.   Plot No. 1861, House No. 24, Wasakile Road, North-mead

5.   Plot No. 145/F1 10a, House No. 1, Msonda Ngosa Road, Villa Elizabetha

6.   Plot No. F441a, House No. 205, Kasangula Road, Roma

7.   Plot No. 441a, House No. 73, Mutandwa Road, Roma

8.   Plot No. 154/F284a, House No. 20, Broads Roads, Fairview

9.   Plot No. 846, House No. 28A, Lagos Road, Rhodes Park

10.   Plot No. 471, House No. 10, Tito Road, Ridgeway

11.   Plot No. 971, House No. 6, Ntoyo Road, Woodlands

12.   Plot No. 2976, House No. 6. Ingwe Road, Woodland

13.   Plot No. 1054, House No. 6, Makanta Close, Fairview

14.   Plot No. F441a, House No. 106, Ngwazi Road, Roma

15.   Plot No. A. 96/F737a, Vubu Road, Emmasdale

16.   Plot No. 56, Independence Avenue, Lusaka Central

17.   Plot No. 122/F284a, House No. 5, Lubambe Road, North-mead

18.   Plot No. 1840, House No. 14, Lubambe Road, North-mead

19.   Plot No. 4473, Zambezi Road, Roma

20.   Plot No. 2143, House No. 20, Lubu Road, Long-acres

21.   Plot No. 104/f284a, House No. 5, Omelo Mumba Road, Fairview

22.   Plot No. 1177, House No. 4, Nyati close, Rhodes Park

23.   Plot No. A/3/28/F396a, Makeni

24.   Plot No. 964, House No. 11, Mushakashela Road, Woodlands

25.   Plot No. 837, House No. 10, Lagos Road, Rhodes Park

26.   Plot No. 846, House No. 28B, Lagos Road, Rhodes Park

27.   Plot No. 1421, House No. 33, Lagos Road, Rhodes Park

28.   Plot No. B/96/F737a, Vubu Road, Emmasdale

29.   Stand Nos. 9 and 10 of 4803, Salima Road, Matero, House Nos. 1-40

30.   Plot No. 1463, House No. 2, Mungulube Road, North-mead

31.   Plot No. 3824, Manda Hill Road, Olympia Park

32.   Plot No. 5074, House No. 12, Drama Close, Kabwata, UTH Area

33.   Plot No. 6901, House No. 4B, Lagos Road, Rhodes Park

34.   Plot No. 1768, House No. 8, Munawi Road, Industrial Area

35.   Plot No. 6459, Saise Road, Long-acres (8 Flats)

36.   Plot No. 1133, House No. 37, Church Road, Fairview (4 Flats)

37.   Plot No. 6055, Sibweni Road, North-mead (3 Flats)

38.   Plot No. D/21/F377a, Sable Road, Kabulonga (8 Flats)

39.   Plot No. 6099, Chitemene Road, North-mead (7 Flats)

40.   Plot No. 6075, Chitemene Road, North-mead (2 Flats)

41.   Plot No. 6062, Chitemene Road, North-mead (6 Flats)

42.   Plot No. 160/F248a, Mulimbwa Close, Fairview (2 Flats)

43.   Plot No. 836, Lagos Road, Rhodes Park (2 Flats)

44. Plot No. RE/72/F11a, Chisango Road, Villa Elizabetha (6 Flats)

45.   Plot No. 145/F110a, Musonda Ngosa Road, Villa Elizabetha (6 Flats)

46.   Plot No. C.4/F737a, Zungulu Road, Emmasdale (5 Flats)

47.   Plot No. A/21/F873a, Bothas Rust Road, Lusaka West (4 Flats)

48.   Plot No. A/25/F873a, Bothas Rust Road, Lusaka West (4 Flats)

COPPERBELT

Ndola

1.   Plot No. 941T, House No.5, Liteta drive, Itawa

2.   Plot No. ER22, House No. 2, Mupundu Road, Kansenshi

3.   Plot No. Y2A, A67, House No. 11, Kampala Road, North-rise

4.   Plot No. Y2A, A52, House No. 35, Kalewa Road, North-rise

5.   Plot No. 3111, Macha Road, North-rise

6.   Plot No. 3470, Macha Road, North-rise

7.   Plot No. 70, Kalungulungu Road, North-rise

8.    Plot No. 3032, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

9.    Plot No. 3034, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

10.    Plot No. 3036, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

11.    Plot No. 3038, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

12.    Plot No. 3040, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

13.    Plot No. 3042, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

14.    Plot No. 3044, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

15.    Plot No. 3046, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

16.    Plot No. 3048, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

17.    Plot No. 3050, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

18.    Plot No. 3052, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

19.    Plot No. 3052, Shoelela Road, Ndeke Township

20.   Plot No. 261T, House No. 47, Chikola Street, Itawa

21.   Plot No. Y2A, A68, House No. 9, Kampala Road, North-rise

22.   Plot No. 3442, Tanzania Road, North-rise

23.   Plot No. 3442 Kangere Road, North-rise

24.   Plot No. 3443 Kangere Road, North-rise

25.   Plot No. 3132, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

26.   Plot No. 3134, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

27.   Plot No. 3136, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

28.   Plot No. 3138, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

29.   Plot No. 3140, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

30.   Plot No. 3142, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

31.   Plot No. 3144, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

32.   Plot No. 3146, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

33.   Plot No. 3148, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

34.   Plot No. 3150, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

35.   Plot No. 3152, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

36.   Plot No. 3154, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

37.   Plot No.71, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

38.   Plot No.72, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

39.   Plot No.70, Kalungulungu Road, Ndeke Township

Kitwe

1.   Plot No. 0692, House No. 12, Paulo Close, Parklands

2.   Plot No. 2966, House No. 6, Twalilwisha Crescent, Riverside

3.   Plot No. 4290, Mpenzen Street, Kwacha East, Riverside

4.   Plot No. 4292, Mpenzen Street, Kwacha East, Riverside

5.   Plot No. 4293, Mpenzen Street, Kwacha East, Riverside

6.   Plot No. 4294, Mpenzen Street, Kwacha East, Riverside

7.   Plot No. 4295, Mpenzen Street, Kwacha East, Riverside

EASTERN PROVINCE

Chipata

1.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 1

2.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 2

3.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 3

4.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 4

5.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 5

6.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 6

7.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 7

8.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 8

9.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 9

10.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 10

11.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 11

12.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 12

13.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 13

14.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 14

15.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 15

16.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 16

17.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 17

18.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 18

19.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 19

20.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 20

21.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 21

22.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 22

23.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 23

23.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 24

25.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 25

26.   S/D/2/A Depot House, Deport Road, House No. 26

27.   Stand No. 8, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

28.   Stand No.23, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

29.   Stand No. 8, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

30.   Stand No. 26 House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

31.   Stand No. 28, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

32.   Stand No. 31, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

33.   Stand No. 34, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

34.   Stand No. 44, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

35.   Stand No. 53, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

36.   Stand No. 66, House No. 19, Hollywood Road, Kapata Compound

37.   S/DRE/1/a/D25 St. Monica House, House No. 1

38.   S/DRE/1/a/D25 St. Monica House, House No. 2

Katete

1.   House No. A, Boma Road

2.   House No. B. Boma Road

3.    House No. C. Boma Road

Lundazi

1.   Plot No. 141

2.   Plot No. 142

3.   Plot No. 143

LUAPULA PROVINCE

Mansa

1.   Stand No. 414, House No. 1, off Chembe Road

2.   Stand No. 414, House No. 2, off Chembe Road

3.   Stand No. 414, House No.3, off Chembe Road

4.   Stand No. 487, House No. 280, Kaole Road

5.   Stand No. 459, Off Chembe Road

6.   Stand No. 837, House No. 1, Mansa-Sambya Road

7.   Stand No. 837, House No. 6,Mansa-Sambya Road

8.   Stand No. 837, House No.14, Mansa-Sambya Road

9.   Stand No. 837, House No.18, Mansa-Sambya Road

10.   Stand No. 837, House No.19, Mansa-Sambya Road

11.   Stand No. 837, House No.20Mansa-Sambya Road

12.   Stand No. 837, House No.21, Mansa-Sambya Road

13.   Stand No. 837, House No. 29,Mansa-Sambya Road

Mwense

1.   House No. 1, (Prefabricated House)

2.   House No. 2, (Prefabricated House)

3.   House No. 3, (Prefabricated House)

Kawambwa

1.   House No. 250, Mushota Road

Samfya

1.   Prefabricated house at Samfya Depot

Mazabuka

1.   Plot No. 148, Lumumba Street

2.   Plot No. 402, Omelo Street

Monze

1.   Stand No. 63, Fairview Road

2.   Stand No. 65, Fairview Road

3.   Stand No. 68, Fairview Road

4.   Stand No. 69, Fairview Road

5.   Stand No. 76, Fairview Road

6.   Stand No.77, Fairview Road

7.   Stand No. 160, Fairview Road

8.   Stand No. 164, Fairview Road

9.   Sixteen low cost 1 bed-roomed flats

Choma

1.   House No. 8

2.   House No. 408

3.   Stand No. 25, Kalima Road

4.   Stand No. 474, Macha Road

5.   Stand No. 851, Monzuma Compound

6.    Stand No. 852, Monzuma Compound

7.   Stand No. 853, Monzuma Compound

Chisekesi

1.   Stand No. 98

2.   Stand No. 99

3.   Stand No. 106

Pemba

1.   Stand No. 49, House No. 487, Great North Road

Livingstone

1.   Stand No. 1288, House No. 11, Kataba Lane

2.   Stand No. 2609, Limulunga Road, Flat No. 65A

3.   Stand No. 2609, Limulunga Road, Flat No. 65B

4.   Stand No. 2609, Limulunga Road, Flat No. 65C

5.   Stand No. 2609, Limulunga Road, Flat No. 65D

Mongu

1.   Stand No. N21, Lewanika Road

2.   Stand No. N22, Lewanika Road

3.   Stand No. N23, Lewanika Road

4.   Stand No. N24, Lewanika Road

5.   Stand No. N25, Lewanika Road

6.   Stand No. N28, Lewanika Road

7.   Stand No. N29, Lewanika Road

8.   Stand No. N30, Lewanika Road

9.   Stand No. 308, Mongu-Lusaka Road

10.   Stand No. 319, Mongu-Lusaka Road

11.   Stand No. 320, Mongu-Lusaka Road

Kaoma

1.   Two Houses along Yeta Road, Mulambwa Compound

2.   Two medium cost houses in the Depot

3.   One house near the market (convert from a commercial building)

Lukulu

1.   House No. MC68

2.   House No. MC70/L20A

NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE

Solwezi

1.   Stand No. 378, House No. LB 1, Livanga Road

2.   Stand No. 887, House No. 57, Kandundundu Road

3.   Stand No. 888, House No. 58, Kandundundu Road

Mwinilunga

1.   Stand No. 226, House No. 40

Zambezi

1.   Plot No. 392

CENTRAL PROVINCE

1.   Stand No. 557 House No. 2, Luapula Road

2.   Stand No. 573, House No. 30, Luapuala Road

3.   Stand No. F1879 (twenty-four house, Natuseko Deport

4.   Stand No. F1879, House No. 25, Natuseko Deport

5.   Stand No. F1879, House No. 26, Natuseko Deport

6.   Stand No. F1879, House No. 27, Natuseko Deport

Mkushi

1.   Stand No. 489

2.    Stand No. 490

Chisamba

1.   Stand No. 20-(4 houses)

2.   Stand No. 22-(1 houses)

3.   Stand No. 98-(31 houses)

4.   Stand No. 99-(27 houses)

Mumbwa

1.   House in the Depot, Plot No. 192, Mumbwa Junction

2.   House in the Depot, Plot No. 193, Mumbwa Junction

NORTHERN PROVINCE

Kasama

1.   Plot No. 418, Lunzua Road (house)

2.   Plot No. 693, Luwingu Road (house)

3.   Plot No. 1177, Lukupa Road (House)

PART IV

REHABILITATED STACKING MACHINES

Area

No.

Chadiza

01

Chambeshi

03

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