CHAPTER - NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

National Parks Regulations

National Parks Declaration Order

National Parks and Wildlife (Licences and Fees) Regulations

National Park and Wildlife (Night Game Drives) Regulations, 1997

National Parks and Wildlife (Prohibition of Holding Both a District Game Licence and a National Game Licence) Regulations

National Parks and Wildlife (Game Anilmals) Order

National Parks and Wildlife (Methods of Hunting) (Restriction) Regulations

National Parks and Wildlife (Prescribed Trophies) Regulations

National Parks and Wildlife (Camping Sites) Regulations

National Parks and Wildlife (Wild Animals in Captivity) Regulations

GAME Management Area Declaration Order

National Parks and Wildlife (Protected Animals) Order

National Parks and Wildlife (Elephant and Rhinoceros) Regulations

National Parks and Wildlife (Trophy Dealers) Regulations

National Parks and Wildlife(Bird Sanctuaries) Regulations

National Park and Wildlife (Payment of Fees to Livingstone Municipal Council) Regulations

National Park and Wildlife (Night Game Drives) Regulations, 1997

Game Management Area (Declaration) Order, 1998

NATIONAL PARKS REGULATIONS

[Section 185]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Application

   4.   Entry and residence in National Park

   5.   Restriction on entry and exit

   6.   Declaration of arms and ammunition by persons passing through National Park

   7.   Prohibition of entry into, or from, or movement within, National Park at night

   8.   Restriction on entry and movement

   9.   Restriction on cycles and motor cycles

   10.   Restriction on motor vehicle

   11.   Restriction on caravans and trailers

   12.   Restriction on boats

   13.   Restriction on aircraft

   14.   Restriction on building an other forms of land improvement in National Park

   15.   Prohibition of destruction of vegetation

   16.   Restriction against lighting of fires for domestic purposes

   17.   Prohibition of removal of trophies, etc., within National Park

   18.   Prohibition of disturbance of predator

   19.   Feeding of wild animals

   20.   Restriction on fishing

   21.   Restriction on commercial photography or recording

   22.   Restriction against disturbance

   23.   Restriction against litter

   24.   Restriction on trading

   25.   Instructions by wildlife police offiers

   26.   Closure of roads, etc., by wildlife police officers

   27.   Exemption of wildlife police officers

   28.   Offences and penalties

   29.   Revocation of SI No. 9 of 1972

      FIRST SCHEDULE

      SECOND SCHEDULE

Act 13 of 1994,

SI 88 of 1993.

[Regulations by the Minister after consultation with the Director]

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the National Parks Regulations.

2.   Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

"estate road"has the meaning ascribed to it in section 8 of the Roads and Road Traffic Act.

3.   Application

   (1)    These Regulations shall apply to National Parks, except such part of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park as lies outside the area demarcated as Mosi-Oa-Tunya Zoological Park, and to the said part regulations 4 (1) (b), 4(3), 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 (b), 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 only shall apply.

   (2)    In the case of Liuwa National Park the provisions of these Regulations, other than regulations 6, 17, 18, 22 (b) 25 and 28 shall not apply to any bona fide resident of that National Park:

Provided that the Minister may by order in writing exclude any part of any National Park from the application of all or any of these Regulations.

4.   Entry and residence in National Park

   (1)    A person, not being a person belonging to any of the categories enumerated in subsection (2) of section 43 of the Act, shall not–

      (a)   enter a National Park unless he is in possession of a valid Entry

Permit issued under these Regulations;

      (b)   reside in a National Park unless he is in possession of a valid

Residence Permit issued under these Regulations:

Provided that the Director may in special circumstances by writing permit any person to enter or reside in a National Park without obtaining the appropriate Permit.

   (2)    An Entry Permit may be issued by the Director, or by any officer authorised by the Director in writing in that behalf, in Form 1 as set out in the First Schedule on payment of the fees prescribed in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    A Residence Permit may be issued by the Director in Form 2 as set out in the First Schedule, but no fees shall be payable therefor.

   (4)    Any person who is a tourist from outside Zambia shall be in possession of a valid Conservation Stamp issued under these Regulations in addition to a valid Entry Permit before entering any National Park.

   (5)    A Conservation Stamp may be issued by the Director or any Wildlife Police Officer, or any person authorised by the Director in writing in that behalf on payment of the fee prescribed in the Second Schedule.

   (6)    Proceeds from the issue of the Conservation Stamps shall go directly to meet the management and development costs of the National Parks.

   (7)    Where the Conservation Stamp is issued by any person authorised in writing by the Director, such person shall be entitled to a ten per cent commission of the Conservation Stamp Fee.

5.   Restriction on entry and exit

Except with the written permission of the Director, no person shall enter or leave a National Park otherwise than at a recognised point of entry or exit or without making relevant and complete entries in the register kept for that purpose at such point of entry or exit.

6.   Declaration of arms and ammunition by persons passing through National Park

Every person passing through a National Park along a public road shall declare at the point of entry and again at the point of exit any firearm, ammunition or explosive in his possession, and shall enter the details thereof in the registers kept for that purpose at the points of entry and exit.

7.   Prohibition of entry into, or exit from, or movement within National Park at night

   (1)    A person may not enter or leave a National Park, or leave the defined area around a lodge or camp within a National Park, during the hours of darkness:

Provided that this regulation shall not apply to any wilderness trail, nocturnal tour or other authorised tourist activity which has been specifically exempted in writing by the Director.

   (2)    For the purpose of this regulation, the term "hours of darkness" means the period between one half-hour after sunset and one half-hour before sunrise.

8.   Restriction on entry and movement

Except with the written permission of the Director, a person shall not–

      (a)   alight from a motor vehicle or boat within a National Park except at a lodge, camp or designated picnic site or bird hide; or

      (b)   enter or travel within a National Park on foot at any place not included in Paragraph (a):

Provided that this regulation shall not apply to any person whilst he is accompanied by a wildlife police officer or to any person travelling along a public road.

9.   Restriction on cycles or motor cycles

Except with the written permission of the Director, a person shall not enter or travel within a National Park on a cycle or a motor cycle:

Provided that this regulation shall not apply to any person travelling along a public road.

10.   Restriction on motor vehicle

A person shall not within a National Park–

      (a)   drive a motor vehicle with a defective or wholly or partly inoperative silencing system or exhaust or a motor vehicle producing such noise as may cause alarm, annoyance or disturbance to any animal or person;

      (b)   unnecessarily sound the horn of a motor vehicle;

      (c)   drive a motor vehicle anywhere except on a recognised road unless specifically authorised in writing by the Director;

      (d)   drive a motor vehicle in excess of 50 kilometres per hour or of any other speed limit indicated at any place by signs:

Provided that this paragraph shall not apply to a motor vehicle driven along a public road, other than an estate road; or

      (e)   drive a motor vehicle in a manner likely to disturb or endanger any animal or person.

11.   Restriction on caravans and trailers

Except with the written permission of the Director, a person shall not bring a caravan or trailer into a National Park, except in accordance with the terms and conditions of his Entry Permit or Residence Permit, as the case may be.

12.   Restriction on boats

A person shall not use a boat within a National Park without the written permission of the Director or in accordance with the terms and conditions of his Entry Permit or Residence Permit, as the case may be, and such permission or Permit may stipulate conditions as to the place where such boats may be used and may limit or prohibit the use of an engine to propel any such boat.

13.   Restriction on aircraft

   (1)    Except with the written permission of the Director, a person shall not fly an aircraft over a National Park at a height of less than 300 metres above ground level except when lawfully landing or taking off from a licensed aerodrome or airfield within such a National Park.

   (2)    Except with the written permission of the Director and upon payment of the fees prescribed in the Second Schedule, a person shall not land an aircraft in a National Park:

Provided that this sub-regulation shall not apply to such aircraft as may enter a National Park on a routine schedule or for government purposes.

   (3)    A person shall not land an aircraft at any point within a National Park other than on a licensed aerodrome or airfield.

14.   Restriction on building and other forms of improvement within National Park

Except with the written permission of the Director, a person shall not erect any building or structure, construct any roads or tracks or carry out any form of land alteration or improvement within a National Park.

15.   Prohibition of destruction of vegetation

Except with the written permission of the Director, a person shall not cut, deface, damage or destroy any vegetation in a National Park.

16.   Restriction against lighting of fires for domestic purposes

A person shall not light a fire for domestic purposes, such as the cooking of food, within a National Park, except at such points as are designated by the Director.

17.   Prohibition of removal of trophies etc., within National Park

Without the written permission of the Director, a person shall not remove any wild animal, whether dead or alive, or any trophy, vegetation or any object of prehistoric, archaeological, historical or scientific interest from a National Park or from one part of a National Park to another part of the same National Park.

18.   Prohibition of disturbance of predator

A person shall not drive a predator away from a kill.

19.   Feeding of wild animals

A person shall not feed a wild animal in a National Park.

20.   Restriction on fishing

   (1) A person shall not fish in a National Park unless he is in possession of a valid Angling Permit issued under these Regulations and except in accordance with the conditions laid down in the Permit:

Provided that the Director may in writing authorise fishing for subsistence or traditional purposes without an Angling Permit and without payment of fees, but subject to such conditions, if any, as he may consider fit to specify.

   (2)    An Angling Permit may be issued by the Director, or by any officer authorised by the Director in writing in that behalf, in Form 3, as set out in the First Schedule on payment of the fees prescribed in the Second Schedule.

21.   Restriction on commercial photography or recording

   (1)    A person shall not take still or cine photographs or make sound recordings within a National Park for commercial purposes unless he is in possession of a valid Photography and Sound Recording Licence issued under these Regulations.

   (2)    A Photography and Sound Recording Licence may be issued by the Director, or any officer authorised by the Director in writing in that behalf, in Form 4 as set out in the First Schedule on payment of the fees prescribed in the Second Schedule.

22.   Restriction against disturbance

A person shall not within a National Park–

      (a)   play any radio, gramophone, tape recorder, record player or musical instrument so as to cause unnecessary disturbance to any animal or person; or

      (b)   provoke or chase any wild animal or cause alarm, annoyance or unnecessary disturbance to any wild animal.

23.   Restriction against litter

A person shall not discard any litter, refuse or rubbish in a National Park, except in a receptacle or other means of disposal for such purpose.

24.   Restriction on trading

A person shall not engage in any trade or business in a National Park without the written permission of the Minister.

25.   Instructions by wildlife police officers

All persons within a National Park shall obey all lawful instructions given by a wildlife police officer.

26.   Closure of roads, etc., by wildlife police officer

Any wildlife police officer of or above the rank of wildlife ranger may at any time close any road (other than a public road), pontoon, lodge, camp, picnic site or bird hide and thereupon entry to such road, pontoon, lodge, camp, picnic site of bird hide shall be prohibited, notwithstanding that any person would otherwise be entitled to enter, pass through or remain in any such place.

27.   Exemption of wildlife police officer

The provisions of regulations 4 to 13, inclusive, and 15 to 20, inclusive, shall not apply to a wildlife police officer while on official duty in a National Park.

28.   Offences and penalties

   (1) Any person who contravenes any of these Regulations shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding three thousand two hundred fee units or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years, or to both.

   (2) Without prejudice to any proceedings or other consequence which may result from a contravention of any of these Regulations, a wildlife police officer of or above the rank of wildlife ranger may revoke any permit or licence if he is reasonably satisfied that any of the persons named therein has contravened any of these Regulations.

[Am by Act 13 of 1994.]

29.   Revocation of SI No. 9 of 1972

The National Parks Regulations, 1972 are hereby revoked.

FIRST SCHEDULE

PRESCRIBED FORMS

FORM 1

[Regulation 4]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

The National Parks Regulations

ENTRY PERMIT

Date of Issue .............., 20................

This Permit is valid up to ................. hours on ..... 20...,

for the persons named and the car/aircraft specified below. It is not transferable.

Names

1 ....................................................................of

2 ....................................................................of

3 ....................................................................of

4 ....................................................................of

5 ....................................................................of

6 ....................................................................of

are hereby authorised to enter the National Park subject to the conditions set out on the reserve of this Permit. Car/aircraft Registration No. .......

Point of entry Gate/airfield .................

Point of exit Gate/airfield .......................

FEES PAID

Car/aircraft entrance at ................................ .........................................................

.............................................................. occupants at.....................................

TOTAL...................................................

RECEIPT ..................................

Received from the sum of ................

(It is essential to produce this Form at the Entrance Gates)

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

Signed

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

Original: to be retained by visitor for production at entrance gate

Duplicate: for filing

Triplicate: to support General Revenue Cash Book

Quadruplicate: to Accountant (Revenue) NPWS

Quintuplicate: to be retained in the book

(To be printed on the reverse of the Entry Permit)

CONDITIONS OF ISSUE

1. This Permit is valid for multiple entry only for the period stated and for the persons named herein.

2. Persons may stay overnight only if they are accommodated at a lodge or camp.

3. Entrance gate will open at 0600 hours throughout the year but will close at 1830 hours between 1st April, and 30th November; and at 1900 hours between 1st December and 31st March. Visitors must ensure that they leave the National Park before gates close.

4. Visitors should note that the violation of any provision of the National Parks and Wildlife Act or of the National Parks Regulations by any person named in this Permit may result in the cancellation of the Permit, and all the persons named therein being required to leave the National Park immediately. In addition, such violation shall also render the offender liable to prosecution. It is therefore urged that all visitors should acquaint themselves with the provisions of the Act and the Regulations.

FORM 2

[Regulation 4]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

The National Parks Regulations

RESIDENCE PERMIT

National Park

This Permit is valid for the person and the members of his family and dependants named below:

Mr...................................................................of and

Members of Family

1

2

3

4

5

6

Dependants

1

2

3

are hereby authorised to enter and reside within the boundaries of the National Park.

Director,

National Parks and Wildlife Service

FORM 3

[Regulation 20]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

The National Parks Regulations

ANGLING PERMIT

National Park

Date of Issue ................., 20....

This Permit is valid up to ....................., 20...,

for the persons named below and is not transferable.

Names

1 ....................................................................of

2 ....................................................................of

3 ....................................................................of

4 ....................................................................of

are hereby authorised to fish within the boundaries of the National Park by angling.

FEES PAID

At the rate of ....... per person

RECEIPT

Received from the sum of ................

IT IS ESSENTIAL TO PRODUCE THIS FORM AT THE ENTRANCE GATES

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

Signed

Dated..................

Original: to be retained by visitor for production at entrance gate.

Duplicate: for filing.

Triplicate: to support General Revenue Cash Book.

Quadruplicate: to Accountant (Revenue) NPWS.

Quintuplicate: to be retained in the book.

(To be printed on the reverse of the Angling Permit)

CONDITIONS OF ISSUE

This Permit is valid only for angling. Chemical substances, explosives or any other device for fishing shall render this Permit void. Breach of any provision of the National Parks and Wildlife Act or of the National Parks Regulations on the part of any person named in the Permit shall render the permit liable to cancellation, and shall also render the offender liable to prosecution. Permit holders are therefore advised to acquaint themselves with the provisions of the Act and the Regulations.

FORM 4

[Regulation 21]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

The National Parks Regulations

PHOTOGRAPHY AND SOUND RECORDING LICENCE

National Park

Date of Issue ............., 20... This Licence is valid up to , 20...., for the person named below and is not transferable.

Mr. .................................................................of

is hereby licensed to take still and cine photographs and to record sounds within the National Park during the period of the validity of this Licence for commercial purposes.

FEES PAID

RECEIPT

Received from the sum of

IT IS ESSENTIAL TO PRODUCE THIS FORM AT THE ENTRANCE GATES

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

Signed

Dated......................

Original: to be retained by visitor for production at entrance gate.

Duplicate: for filing.

Triplicate: to support General Revenue Cash Book.

Quadruplicate: to Accountant (Revenue) NPWS.

Quintuplicate: to be retained in the book.

(To be printed on the reverse of the Licence)

CONDITIONS OF ISSUE

1. This Licence does not entitle the licensee to enter the National Park without an Entry Permit.

2. Breach of any provision of the National Parks and Wildlife Act or of the National Parks Regulations on the part of the licensee shall render this Licence liable to cancellation and shall also render the offender liable to prosecution.

SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulations 4, 13, 20 and 21]


PRESCRIBED FEES

Local Tourists

Overseas Tourists

Fee units

US$

1. Fees for an Entry Permit:

   (a) Luangwa South per day

2 per day

15.00 per person

   (b) Kafue per day

1 per day

5.00 per person

   (c)   Sumbu per day

1 per day

5.00 per person

   (d)   Lochinvar per day

1 per day

5.00 per person

   (e)   Other National Parks per day

1 per day

5.   00 per person

2. Vehicle entry fee per day

2 per day

10.00 per person

3. Aircraft entry fee

20 per landing per day

4. Commercial filming, painting and sound recording

1,000 per week

500.00 per week

5. Camping in a National Park (per adult)

10 per night

10.00 per night

6. Camping in a National Park (child) over 12 years

5 per night

7. Angling Permit

1 per day

5.00 per day

8. Keeping a boat in a National Park

10 per month

9. Child under 12 years

Free

10. Tour operators vehicle

Free

11. School parties

Free

12. Fee for a conservation stamp

15.00 US Dollars per person

NOTES:

      (i)   Camp sites in National Parks do not, as a rule have any service but where basic services are provided, additional fees may be payable to the agency providing the service.

      (ii)   The fees indicated in the Second Schedule also apply to walking safari camps.

[Am by Act 13 of 1994.]

NATIONAL PARKS DECLARATION ORDER

[Section 27]

Arrangement of Paragaraphs

Paragaraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Declaration of National Parks

   3.   Revocation of SI No. 44 of 1972

      SCHEDULE

Act 13 of 1994,

SI 44 of 1972,

SI 58 of 1993.

1.   Title

This Order may be cited as the National Parks Declaration Order.

2.   Declaration of National Parks

The areas set out in the Schedule are hereby declared to be National Parks for the purposes of the Act.

3.   Revocation of S.I. No. 44 of 1972

The National Parks Declaration Order, 1972 is hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 2]

NATIONAL PARK No. 1:

SOUTH LUANGWA

Starting at the confluence of the Luangwa and Mpupushi Rivers, the boundary follows the right bank of the latter river upstream to its confluence with the Mfuke (Mfushi) Stream; thence up the right bank of this stream to its source in the Muchinga Escarpment; thence along the brink of the said escarpment in a general north by north-easterly direction to the source of the Luanda River; thence down the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Kapamba River; thence up the right bank of the Kapamba River to its confluence with the Kangala River; thence up the right bank of the Kangala River to its source; thence in a northerly direction to Kapili Kasweta Hill; thence northwards to the confluence of the Finkono Stream with the Mupamadzi River; thence down the left bank of the Mupamadzi River to a beacon erected thereon; thence in a general northerly, easterly and southerly direction following a line of beacons erected around the margin of the Chifungwe Plain to a beacon to the left bank of the Mupamadzi River; thence along a line of beacons to the Luangwa River; thence following the thalweg of the Luangwa River down stream to its confluence with the Mwasauke Stream; thence up this stream for a distance of approximately 4.8 kilometres; thence following a straight line in a generally south easterly direction on a bearing of 146 degrees to a beacon erected on the Kauluzi Stream; thence down the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Luangwa River; thence following the thalweg of the Luangwa River downstream to its confluence with the Lusangazi River; thence up the right bank of this river for a distance of approximately 30.6 kilometres; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 251 degrees to a beacon erected on the Mtipwazi Stream; thence down the left bank of the stream to its confluence with the Luangwa River; thence following the thalweg of the Luangwa River downstream to its confluence with the Mpupushi River, the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 9,050 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Central, Eastern and Northern Provinces and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P.1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated the 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 2:

NORTH LUANGWA

Starting from the confluence of the Mushina Stream with the Luangwa River, the boundary follows up the right bank of the Mushina Stream to its source; thence in a straight line due west to a point on the Lumbabatwa Stream; thence in a straight line in a north-westerly direction to a beacon erected at the point where the Itanga Hills are intersected by the Lufishi River; thence up the right bank of the Lufishi River to its source; thence to a beacon erected on Mukungele Hill; thence in a north-easterly direction across the Mupeti Stream to the Nsansamina Stream at the point where it is intersected by the path from Mutupa (1940) Village to the Luangwa River; thence in a generally north-easterly direction along the ridge of the Mwanza Kanjoma Hills to a beacon erected on the Mwaleshi River at the old site of Mutipula Village; thence in a similar direction to a beacon erected at a point on the Lubanga Stream; thence in a north-westerly direction to the source of the Mwansamubembe Stream and down the left bank of this stream to its confluence with the Lufila River; thence down the left bank of the Lufila River to its confluence with the Luangwa River; hence following the thalweg of the Luangwa River downstream to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 4,636 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Mpika District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 2, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated the 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 3:

LUKUSUZI

Starting from the confluence of the Chenje Stream with the Rukuzye River, the boundary follows down the left bank of the Rukuzye River to the Nyani Falls; thence in a northerly direction to the confluence of the Pirasi Stream with the Lukusuzi River; thence up the right bank of the Lukusuzi River to its confluence with the Kadianzeze River; thence in a north by north-easterly direction to the highest point on the Zimwe Hill; thence in a north-easterly direction to the highest point on the Pandebiri Hill; thence due to north to a beacon erected at a point on the Lumimba River; thence up the right bank of the Lumimba River to its confluence with the Chipanda Stream and up the right bank of the Chipanda Stream to its source; thence in a southerly direction to the source of the Mwezi Stream and down the left bank of the Mwezi Stream to its confluence with the Mburuzi Stream; thence up the right bank of the Mburuzi Stream to a beacon erected at a point immediately north of the Mpangwe Hills; thence in a southerly direction to a beacon erected at the nearest point on the Munyamadzi Stream; thence down the left bank of the Munyamadzi Stream to its confluence with the Lukusuzi River; thence up the right bank of the Lukusuzi River for a distance of approximately 3.2 kilometres to a beacon erected at a point opposite the nearest part of the Kanjenjesi Hills; thence in a south by south-westerly direction for a distance of approximately 6.4 kilometres to a beacon erected at a point on one peak of the Kanjenjesi Hills; thence in a westerly direction to the source of the Chenje Stream; thence down the left bank of the Chenje Stream to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 2,720 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Lundazi District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 3, deposited in the office of the

Surveyor-General and dated the 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 4:

LUAMBE

Starting at Beacon A on the left bank of the Luangwa River at its confluence with the Lupita River, the boundary follows up the thalweg of the Luangwa River to Beacon D on the left bank of this river; thence following the road from Beacon D in an easterly direction around the northern edge of Baka Baka Lagoon to the Chipuka Entrance Gate; thence along the main Luangwa Valley (1971) road D104 in a south-westerly direction to where it meets a marked line; thence following this marked line along the northern edge of the Ntumbe Dambo in a general south-easterly direction to the confluence of the Lupita River with the Lumimba River; thence up the right bank of the Lupita River in a general easterly direction to Beacon C due south of the Kamira Pool; thence in a straight line in a general southerly direction to the confluence of the Mukamadzi River with the Kavyavya Stream; thence following up the right bank of the Mukamadzi River to a point where the main Mwanya-Chipandwe Village track crosses this river; thence along this track in a general southerly direction to a point where it crosses the Kangwa River at Beacon B; thence down the left bank of the Kangwa River to its confluence with the Lupita River; thence down the left bank of the Lupita River to Beacon A at its confluence with the Luangwa River, the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent approximately 254 square kilometres, is situate in the Lundazi District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 4, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated the 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 5:

MWERU WANTIPA

Starting at a beacon at the site of Kalimangombe (1941) Village, the boundary follows a straight line in a general westerly direction to the highest point on Kapiri Malawa Hill; thence in a west by south-westerly direction to the highest point on Chulungoma Hill; thence in a general north-westerly direction to the highest point on Chilunda Hill; thence in a northerly direction crossing the Mofwe River to a point known as Kati Katali 1.6 kilometres north of Malanda (1941) Village; thence in a west by general north-westerly direction to the point where the main path between Mukupa Katandula and Puta (1941) Villages crosses the Kamoto Stream; thence along the said main path in a general north-westerly direction to the Kanduwa Stream; thence in a straight line in a general north-easterly direction to the confluence of the Katete and Mukombwa Streams; thence up the right bank of the Mukombwa Stream to its source; thence in a northerly direction to the highest point on Tambwamweru Hill; thence in an easterly direction to Kanonje Beacon at the source of the Kanonje Stream; hence down the left bank of this stream in a north by north-easterly direction to its confluence with the Mpande Stream; thence up the right bank of the Mpande Stream to its source; thence in a general north-easterly direction to Kisebwe Beacon; thence in a south by south-easterly direction to a beacon erected at a point on the Kabwe Stream near the old site of Kanyambe Village; thence in an east by north-easterly direction to the source of the Simwenya or Wambushi Stream; thence in the same direction to a beacon erected at a point where the Choma River intersects the high water flood mark of the Mweru Marsh; thence in a general north-easterly direction to the highest point of Kaleulu Hill; thence across the Mawe Stream and following the old Chiengi-Teleka path in an east by south-easterly direction to the old site of Firisi Village; thence due south to the main channel of the Chishela; thence following along the main channel of the Chishela to where it enters the Lake Mweru Wantipa; thence following the highest flood level of the said lake and the extreme eastern margin of the Mweru Marsh to where the Mwambeshi River enters the Marsh; thence in a westerly direction along the extreme southern margin of the said Marsh to the southern most edge of the Kakoma Pools; thence on to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 3,134 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Nchelenje and Kaputa Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 5, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated the 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 6:

SUMBU

Starting from the confluence of the Lubaleshi Stream with the Lufubu or Luvu River, the boundary follows in a westerly direction to Kabwe Beacon; thence in a north by north-westerly direction to the confluence of the Mukubwe River with the Mukotwe River; thence following the left of the Mukotwe River down stream to its confluence with the Lufubu River; thence in a straight line in a generally northerly direction to the western margin of Lake Kako; thence continuing along the projection of this straight line to a beacon erected on the main Bulaya-Sumbu Road; thence in a general north-easterly direction to a beacon on the Kasenga Stream; thence due east to a beacon erected at a point approximately 6.4 kilometres due west to Cape Kachese; thence in a straight line to a beacon erected on the Chisala Stream approximately 4.8 kilometres from the shore of Lake Tanganyika; thence in a general north-easterly direction to a beacon erected near Sumbu Old Boma; thence due north to a point in the lake 1.6 kilometres out from the shore; thence following parallel to, and distant 1.6 kilometres from, the lake shore in an easterly, south-easterly and north-easterly direction to a point in the lake 3.6 kilometres due west of Beacon A on the shore; thence eastwards to Beacon A of the lake shore; thence in a north-easterly direction to point B on Kasaba Bay; thence continuing in a north-easterly direction to a point in the lake 1.6 kilometres from Beacon B; thence following parallel to, and distant 1.6 kilometres from, the lake shore in an easterly and south-easterly direction to a point in the lake 1.6 kilometres due north of the estuary of the Lufubu or Luvu River; thence to and up the thalweg of the Lufubu River upstream to its confluence with the Chambeshi River; thence up the right bank of the Chambeshi River to its confluence with the Kalongola River; thence in a straight line in a general south-westerly direction to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 2,063 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Kaputa and Mbala Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 6/1, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General signed by him and dated the 17th April, 1985.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 7:

LUSENGA PLAIN

From the point where the old road from Kawambwa to Chiengi crosses the Mbereshi River, the boundary follows this road in a northerly direction to the point where it crosses Lwankole Stream; thence in an east by south-easterly direction to a beacon erected at a point on the Mwinshi Stream; thence in a similar direction to the source of the Kalambanjili Stream; thence in an easterly direction to a point on the Kalungwishi River at the site of Misapa Nsama Old Village; thence up the thalweg of the Kalungwishi River to its confluence with the Mibamba Stream; thence up the right bank of the Mibamba Stream to its source; thence westwards to the source of the Mbereshi Stream and down the left bank of the Mbereshi Stream to the point of starting.

The above-described are, in extent 880 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Kawambwa District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 7, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 8:

MANGANO

Starting at the confluence of the Chambeshi and Mununshi Rivers, the 226 boundary follows down the thalweg of the Chambeshi River to its confluence with the Lubansenshi River; thence up the thalweg of the Lubansenshi River to its confluence with the Pemeya Stream; thence in a straight line in a generally north-westerly direction to a point on the western end of Minswa Island; thence along the westerly edge of this island in the northerly direction to a point on the Lukutu River; thence up the Lukutu River to a point on its confluence with the Kasala Stream; thence in an easterly direction along the right bank of the Kasala Stream to its source; thence in a straight line in an easterly direction to a point on the Lubansenshi River; thence up the thalweg of the Lubansenshi River for a distance of approximately 2 kilometres to a point on this river; thence in a straight line in a general south-easterly direction to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 840 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Luwingu and Kasama Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No.N.P.8, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 9:

LAVUSHI MANDA

Starting at the confluence of the Lutimwe River with the Lukulu River, the boundary follows upstream along the thalweg of the Lukulu River to its confluence with the Musuku Stream; thence upstream along the right bank of Musuku Stream to its source; thence in a straight line in a northerly direction to the Chimfitumba Plain; thence along the western margin of the Chimfitumba Plain to the Lubweshi River; thence downstream along the left bank of the Lubweshi River to its confluence with the Lumbatwa River; thence upstream along the right bank of the Lumbatwa River to its source; thence in a straight line in a general south-easterly direction to the source of the Wutala River; thence downstream along the left bank of the Watala River to its confluence with the Mufubushi River; thence along the right bank of the Mufubushi River upstream to its confluence with the Kandiwu Stream; thence upstream along the right bank of the Kandiwu Stream to its source; thence in a straight line westwards to the source of the Chibishi River; thence downstream along the left bank of the Chibishi River to its confluence with the Lukulu River; thence following the thalweg of the Lukulu River upstream to its confluence with the Musangazi River; thence along the right bank of the Musangazi River upstream to its point of intersection with the Livingstone Memorial Monument Road; thence along the said road in a general north-westerly direction for a distance of approximately 6.4 kilometres to a point south of the source of the Lulimala River; thence northwards to the source of the Lulimala River; thence downstream along the left bank of the Lulimala River to its confluence with the Mangala River; thence upstream along the right bank of the Mangala River to its source; thence eastwards in a straight line to the source of the Lubumba Stream; thence downstream along the left bank of the Lubumba Stream to its confluence with the Lutimwe River; thence downstream along the left bank of the Lutimwe River to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 1,500 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Mpika District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 9, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 10:

KASANKA

Starting at the confluence of the Kankonto River with the Luombwa River, the boundary follows upstream along the right bank of the Luombwa River to its confluence with the Mulembo River; thence upstream along the right bank of the Mulembo River to its confluence with the Mulaushi Stream; thence upstream along the right bank of the Mulaushi Stream to its confluence with the Mpulumba Stream; thence in a westerly direction to a beacon erected on Mpululwe Hill; thence in a general south-westerly direction to the source of the Kalibila Stream; thence downstream along the left bank of the Kalibila Stream to its confluence with the Musola river; thence in a westerly direction to the confluence of the Chumbwi Stream with the Kasanka River; thence westwards to the point where the Kawumba River flows into the Kapabi Swamp; thence north-westwards to the source of the Mumbu Stream; thence down the left bank of the Mumbu Stream to its confluence with the Luombwa River; thence in a straight line in a west by north-westerly direction to a beacon on Bwalyabemba Hill; thence in a northerly direction to the Kankonto River; thence down stream along the left bank of the Kankonto River to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 390 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Serenje District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 10, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 11:

KAFUE

Starting from Ndundumwense Hill Beacon 227/NRP/3992, the boundary runs due west to Beacon 111, on the Zambezi-Kafue watershed; thence in a northerly direction along this watershed through Beacons 110, 109, 108 and 107 to the point where it intersects the northern edge of the road reserve of motor road D714; thence in a westerly direction along this northern edge for approximately 32.1 kilometres to a point at the intersection with the western edge of the old Barotse Cattle Cordon Road; thence in a straight line in a westerly direction to Beacon 1; thence in a general northerly and westerly direction through Beacon 2 to Beacon 87 inclusive thence through Beacon KNPW 1 to Beacon KNPW 61 inclusive at the source of the Lalafuta River; thence in a general north by north-easterly direction to a beacon erected at a point on the Kasompe Dambo; thence down the Kasompe Stream to its confluence with the Lufupa River; thence in an easterly direction to the confluence of the Kabanga East and Ntemwa Rivers; thence up the Kabanga East River to its source; thence in a general south-easterly direction to the source of the Kayefu Stream; thence down the Kayefu Stream to its confluence with the Lunga River; thence in an easterly direction to the point where the Kasempa-Mumbwa motor road D181 is intersected by the Lupemba Stream; thence southwards along this motor road to the Kafue River; thence up the Kafue River therein on the prolongation north-westwards of the western boundary of Farm No. 3132; thence south-eastwards and eastwards along the western and southern boundaries of this farm through Beacons KY3, KY9, KY10, KY11, KY12, KY13, KY2 and KY14 to Beacon KY1 on the western boundary of Farm No. 156a "The Big Concession" (remaining extent); thence south-eastwards along this boundary for a distance of approximately 4.8 kilometres; thence southwards to a point on the Mumbwa-Kaoma road M9 (as re-aligned in 1971); thence in a westerly direction along the southern edge of the Mumbwa-Kaoma road reserve to the Kafue River; thence following the thalweg of the Kafue River downstream to its confluence with the Musa River; thence up the Musa River to the crossing of the old Barotse-Namwala Cattle Cordon Road; thence along this in a southerly direction to Cordon Post No. 3; thence in a straight line south-eastwards crossing the Nanzhila River approximately 8 kilometres south of the Nanzhila Mission, to a point on the western boundary of the Ila-Tonga Reserve No. XXII; thence along this boundary in a southerly direction to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 22,400 square Kilometres approximately, is situate in the Kasempa, Mumbwa, Namwala and Kalomo Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 11, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 12:

NYIKA

Starting at a point 49NYP height 7048 on the Zambia-Malawi International Boundary, the National Park Boundary follows the said International Boundary in a south-westerly direction for a distance of approximately 0.5 kilometres to a beacon erected thereon; thence in a north-westerly direction for a distance of 1.6 kilometres to a beacon erected on the edge of the escarpment; thence in a general north-easterly direction along the edge of the escarpment through a line of beacons for a distance of approximately 22.00 kilometres to a beacon on the Zambia-Malawi International Boundary; thence following the International Boundary to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 80 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Isoka and Chama Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 12, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 13:

LOCHINVAR

Starting at Beacon V on the south bank of the Kafue River approximately 16 kilometres upstream from the confluence of the Kafue and Nampongwe Rivers, the boundary follows the thalweg of the Kafue River downstream for approximately 17.7 kilometres to BeaconZ; thence in a southerly direction for approximately 24.1 kilometres to Beacon I1; thence in an easterly direction for approximately 1.6 kilometres to Beacon H1; thence in a southerly direction for approximately 6.4 kilometres to Beacon G1; thence in a westerly direction for approximately 14.4 kilometres to Beacon J1; thence in a northerly direction for approximately 20.9 kilometres to Beacon K1; thence in a north-easterly direction for approximately 9.6 kilometres to Beacon V, the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent approximately 410 square kilometres, is situate in the Monze District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 13, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 14:

WEST LUNGA

Starting at the confluence of the Kabompo and West Lunga Rivers, the boundary follows along the thalweg of the West Lunga River upstream to its confluence with the Shinene River; thence along the right bank of the Shinene River upstream to a beacon erected at a point where this river is intersected by a footpath from Ntambu Village; thence north-eastwards along this path to where it is intersected by the Wisaki River; thence down the left bank of this river to its confluence with the Kabompo River; thence following the thalweg of this river downstream to its confluence with the West Lunga River, the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 1,684 square kilometers approximately, is situate in the Mwinilunga District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 14, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 15:

LIUWA PLAIN

Starting from a beacon erected at a point on the extreme south-western margin of the Liuwa Plain approximately 3.2 kilometres due north of Luola School (1971), the boundary follows in a straight line in a northerly direction to the source of the Malai Stream; thence downstream along the bank of the Malai Stream to its confluence with the Mulonga River; thence following the thalweg of the Mulonga River downstream to its confluence with the Luambimba River; thence following the thalweg of the Luambimba River to a beacon erected at a point on the right bank of the Luambimba River; thence in a straight line westwards to a beacon erected at a point on the extreme southern margin of the Liuwa Plain, approximately 4.8 kilometres distant from the Luanginga River; thence following along a line of beacons erected on the southern and south-western margin of the Liuwa Plain to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 3,660 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Kalabo and Lukulu Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 15, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 16:

SIOMA NGWEZI

Starting from a beacon erected at the point where the south game fence or the prolongation of the said fence intersects the Mashi River, the boundary follows along the south game fence in a general northerly, north-easterly and easterly direction to a beacon erected at the point of intersection of the said game fence with the Sioma-Katuli Camp (1971)-Ngwezi Pools Road; thence following a line of beacons erected along this road to a beacon erected near Ngwezi Pools; thence following a line of beacons in a general southerly, south-westerly and easterly direction and skirting the immediate vicinity of the Ngwezi Pools to a beacon erected on the Ngwezi-Cholola Road; thence following along this road to a beacon erected near Cholola Village; thence in a straight line in a general south-westerly direction to a beacon erected at a point on the International Boundary between Namibia and Zambia approximately 16 kilometres east of the Mashi River; thence following the said International Boundary westwards to where it crosses the Mashi River; thence following the thalweg of the Mashi River upstream to a beacon erected at its point of intersection with the south game fence, or the prolongation of the said game fence, the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 5,276 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Senanga and Sesheke Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 16, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 17:

MOSI-OA-TUNYA

Starting at a point on the left of the Sinde River, where it is crossed by the Livingstone-Mambova main road, the boundary follows the northern edge of this road in an easterly direction to its junction with Mbile Drive; thence northwards and eastwards following the northern edge of this road to where it is crossed by the water pipeline serving the aerodrome; thence in a straight line due south for a distance of approximately 3,000 metres; thence in a straight line due east for a distance of approximately 3,000 metres to where it meets the Livingstone Municipal Boundary approximately 2 kilometres from the nearest point on the left bank of the Zambezi River; thence south-eastwards along this boundary to a point approximately 400 metres from the nearest point on the left bank of the Zambezi River; thence in a south-easterly direction following a line parallel to the said bank of the Zambezi River and 400 metres therefrom to a point 400 metres from the right bank of the Maramba River; thence in a north-easterly direction following a line parallel to the said bank of the Maramba River and 400 metres therefrom to where it cuts the eastern boundary of the Zambia Railways 100 metres stripe reserve; thence in a straight line south-eastwards to Beacon BK1 on the Livingstone area boundary; thence due south to a point on the left bank of the Songwe River approximately 4 kilometres from its confluence with the Zambezi River; thence down the left bank of the Songwe River in a south-westerly direction to its confluence with the Zambezi River; thence in a straight line westwards to the nearest point in the Zambezi River on the International Boundary between Zimbabwe and Zambia; thence in a general north-westerly direction upstream along the said International Boundary to the point thereon nearest to, and opposite the junction of, the left banks of the Zambezi and Sinde Rivers; thence in a straight line southwards to that junction of the river banks; thence in a general northwesterly direction up the left bank of the Sinde River to the point of starting.

The above-described area, in extent 66 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Livingstone District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 17, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1971.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 18:

BLUE LAGOON

Starting at Beacon DN26 on the main Muchabi-Shibuyunji Road D183, the boundary proceeds in a straight line in a south-easterly direction to Beacon E85; thence in a straight line in a north-easterly direction to Beacon E86; thence in a straight line to a beacon erected south-east of Beacon E86; thence in a straight line in a north-easterly direction to a beacon erected on a footpath approximately 1.6 kilometres south of the main Muchabi-Shibuyunji Road D183; thence following this footpath in a general south-easterly direction to a beacon erected at the edge of the main tree line on the northern margin of the Kafue Flats; thence following along the main tree line eastwards to a beacon erected at a point on the edge of the said tree line; thence following a footpath in a general south-easterly direction to a beacon erected on the north bank of the Luwato Lagoon; thence following along the Luwato Lagoon in a south-westerly direction to a point thereon south-east of Beacon 92A; thence to Beacon 92A; thence in a straight line in a general westerly direction for a distance of approximately 19 kilometres to an erected beacon; thence in a straight line in a general northerly direction for a distance of approximately 9 kilometres to a beacon erected at a point near Chiko-Muchabi track; thence in a general easterly direction for a distance of approximately 7 kilometres to a beacon erected on the Nangoma River; thence in a straight line in a general north-easterly 232 direction to a beacon erected at a point approximately 2.4 kilometres south-east of the main Muchabi-Shibuyunji Road D183; thence in a straight line in a general north-westerly direction to Beacon E66 erected on Kamwala Hill; thence in a straight line in a general easterly direction to Beacon DN28; thence in a straight line in a general south-easterly direction to Beacon DN27 on the Muchabi-Shibuyunji Road D183; thence following along this road in a general north-easterly direction to Beacon DN26, the point of starting.

Included within the above area but excluded therefrom is an area of approximately 2.024 hectares which is depicted on Detail Plan No. 9A, dated 10th August, 1972.

The above-described area, in extent 450 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Mumbwa District and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 18, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 1st February, 1973.

NATIONAL PARK NO. 19:

LOWER ZAMBEZI

Starting at the Chipoko Rocks on the Zambezi River, the boundary follows the Zambia-Zimbabwe International Boundary in a westerly direction to the confluence of the Zambezi and Chongwe Rivers; thence up the Chongwe River to a point on the confluence of the Chongwe-Chindulwe Rivers; thence up in a straight line in a north-easterly direction to the source of the Ikando River; thence down the Ikando River to its confluence with the Lusangashi River; thence in a straight line in a north-easterly direction to the Mwambashi River; thence up the Mwambashi River to the point where it crosses the Shinjela-Chakwenga Road; thence along the Shinjela Road in a north-westerly direction to its junction with the Great East Road at Shinjela Picket; thence along the Great East Road in an easterly direction to the point where it crosses the Nyampande River; thence down the Nyampande River to its confluence with the Chakwenga River; thence down the Chakwenga River to the beacon erected thereon; thence in a straight line due east for a distance of 16 kilometres to the top of the Kaulashishi Hill; thence along the Luangwa-Lusaka District Boundary in a north-easterly direction to the point where it crosses the Rufunsa River; thence down the Rufunsa River in a south-easterly direction to the beacon erected thereon; thence in a straight line in a southerly direction for a distance of approximately 28.9 kilometres to the Chipoko Rocks, the point of starting.

All distances are approximate and all bearings are from magnetic north.

The above-described area, in extent 4,092 square kilometres approximately, is situate in the Lusaka Rural and Luangwa Districts and is shown bordered in red on Plan No. N.P. 19, deposited in the office of the Surveyor-General and dated 14th March, 1983.

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NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE (LICENCES AND FEES) REGULATIONS

[Sections 56, 62, 184 and 185]

Arrangement of Regulations

   Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   District and Game Licences

   3.   Bird Licences

   4.   National Game Licences

   5.   Elephant Licences

   6.   Safari Licences

   7.   Supplementary Safari Licences

   8.   Daily Record to be kept by Professional Hunters

   9.   Special Licences

   10.   Professional Hunter's Licences

   11.   Apprentice Professional Hunter's Licences

   12.   Professional Tour Guide's Licences

   13.   Game Management Area Permits for Residents

   14.   Game Management Area Permits for Non-residents

   15.   Certificate of Ownership of Trophies

   16.   Export Permit for Ivory and Rhinoceros horn

   17.   Export Permit for Wild Animals, Meat and Live Birds

   18.   Export Permit for other Trophies, etc.

   19.   Import Permit for Ivory and Rhinoceros horn

   20.   Import Permit for Wild Animals, Meat and Live Birds

   21.   Import Permit for other Trophies, etc.

   22.   Trophy Dealer's Permit

   23.   Trophy Dealer's Register

   24.   Form of receipt for anything seized

   25.   Certificate of Evaluation of Trophies

   26.   Certificate of Identification of Trophies

   27.   Authority to sell meat of game/protected animal

   28.   Authority to sell or hunt any game/protected animal

   29.   Power of Minister to authorise employment of others to hunt

   30.   Duplicates

   31.   Revocation of Statutory Instrument No. 2 of 1971

      FIRST SCHEDULE

      SECOND SCHEDULE

SI 111 of 1993,

SI 43 of 1994,

SI 53 of 1995,

SI 147 of 1996,

SI 53 of 1997,

SI 139 of 1997,

SI 45 of 1998,

Act 13 of 1994.

1.   Title

These Regulations may be cited as the National Parks and Wildlife (Licence and Fees) Regulations.

2.   District game licences

   (1) Any application for a district game licence shall be in Form NPW 1 in the First Schedule.

   (2) The fee payable in respect of a district game licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    A district game licence shall be in Form NPW 2 in the First Schedule.

   (4)    A district game licence shall authorise the licensee to hunt the game animals specified therein in accordance with the terms and conditions so specified and in the numbers so specified.

3.   Bird licence

   (1) An application for a bird licence shall be made in Form NPW 3 in the First Schedule.

   (2) The fee payable in respect of a bird licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    A bird licence shall be in Form NPW 4 in the First Schedule.

   (4) A bird licence shall authorise the licensee to hunt the bird specified therein in any area in Zambia, other than a National Park or a Game Management Area, in accordance with the terms and conditions so specified and in the numbers so specified.

4.   National game licences

   (1) An application for a national game licence shall be made in Form NPW 5 in the First Schedule.

   (2) The fee payable in respect of a national game licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    A national game licence shall be in Form NPW 6 in the First Schedule.

   (4) A national game licence shall authorise the licensee to hunt the game animals and the protected animals specified therein in the area of the Province specified therein, other than a National Park or a Game Management Area, in accordance with the terms and conditions so specified and in the numbers so specified.

5.   Elephant licences

   (1) An application for an elephant licence shall be made in Form NPW 7 in the First Schedule.

   (2) The fee payable in respect of an elephant shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    An elephant licence shall be in Form NPW 8 in the First Schedule.

   (4) An elephant licence shall authorise a licensee to hunt no more than one elephant of the sex specified therein in the area or areas so specified in accordance with the terms and conditions so specified.

6.   Safari licences

   (1) An application for a safari licence shall be made in Form NPW 9 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a safari licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    A safari licence shall be in Form NPW 10 in the First Schedule.

7.   Supplementary safari licences

   (1) An application for a supplementary safari licence shall be made in Form NPW 11 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a supplementary safari licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    A supplementary safari licence shall be in Form NPW12 in the First Schedule.

   (4)    A supplementary safari licence shall authorise the licensee to hunt the game animals specified therein in the area or areas specified, other than a National Park, in accordance with the terms and conditions so specified and in the numbers so specified.

8.   Daily record to be kept by professional hunters

The records and certificate required to be kept and completed by a professional hunter under section 103 of the Act shall be in Form NPW 13 in the First Schedule and, in relation to any game animals and protected animals hunted by a client under a safari licence and supplementary safari licence recorded therein, shall be completed daily.

9.   Special licences

   (1) A special licence shall be in Form NPW 14 in the First Schedule.

   (2 ) The fee payable in respect of a special licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule or such lesser amount as the Minister may, in any particular case, determine.

10.   Professional hunter's licences

   (1) An application for a professional hunter's licence shall be made in Form NPW 15 in the First Schedule and shall be subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.

   (2)    A professional hunter's licence shall be in Form NPW 16 in the First Schedule and shall be subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.

11.   Apprentice professional

   (1) An application for an apprentice professional hunter's licence shall be made in Form NPW 17 in the First Schedule.

   (2) The fee payable in respect of an apprentice professional hunter's licence shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (3)    An apprentice professional hunter's licence shall be in Form NPW 18 in the First Schedule and shall be subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.

12.   Professional tour guide's licences

   (1) An application for a professional tour guide's licence shall be made in Form NPW 19 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    A professional tour guide's licence shall be in Form NPW 20 in the First Schedule and shall be subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.

13.   Resident's permit for Game Management Area

   (1) An application by a person who is a resident, to hunt in a game management area shall be made in Form 21 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (3) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule or such lesser amount as the Minister may, in any particular case, determine.

   (3)    A permit issued under section 56 of the Act to a person who ordinarily resides in the Game Management Area shall be in Form NPW 22 in the First Schedule.

14.   Non-resident's permit for Game Management Area

   (1) An application by a person other than a resident for a permit to hunt in a Game Management Area shall be made in Form 23 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (3) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule or such lesser amount as the Minister may, in any particular case, determine.

   (3)    A permit issued pursuant to section 56 of the Act to a person other than a resident authorising him to hunt in a Game Management Area shall be in Form NPW 24 in the First Schedule.

   (4) In this regulation, "resident", in relation to a Game Management Area, means a person who ordinarily resides in such Game Management Area.

15.   Certificates of ownership to trophies

   (1) A certificate of ownership issued pursuant to section 132 of the Act shall be in Form NPW 25 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    When a certificate of ownership is issued to any person in respect of any trophy the holder shall be the absolute owner of the said trophy until such trophy is transferred to another person either by way of sale or gift, in which case the holder shall endorse his signature.

16.   Export permit for ivory and rhinoceros horn

   (1) A permit issued pursuant to section 153 of the Act in respect of the export of any ivory or rhinoceros horn shall be in Form NPW 26 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

17.   Export Permit for Wild Animals, Meat and Live Birds

   (1) A permit issued pursuant to section 153 of the Act in respect of the export of any wild animal or the meat thereof or any live bird shall be in Form NPW 27 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

18.   Export permit for other game trophies, etc.

   (1) A permit issued pursuant to section 153 of the Act in respect of the export of any trophy (other than ivory, rhinoceros horn, any wild animal or the meat thereof or any live bird) shall be in Form NPW 28 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule or such lesser amount as the Minister may, in any particular case, determine.

19.   Import permit for ivory and rhinoceros horn

   (1) A permit issued pursuant to section 149 of the Act in respect of the import of any ivory or rhinoceros horn shall be in Form NPW 29 in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule or such lesser amount as the Minister may, in any particular case, determine.

20.   Import permit for wild animals, meat and live birds

   (1) A permit issued pursuant to section 149 of the Act in respect of the import of any wild animal or the meat thereof or any live bird shall be in Form NPW 30 in the First Schedule.

   (2)   The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

21.   Import permit for other game trophies, etc.

   (1) A permit issued pursuant to section 149 of the Act in respect of the import of any trophy (other than ivory, rhinoceros horn, any wild animal or the meat thereof or any live bird) shall be in Form NPW 31 in the First Schedule.

   (2)   The fee payable in respect of a permit referred to in sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule or such lesser amount as the Minister may, in any particular case, determine.

22.   Trophy dealer's permit

   (1) An application for a trophy dealer's permit shall be made in Form NPW 32 in the First Schedule.

   (2)   A trophy dealer's permit shall be in Form NPW 33 in the First Schedule.

23.   Trophy dealer's register

   (1) For the purposes of section 130 of the Act, every trophy dealer shall keep and maintain a register in Form NPW 34 in the First Schedule and shall record therein in respect of every trophy bought, sold, processed or otherwise dealt in by him, the particulars specified in the said Form.

   (2)    Every register kept and maintained during any year by a trophy dealer pursuant to section 130 of the Act shall be delivered by him to the Director not later than thirty days after the 31st December in that year.

24.   Form of receipt for anything seized

The receipt referred to in subsection (2) of section 158 shall be in Form NPW 35 set out in the First Schedule.

25.   Certificate of Evaluation of trophies

   (1) The Director or any officer authorised in writing by the Director may value trophies presented before him by a person in lawful possession of such trophies, and shall issue a certificate of valuation of such trophies in Form NPW 36 set out in the First Schedule.

   (2)    The fee payable for a valuation certificate referred to sub-regulation (1) shall be the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

26.   Certificate of identification of trophies

Whenever a police officer for the purposes of identification presents to a wildlife police officer or honorary wildlife police officer any trophy suspected to have been obtained in contravention of any provisions made under the Act, the wildlife police officer or honorary wildlife police officer shall mark such trophy for the purposes of identification and shall issue a certificate of identification of the trophy in Form NPW 37 set out in the First Schedule.

27.   Authority to sell meat of game or protected animal

   (1) An application for authority to sell meat of a game animal or a protected animal shall be made in Form NPW 38 set out in the First Schedule.

   (2)    An authority to sell meat of a game animal and or a protected animal shall be in Form NPW 39 set out in the First Schedule and shall be subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.

28.   Authority to sell or hunt game or protected animal

   (1) An application for authority to sell or hunt any game animal or protected animal shall be made in Form NPW 40 set out in the First Schedule.

   (2)    A permit issued pursuant to section 146 of the Act Authorising the owner to sell or hunt any game animal or any protected animal reared under special licence shall be in Form NPW 41 set out in the First Schedule, subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.

29.   Power of Minister to authorise employment of others to hunt

   (1) The Minister may, by endorsement of any district game licence issued under these Regulations, authorise the holder of any such licence to employ, for reward or otherwise, any other person to hunt or to assist in hunting, on behalf of the licensee any game or protected animal specified on the said licence.

   (2)    The Minister may, if not satisfied with the explanation given, refuse to endorse any licence issued under these Regulations and his decision shall be final.

   (3) It shall not be essential that any person employed as provided by sub-regulation (1) be himself the holder of a game licence.

   (4)    Not more than one such employee may be employed at any time and the name and address of such employee shall be endorsed on the employer's game licence.

   (5) In the event of any person employed by a licensee committing, during hunting, any offence in the Act or contravening any of the terms or conditions of any such licence, the licensee shall be deemed to be guilty of the same offence unless that offence had been committed without the knowledge or against the instructions of the employer.

30.   Duplicate

   (1) Where any licence or permit issued under the Act is lost or destroyed or so damaged as to be unusable for the purposes of the Act, the appropriate issuing authority may, during the period of validity of such licence or permit, issue a duplicate thereof to the licensee or the permit holder, as the case may be, upon payment of the fee specified in respect thereof in the Second Schedule.

   (2)    A licensee or permit holder to whom a duplicate is issued under this regulation shall endorse thereon any particulars required to be endorsed by him on the licence or permit to which the duplicate relates and shall in all respects comply with the terms and conditions of issue of such licence or permit.

31.   Revocation of S.I. No. 2 of 1971

The National Parks and Wildlife (Licenses and Fees) Regulations,1971 are hereby revoked.

FIRST SCHEDULE

[Regulations 2 – 29]

PRESCRIBED FORMS

FORM NPW 1

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

APPLICATION FOR DISTRICT GAME LICENCE, 20.......

To: The Director

Station ..........................................................

Name of Applicant in Full ...............................

Age.............................................................

Postal Address ..........................................

Residential Address ......................................

National Registration Card No. ...........................

Firearm Licence No. ..................................

I ............................................. (name) hereby make application for a District Game Licence valid for ...............................................................................................................................................

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

District ........................................

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

Applicant

FORM NPW 2

[Regulation 2 (3)]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

Original to Licensee

Duplicate to Director

Triplicate to be retained in the book

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

No. ................................ DISTRICT GAME LICENCE

Name of Council ...........................................................

Station ........................................................................

Name ..........................................................................

of (postal address) .......................................................

(residential address) .................................................

Firearm Licence No. .............................................................. Calibre of weapon(s) is hereby authorised to hunt the following game animals within the area of the above-named Council:

TABLE 1: GAME ANIMALS PURCHASED UNDER THIS LICENCE

Number

Species

Council Area

Period

Fee (K)

Total animal fees

Basic Licence Fee

GrandTotal

TABLE 2: GAME ANIMALS WHICH MAY BE PURCHASED INDIVIDUALLY UNDER THIS DISTRICT GAME LICENCE

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Species

Number

Qualifications

Buffalo or Hartebeest*

1

Common duiker

1

Impala

1

Puku or Reedbuck

1

Warthog*

1

Oribi or Bushbuck

1

TABLE 3: REGISTER OF GAME ANIMALS KILLED, WOUNDED OR CAPTURED

Species

Number

Sex

Locality

District

Date

I hereby declare that the above information is a true record of all animals killed, wounded or captured by me in the Republic of Zambia under this District Game Licence.

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

Licensee

CONDITIONS OF ISSUE

1.   This licence expires on 31st December next following the date of issue.

2.   This licence is valid only in the Council area in which it is issued and is valid only if issued to a bona fide resident of that council area.

3.   All game animals killed, wounded or captured under this licence must be recorded immediately in the space provided on the reverse of this licence, within 24 hours.

4.   This licence is not valid for any Game Management Area unless otherwise endorsed by the Director.

5.   Only game animals of the species in Table 2, column 1, to the number specified in column 2, and subject to qualifications in column 3, may be purchased.

6.   No hunting is permitted of female Hartebeest or female Warthog in Eastern Province from 1 August to 31 October and in other provinces from 1st June to 31st August (inclusive).

FORM NPW 3

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

APPLICATION FOR BIRD LICENCE, 20...........

To: The Director.

Station ...........................................................................................

Name of Applicant .........................................................................

Age .................................................................................................

Postal Address ................................................................................

Residential Address ..............................................................

Firearm Licence No. ............................................................. Calibre....................................

I .....................................................................................(name) hereby apply for a Bird Licence, valid for ..............................................Province. Date................................................................................

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

Applicant

Original: To Licensee

Duplicate: To Director

Triplicate: To be retained in the book

FORM NPW 4

[Regulation 3 (1)]

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA

The National Parks and Wildlife Act

No. ..............................

BIRD LICENCE

[Regulation 3 (3)]

Station Date of issue ................................................

Name ...........................................................................

N.R.C.No. ......................................................................

Postal Address ................................................................

Residential Address ..........................................................

Firearm Licence No. .............................................................

Calibre.................................................................................... is hereby authorised to hunt any of the birds specified in Column 1, to the number specified in column 2, subject to the qualification specified in column 3.

BIRDS WHICH MAY BE HUNTED UNDER THIS BIRD LICENCE

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Species

Number

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