CHAPTER 249 - TSETSE CONTROL ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Declaration of Tsetse Fly Areas

Tsetse Control (Chingola West Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Chipengali Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Eastern Lunga and Luswishi Catchment Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Feira Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Kalomo-Ngwezi Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Luano Valley Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Machili Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Mulungushi Dam Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control (Mumbwa-Namwala (North) Tsetse Fly Area) Regulations

Tsetse Control Picket Regulations

DECLARATION OF TSETSE FLY AREAS

[Section 3]

[Notices by the Minister]

GN 270 of 1953.

THE CHINGOLA WEST TSETSE FLY AREA

The area is situated in the Chingola District and comprises approximately 160 square kilometres, the boundaries whereof are more particularly described as follows:

Starting at the point on the western boundary of Mr. B. Rudge’s farm, where it is intersected by the northern boundary of the Chingola-Solwezi 320 kilometres wide road reserve, the boundary follows the north-western boundary of Mr. Rudge’s farm in a north-easterly direction to the point where it is intersected by the eastern edge of the motor track to Mr. Evan’s small-holding on the Kafue River; thence northwards along the eastern edge of this motor track and skirting the boundaries of Mr. Evan’s smallholding, so as to include it within the area, to the right bank of the Kafue River; thence generally westwards along the right bank of the Kafue River to a point on it where it is met by the western edge of the motor track leading to Mr. Hepker’s recreational plot; thence in a southerly direction along the western edge of this motor track to the point where it is intersected by the northern boundary of the Chingola-Solwezi 320 kilometres wide road reserve; thence generally eastwards along the northern boundary of the Chingola-Solwezi 320 kilometres wide road reserve to the point of starting.

THE CHIPENGALI TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 215 of 1954.

The area is situated in the Chipata District and comprises approximately 1008 square kilometres, the boundaries whereof are more particularly described as follows:

Starting at the junction of the Mchenche Stream with the Rukuzi River, the boundary follows up the Mchenche Stream to its source near the Chipata-Lundazi District boundary; thence in a general easterly and south-easterly direction along the Chipata-Lundazi District boundary to the point where it intersects the Chipata-Lundazi main road; thence southwards along this road to the point where it intersects the Chipengali River near its source; thence down the Chipengali River to its junction with the Rukuzi River; thence down the Rukuzi River to the point of starting.

THE EASTERN LUNGA AND LUSWISHI CATCHMENT TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 178 of 1955.

The area is situated in the Kasempa, Solwezi, Mumbwa, Kabwe Rural and Ndola Rural Districts, the boundaries whereof are more particularly described as follows:

From the confluence of the Lufupa and Kafue Rivers, the boundary follows up the Lufupa River to its source; thence in a straight line due north to a point on the common boundary of the Kasempa and Solwezi Districts; thence in an easterly direction along this boundary to the confluence of the Luma and Lunga Rivers; thence up the Lunga River to its confluence with the Nyingwe River; thence up the Nyingwe River to its source; thence in a straight line in an easterly direction to the source of the Chipupushi River; thence in a straight line in a south-easterly direction to the source of the Mushingashi River; thence in a straight line in a sourth-esterly direction to the source of the Mukela River; thence down the Mukela River to its junction with the Luswishi River; thence in a straight line in a south-easterly direction to the source of the Ntanga (North) Stream; thence down the Ntanga (North) Stream to its confluence with the Lufwanyama River; thence down the Lufwanyama River to the confluence of the Mitwe Stream; thence in a north-easterly direction up the Mitwe Stream to its source; thence in a straight line in a south-easterly direction to the source of the Mwelushi River; thence down the Mwelushi River to its confluence with the Kafue River; thence down the Kafue River to the point of starting.

THE FEIRA TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 218 of 1947,

GN 39 of 1951.

The area is situated in the Lusaka District and comprises approximately 6682.2 kilometres generally in the region known as the Old Feira District, the boundaries whereof are more particularly described as follows:

Starting from the point where the Great East Road intersects the eastern boundary of the Soli Shamifwe Reserve No. XVI, the boundary follows due north to a point on the southern boundary of the Luano-Lala Reserve No. XIV; thence in a generally east by north-easterly direction along the last-mentioned boundary to the confluence of the Lunsemfwa River with the Luangwa River; thence down the Luangwa River to its confluence with the Zambezi River and up the Zambezi River to its confluence with the Misandya Stream; thence up the Misandya Stream to its source; thence in a line due north to a point on the boundary of the Soli Shamifwe Reserve No. XVI; thence along that boundary in a general easterly direction to the point of starting.

THE KALOMO-NGWEZI TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 150 of 1957.

The area is situated in the Kalomo District to the west of Kalomo Township and comprises approximately 1120 square kilometres, the boundaries whereof being more particularly defined as follows:

Starting at the confluence of the eastern Mwemba Stream with the Ngwezi River, the boundary runs in a straight line in a north-westerly direction to the north-east corner of the Toka Reserve No. XXIV; thence along the northern boundary of this reserve in a westerly direction to the western Mwemba Stream; thence up this stream to its source; thence following a demarcated line cut in a straight line in a north-westerly direction to the source of the Sianyunga Stream; thence down this stream to its confluence with the Sichifula River; thence up this river to its source; thence in a straight line in a north-north-easterly direction to Siakunda Hill on the southern boundary of the Ila-Tonga Reserve No. XXII; thence in a south-easterly direction along this boundary to the Kalomo River; thence down this river to the point where it meets the northern boundary of Farm No. 1768; thence westwards along the northern boundary of this farm and north-westwards and south-westwards along the north-eastern and north-western boundaries of Farm No. 357a, Langlaagte, to the Mwezi River; thence down the Mwezi River to the point where it meets the north-western boundary of Farm No. 358a, Mwezi; thence in a south-westerly direction along the north-western boundary of this farm to its most westerly corner beacon; thence in a straight line in a south-westerly direction to Beacon P2, the north- west corner beacon of Farm No. 73a, Lion Kop Ranch; thence in a south-westerly direction along the western boundary of this farm to the Ngwezi River; thence down the Ngwezi River to its confluence with the eastern Mwemba Stream, the point of starting.

THE LUANO VALLEY TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 253 of 1957.

The area is situated in the Lusaka, Kabwe Rural and Mkushi Districts and comprises approximately 5632 square kilometres, the boundaries whereof are more particularly described as follows:

Starting at the confluence of the Mala Stream with the Mwomboshi River, the boundary runs up the Mala Stream to its intersection with the north-eastern boundary of Farm No. 696

“Chipembe Mission”; thence along the north-eastern and south-eastern boundary of this farm to its most southerly corner beacon on the north-eastern boundary of Farm No. 1135; thence in a generally southerly direction along the eastern boundaries of Farms Nos. 1135, 1137 and 695 to the southernmost corner beacon of the latter farm; thence in a southerly direction following the boundary between Trust Land No. V and State Land to the north-eastern corner beacon of Farm No. 1350; thence southward along the eastern boundary of this farm to its intersection with the boundary between the Kabwe Rural and Lusaka Districts; thence in an easterly direction along the latter boundary to the Chainama Hills; thence eastwards along the line of these hills to the Mwapula River; thence down the Mwapula River to its confluence with the Chiwuyu Stream; thence up this stream to its intersection with the Great East Road near Chinunu Fly Picket; thence along the southern boundary of the Great East Road reserve to the Luangwa River Bridge; thence up the Luangwa River to its confluence with the Luansemfwa River; thence up the Luansemfwa River to its confluence with the Lukasashi River; thence up the Lukasashi River to its confluence with the Chambezi Stream; thence up the Chambezi Stream to the point where it emerges from the eastern end of the Chifukunya Hills; thence in a generally south-westerly direction along the line of these hills to the Muchinga escarpment; thence in a westerly direction along this escarpment to the Mulungushi River; thence up the Mulungushi River to its confluence with the Mwomboshi River; thence up the Mwomboshi River to the point of starting.

THE MACHILI TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 52 of 1959.

The area is situated in the Kalomo District and part of the Livingstone District, comprising approximately 640 square kilometres, the boundaries whereof are more particularly defined as follows:

Starting at mile peg 89 (Mulanga) on the Zambesi Saw Mills Railway, the boundary follows the eastern boundary of the railway reserve southwards to peg 64 (Sala siding); thence westwards along the Sala River to the point where it runs into the Sala dambo. From this point westwards along the northern edge of the Sala dambo to the point where a trace of 3.2 to 4.8 kilometres has been cut through woodland to join up with the Kasaya dambo. Along this trace thence along the southern edge of the Kasaya dambo to the junction of the Kasaya with the Machili River. Thence northwards along the Machili River for approximately fifty-six kilometres to where a cut trace from the east, being an extension of the Forestry Department Mulanga firebreak line, meets the Machili River. Thence eastwards along this line and the Mulanga firebreak line back to the starting point.

THE MULUNGUSHI DAM TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 117 of 1958.

An area in the Kabwe Rural and Mkushi Districts bounded as follows:

Starting at the point of intersection of the Mulungushi-Lunsemfwa Mine Road with the eastern boundary of Farm No. 837 (Mulungushi Falls), the boundary proceeds in a westerly and north- westerly direction along this road, or the power transmission line, whichever is the most northerly, to the Tsetse control picket at approximately Mile Peg No. 16; thence in a north- easterly direction along the watershed between the Mswishi and Mututu Rivers to a point due south of the confluence of the Mswishi and Chowa Rivers; thence northwards to the said confluence; thence in a straight line in an easterly direction to the confluence of the Muwofwe and Mulungushi Rivers; thence southwards down the left bank of this latter river to its point of intersection with the northern boundary of Farm No. 836 (Mulungushi Dam); thence eastwards and generally southwards along the northern and eastern boundaries of this farm and Farm No. 837 (Mulungushi Falls) to the point of intersection of the eastern boundary of this latter farm with the Mulungushi-Lunsemfwa Mine Road, the point of starting.

THE MUMBWA-NAMWALA (NORTH) TSETSE FLY AREA

GN 179 of 1955,

GN 401 of 1962.

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