CHAPTER 465 - TOLLS ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Tolls (Entry Fees Etc.) Regulations, 1997

Tolls Regulations, 2013

TOLLS (ENTRY FEES ETC.) REGULATIONS, 1997

[Section 28]

Arrangements of Regulations

Regulation

   1.   Title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Entry fees

   4.   Purchase of fuel and lubricants

   5.   Revocation of S.I. No. 129 of 1983

      SCHEDULE

SI 125 of 1997.

 

1.   Title

These regulations may be cited as the Tolls (Entry Fee etc.) Regulations, 1997.

 

2.   Interpretation

<PS:"L8In these regulations unless the context otherwise requires–

“appointed dealer” means a dealer in fuel or lubricants who has been appointed by the Board for the purposes of these regulations and whose appointment, name and address have been notified in the Gazette;

“COMESA Treaty” means the Treaty establishing the common market for Eastern and Southern African States; and

“COMESA licence” means a licence issued under the COMESA Treaty.

 

3.   Entry fees

   (1) The entry fee for a heavy goods vehicle as provided for in section 18 of the Act–

      (a)   for vehicles registered outside Zambia and for which a valid COMESA licence has not been issued in the country where the carrier is resident or established, shall be one hundred and 20 United States dollars or the equivalent of that amount in such other currency as the Minister may prescribe; and

      (b)   for vehicles registered outside Zambia and for which a valid COMESA licence has been issued in the country where the carrier is resident or established, shall be such fee according to the class of heavy vehicle as set out in the Schedule to these Regulations or the equivalent of that amount in such other currency as the Minister may prescribe.

   (2) The Board may by notice in the Gazette, notify the procedures for making payments under these Regulations.

 

4.   Purchase of fuel and lubricants

   (1) A person to whom section 20 of the Act applies shall not purchase any fuel or lubricants otherwise than in accordance with this regulation.

   (2) A person to whom section 20 applies shall–

      (a)   purchase fuel or lubricants only from an appointed dealer and;

      (b)   make payments for such fuel or lubricants in a prescribed currency in accordance with regulation 3.

   (3) The price of any fuel or lubricants sold under this regulation shall not differ from the price ordinarily paid by customers to whom this regulation does not apply:

Provided that if the government has allowed any particular subsidy or rebate to any class of users in Zambia, for example, as for agricultural use, then benefits of the subsidy or rebate shall not be available to a purchaser to whom this regulation applies.

   (4) Where the Board is satisfied that due to circumstances beyond the control of the person to whom this regulation applies a heavy goods vehicles was stranded for want of fuel or lubricants and to mobilise such heavy goods vehicle and enable it to reach the nearest appointed dealer, such person purchased a reasonable amount of fuel or lubricants in contravention of this regulation and that the matter was brought to the attention of the Board or the issue a certificate in that behalf.

   (5) A certificate issued under sub-regulation (4) shall be deemed, in respect of the purchase to have exempted that person and any person who sold the fuel or lubricant from the application of this regulation.

 

5.   Revocation of S.I. No. 129 of 1983

<PS:"L8The Tolls (Entry Fee, etc) Regulations, 1983 are hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE

[Regulation 3]

Route 

Distance in Kilometres 

Buses US$ 

Rigid vehicle with up to 3 Axles US$ 

Vehicle with multiple Axles US$ 

1. Chirundu-kafue 

90 

5.00 

6.00 

10.00 

2. Chirundu-Lusaka 

136 

7.00 

8.00 

14.00 

3. Kazungula-Sesheke 

136 

7.00 

8.00 

14.00 

4. Kazugula-Livingstone 

60 

5.00 

4.00 

6.00 

5. Sesheke-livingstone 

190 

10.00 

11.00 

19.00 

6. Kazungula-Mongu 

440 

22.00 

26.00 

44.00 

7. Livingstone-kalomo 

126 

6.00 

8.00 

13.00 

8. Livingstone-Choma 

188 

9.00 

11.00 

19.00 

9. Livingsotne- Monze 

250 

13.00 

15.00 

25.00 

10. Lvingstone-Mazabuka 

350 

18.00 

21.00 

35.00 

11. Livingstone-Kafue 

430 

22.00 

26.00 

43.00 

12. Livingstone-Lusaka 

470 

24.00 

28.00 

47.00 

13. Chirundu-Kabwe 

270 

14.00 

16.00 

27.00 

14. Lusaka-kabwe 

138 

7.00 

8.00 

14.00 

15. Lusaka-Kapiri Mposhi 

200 

10.00 

12.00 

20.00 

16. Lusaka-Ndola 

320 

16.00 

19.00 

32.00 

17. Lusaka-Kitwe 

358 

18.00 

21.00 

36.00 

18. Lusak-Luanshya 

330 

17.00 

20.00 

33.00 

19. Lusaka-Mufulira 

400 

20.00 

24.00 

40.00 

20. Lusaka Mufulira 

410 

21.00 

25.00 

41.00 

21. Chirundu-Kasumbalesa 

578 

29.00 

35.00 

58.00 

22. Chirundu-Mwami 

745 

37.00 

45.00 

75.00 

23. Chirundu-Nakonde 

1150 

58.00 

69.00 

115.00 

24. Lusaka-Kasama 

852 

43.00 

51.00 

85.00 

25. Lusaka-Mbala 

1015 

51.00 

61.00 

102.00 

26. Lusaka-Mansa 

590 

30.00 

36.00 

59.00 

27. Kasumbalesa-Nakonde 

1014 

51.00 

61.00 

101.00 

28. Kasumbalesa-Mwami 

1035 

52.00 

62.00 

103.00 

29. Ndola-Luanshya 

32 

2.00 

2.00. 

32.00 

30. Ndola-Chingola 

110 

6.00 

7.00. 

11.00 

31. Ndola-Mongu 

800 

40.00 

48.00 

80.00 

32. Ndola-Mpulungu 

960 

48.00 

58.00 

96.00 

33. Lusaka-Lundazi 

780 

39.00 

47.00 

78.00 

34. Lusaka-Mpulungu 

1050 

53.00 

63.00 

105.00 

35. Chipata-Mpulungu 

1657 

83.00 

99.00 

166.00 

36. Victoria falls-Lusaka 

480 

24.00 

29.00 

48.00 

37. Victoria Falls-Sesheke 

200 

10.00 

12.00 

20.00 

38. Kabwe-Nakonde 

878 

44.00 

53.00 

88.00 

39. Kabwe-Mwami 

740 

37.00 

44.00 

74.00 

40. Kitwe-chirundu 

495 

25.00 

30.00 

50.00 

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