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Zambian Land for Sale- 6500 hectare's

6500 hectare's- Asking Price $6,000,000m USD

Agricultural Land 600 Ha                                 $1,000,000m USD
• Title Number : LN – 1002662 / 1 / 4
• Location : The Property is located at 13 Kilometers for Mpatamatu in Luanshya close to well farm
(Shoprite).
• Location Advantage :
(i) Prime Location
(ii) 30 Mins. Drive to Town Centre Luanshya.
(iii) 50 mins Drive to New Ndola International Airport.
(iv) 50 Mins Drive to Kitwe Town Centre.
(v) Kafubu River after 500 mtrs.
• Land Area and Fencing : A very large agricultural or Mining piece of land measuring about 600
hectares (approximately 1500 acres) Frontage of land. The property is a large piece of land which
is not enclosed to any boundary by any fencing and is not yet developed with any building or
Improvements.
• Land use classification : Zoned for “Agricultural” or “Mining” Use
• Land Lease Charges : Commonly referred to as ground rent (Which is calculated based on the
land area and extent of the property is supposed to be payable at the Ministry of Land. For
purposes of payment of rent the year end is 31st December and for the period (ending 31st
December 2017), Rent due and Paid.

Agricultural Land 600 Ha
• Title and Ownership :
• Services :
(i) Essential services are available in the area but not yet connected.
(ii) As the properties are vacant pieces of land not developed.
• Nature of Business Trend in that Area : Maize Farming, Mining & Ranching.
• Purpose : The land was intended to start a Ranching Project in the 600 hectares of the land. As
meat is one of the main foods for Zambians. And the meat is one of the top three commodities in
demand wise, the management of the land owner realized its importance.
• Industries Overview : Zambia with Population of approx. 17 Million with staple food being Meat and
Maize.

Commercial Land 900 Ha                      $2,500,000m USD
• Location : The properties are located on Ndola - Kitwe Main Road off Maposa Road, in Luanshya
close to Maposa power station, approximately 31 kilometers from the City’s Commercial Centre of
Ndola and other Side Kitwe.
• Location Advantage :
(i) Prime Location (Duel Carriage Road Ndola – Kitwe)
(ii) 30 Mins. Drive to Business Centre Ndola.
(iii) 25 Mins. Drive to New Ndola International Airport.
(iv) 35 Mins. Drive to Kitwe Town Centre.
• Land Area and Fencing : The properties constitute 03nos adjoining land parcels which are
adjacent to each other’s . A very large agricultural piece of land measuring about 900 hectares
(approximately 2249.98 acres) Frontage of land. The property is a vacant land currently not
developed with any building. About 30 hectares (74.13 acres) of land has been cleared.
• Land use classification : Zoned for “Commercial” , “Farming” and “Residential” Use
• Land Lease Charges : Commonly referred to as ground rent (Which is calculated based on the
land area and extent of the property is supposed to be payable at the Ministry of Land. For
purposes of payment of rent the year end is 31st December and for the period (ending 31st
December 2017), Rent due and Paid.

Commercial Land 900 Ha
• Title and Ownership : The Title to each property is a State Lease for a period of ninety nine (99)
years Farm # 32830 and Farm # 32831 from 1st August 2016 and Farm # 32829 from 1st September
2016. The property are all vested in land owner.
• Services :
(i) Essential services are available in the area but not yet connected.
(ii) As the properties are vacant pieces of land not developed.
• Intended Purpose of the Land : was planning to use the land of the 900 hectares for the for growing
of Chillie and its processing into Oleoresin.
Oleoresins are a naturally occurring combination of Oil and Resin that can be extracted from
plants. They are highly concentrated substance that exits in liquid form.
The extraction process begins with raw spices that are cleaned and ground, then the spices’ oils
are distilled using an organic solvent.
Different plants require different methods of extraction, common ways to extract are through
water (steam distillation), oil and alcohol, and each can vary in the level of concentration they
produce. The content can be controlled and fine tuned through the use of various solvents and
pressures.

Agricultural Land 5,000 Ha  $2,500,000M USD 
• Title Number : 20 Title each 250 Ha (LDC/101/26/1)
• Location : On the weather main Lufwanyama road that is partly tarred road North West of
Lufwanyama District about fifteen kilometers from the Central Business District of Lufwanyama and
approximate 65 kilometers from the Kalulushi turn off.
• Location Advantage :
(i) Prime Location
(ii) 20 Mins. Drive to Council Lufwanyama.
(iii) 45 mins Drive to Kalulushi Town.
• Land Area and Fencing : Extends to 5000 Hectares (Approximately 12355.27 acres). The property is
a large piece of land which is not enclosed to any boundary by any fencing and is not yet
developed with any building or improvements.
• Land use classification : Zoned for “Agricultural” and "Mining" Use
• Land Lease Charges : Commonly referred to as ground rent (Which is calculated based on the
land area and extent of the property is supposed to be payable at the Ministry of Land. For
purposes of payment of rent the year end is 31st December and for the period (ending 31st
December 2017), Rent due and Paid.
• Title and Ownership : A State lease for a period of ninety nine (99) years vested in owners name.

Agricultural Land 5,000 Ha
2. Kagem Emerald Mine, Lufwanyama, Copperbelt, Zambia : Company founded
in 1984 to regain control of mines in the Kafubu district. Apparently "Africa’s
largest emerald mine" (Elements 5 (2009) p. 157). 15-20% of the emerald world
production comes out of this mine (Behling, 2009). The mine covers an area of 1
square km. Emerald crystals of very high quality are extracted from quartz lenses.

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