A recent parliamentary report provides a good assessment of the state of land administration in Zambia. A big conclusion is that the country is desperately in need of a national policy on land. But even more desperate is that we do not have proper lands registry because there has been no land audit in Zambia since independence. So no one knows who owns what land and in what proportion. The report is also available via the National Assembly.
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