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Systematic Land Titling Updates

Systematic Land Titling

Progress in Zambia July 2022

Medici Land Governance showcases its work at the 54th Zambia International Trade Fair and the 94th Agricultural and commercial show

Medici Land Governance in partnership with the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resource this year exhibited at the 54th Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) from 29th June to 5th July in Ndola, and the 94th Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show (ZACS) held from 27th July to 1st August 2022 at the Lusaka Show grounds.

The theme for the ZITF was “Promoting Value Addition for Sustainable Growth”, while the ZACS had the theme “Innovation Through Technology – Technology Transforms Businesses”.

Both events are the country’s biggest platforms for showcasing products, services, innovations and provides opportunities for information sharing and networking. The Shows attract exhibitors from other 20 countries and have tens of thousands daily showgoers visiting the numerous stands and exhibits.

The Ministry of Lands and Medici Land Governance shared a stand at both shows and had officers from the survey, lands and deeds, GIS, communication, and public relations departments set up shop during both events. The combined teams were able to provide services such as distribution of offer letters and Certificates of Title, while also attending to client queries under both the Systematic Land Titling program

The two events were officially opened by H.E Hakainde Hichilema, President of the Republic of Zambia and were attended by numerous high-level government officials from all Ministries and government agencies. Medici Land Governance was proud to have been part of the exhibition under the auspices of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources. Medici Land Governance and MLNR officials received praise from the Hon. Elijah Muchima, Minister of Lands and Ms. Daphne Chabu, MLNR Permanent Secretary on the good work and results achieved thus far, under the National Land Titling Program through Systematic Land Titling.

Steps for Data Collection Process


This is the first part of the land survey in the systematic land titling process. At this stage, areas of interest are selected and an aerial land survey is conducted using drones, aeroplanes, or via satellite to capture high resolution images of features as they appear on the ground. The images are then post-processed, the end result being Georeferenced image tiles of high resolution that can be used in GIS related software to extract the information necessary to produce certificates of title as per land survey and planning regulations and standards.


Geographic information Systems and High-Resolution Aerial Imagery are utilized by a group of Specialized Engineers and Technicians to delineate Property boundaries in accordance with Planning Standards and assign necessary Attribute Data relating to the properties’ unique characteristics. This process is meticulously reviewed by the team to ensure accurate and precise property boundaries through Quality Assurance and Control Procedures.


Enumeration in the Systematic Land Titling Programme involves the collection of spatial and textual data from property owners in specific demarcation areas. The process is made easy with the aid of the ENUM application used by the enumerators as it contains positional GPS accuracy to solidify the procedure.

Data Review

At this stage, data from the field is received with changes on how the boundaries ought to be after being verified with property owners on the ground. The GIS team implements the Spatial Adjustments accordingly and the necessary Textual data is assigned to each property as guided by the community. Throughout this process, careful considerations are made to ensure that Land Surveying and Planning Standards are maintained.

Community Verification

Community verification which is conducted by the field team at central locations and on the ground in demarcation areas focuses on having the collected and reviewed information subjected to confirmation by property owners. The authentication process is done through the appending of signatures by property owners for the second time in readiness for production of offer letters. It is during this stage that layout, land use and verification maps are displayed for  public awareness of where their properties are sitting and the general knowledge of their community land use while handling the aspect of transparency. All dispute related cases are handled as well as spatial and textual adjustments during community verification.

Government Approval

Confirm that the Council uploads and approves the Layout plan and land use plan Review and Upload the unsigned General Plan.Review the surveyor Report sent by Glenn and send a notification to the Surveyor (Glenn) to do the approval. Upload signed surveyor report and General Plan Inform the examiner and government surveyor of area readiness for approval. Ensure the examiner downloads the GP, checks the records and approves the GP. Ensure the government surveyor uploads signed general plan in ENUM and approves the area. Ensure the land officer reviews the records and approves/rejects records one by one. Ensure the chief land officer reviews the rejected records and do a spot check to verify the work done in previous steps and approves. Ensure the commissioner of land reviews and approves the area after spot checks


steps are taken

1.Enumerator checks if landowner has the correct documentation which is their National Registration Card (NRC) and any of the following documents as proof of ownership:

a. Invitation to Treat

B. Offer Letter

C. Land record card

D. Occupancy Licence

E. Utility Bill (electricity, water)

F. Council Rate Bill

G. Letter of Sale

H. Deed of Gift

2. Enumerator checks property boundaries

3.Landowners details and documents are captured

4.Other beneficiaries are included and captured, these could be spouses,children over the age of 21 or any other beneficiaries to the property

5.Images of the property are taken

6.Landowners append their signatures

Medici Land Governance urges all Landowners to adhere to Covid-19 guidelines during this process.


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