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  • An Outstanding Investment proposal with CRMG & The Bemba Royal Establishment on 26,000 well watered Zambian hectares.

    Mungwi Farming Corporation

    THIS PROPOSAL IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO SOPHISTICATED EXPERIENCED INVESTORS

    North Zambia Holdings Limited and Mungwi Farming Corporation Limited

    Autumn - Winter 2019 5,000 ordinary shares are offered in North Zambia Holdings Limited (A single purpose holding company registered in England and Wales) at $2000 per share. There is a minimum subscription of ten shares. 5,000 shares equates to 30% of Mungwi Farming Corporation Limited which is a Company registered in Zambia No 120160008299 and the 100% owner of the leases described

  • • 45 kms East of Kasama, the provincial capital of Northern Province, Zambia

    • Markets: easy access to Tanzania, Malawi, The DRC & Central Africa

    MUNGWI FARMLAND Where is it?

    Chavuma

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    Mbala Mporokoso

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    Mpika

    Lukulu

    Kariba

    Chinhoyi

    Chirundu

    Kafue

    Mayuka

    Chilanga

    Kalomo

    Samfya Mansa

    Mongu

    Solwezi

    Ndola

    Rufunsa

    Mansa

    Mongu

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    Kabwe

    Kasama

    Livingstone

    Chipata

    Lilongwe

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    Mungwi Farming Corporation

    Mungwi Farming Corporation

  • WHY? Mungwi Farming Corporation

    • 99 year fully registered (PACRA) leases over 26,000 hectares

    • Most stable democracy in Southern Africa, liberal banking without exchange control

    • Good climate and land with large areas of alluvial “dambo” soils

    • Two rivers running through the land with scope to create substantial dams.

    • Capacity to create rapid asset value appreciation

    • Good road connections with regional airport 45 kms west

    • Ability to grow and process high value export and local products at competitive cost

    “The population in Africa is rapidly expanding, and by 2060

    the region will hold an estimated 2.8 billion people.” WORLD BANK OCTOBER 2015

  • THE PROJECT Mungwi Farming Corporation

    • The proposal is for a flexible phased development of the water resources, land assets and labour force to deliver very high investor returns in under 5 years

    • The clear objective is to only progress with crops which will deliver high “farm gate” value but those with high international appeal & demand

    • Proven technology with highly skilled specialists with crop and country knowhow

  • THE CROPS Phase 1Mungwi Farming Corporation

    Bananas for dehydration Grow well in the region, fast first crop 12 – 14 months, fundamentally easy, re crop every year.

    First return under 18 months

    Mangoes for dehydration Grow wild with over 90% of existing crop allowed to rot. Will revitalise existing trees and transplant immature seedlings to new orchard areas.

    First return under 18 months

    Fish Traditional huge demand in country; serious shortfall (over 60,000 mts imported 2017) due to over fishing of immature fish. High sales value no processing.

    First return 12 months after dam 70% full

    Coffee Arabica Proven cultivation in region with history of high quality and demand.

    First yield year four

    Mungwi Farming Corporation

  • TIMELINE TO SALESMungwi Farming Corporation

    Bananas 15 months to dried product, 17 months to first sale: first crop estimate

    USD 700,000 value

    Mangoes 18-20 months to dried product (poss harvest month 8-10): first crop estimate

    USD 280,000 value

    Combined estimated gross sales value at 36-48 months over USD 5,100,000 per annum

    Fish 30 months estimate (depends on rainfall) first harvest from start: first crop estimate

    USD 1,500,000 value

    Coffee 36 months half crop, 48 months full, first crop estimate

    USD 315,000 value

  • EIA, Dam1 design & mangoes

    THE PHASESMungwi Farming Corporation

    EIA, Dam1 design & logistics and machinery Plan community support programme.Phase 1A 2019/20

    Dam and logistics complete, dehydration & processing, plant, plant bananas, first coffee planting. Start fish farming. Start community support and education/health programme.

    Phase 1B 2020/21

    First full harvest bananas and full dried fruit production. First limited fish harvest.2021/22

    Possible first coffee harvest, 1500mts+ fish, 600+mts dried fruit.2022/23

  • EIA, Dam1 design & mangoes

    VALUE AND THE FUTUREMungwi Farming Corporation

    By the end of Phase 1, CRMG envisage that the tangible asset value of Mungwi should exceed USD 20.0 millions, that gross sales will exceed USD 5.1 millions per annum and

    net (EBITDA) of USD 2.7 millions per annum.

    The project will also have started and be operating a valuable business and a demonstrable community support operation in a hitherto deprived area.

    At the end of Phase 1 there will be the possible opportunity for investors to exit.

    There will also be the ability to look forward to further expansion into other crops and processes, malting barley, other fruits, tourism, serviced letting? There are, after all,

    over 20,000 hectares still unused!

  • Mungwi Farming Corporation

    www.crmglobal.co.uk

    BRIAN FUDGE

    Tel Norfolk +44 (0) 1362 638343 Mobile UK +44 7827 317 596 Email Bfudge@crmglobal.co.uk

    GUY CHEYNEY

    Tel Norfolk +44 (0) 1362 638343 Mobile UK +44 7768 396 277 Email gcheyney@crmglobal.co.uk

    H HOW TO INVEST

    Only sophisicated experienced Investors are invited to consider this proposal which is strictly limited to 5000 shares.

    To invest or obtain more detailed information contact :