In 1922 emigrants from villages on the north bank of the Zambezi River working in a mica mine near Urungwe were converted. They carried home the message of salvation to their chief, and established meeting places in their villages. Two years later, Commandant Kunzwi Shava and Lieutenant Paul Shumba were appointed to command the new opening.
The Zambia Division in the Rhodesia Territory became the Zambia Command in 1966.
In 1988, the Malawi Division was transferred from the Zimbabwe Territory to form the new Zambia and Malawi Territory. The Zambia and Malawi Territory became the Zambia Territory on 1 October 2002 when Malawi became an independent region.
Country included in the territory: Zambia
Languages in which the gospel is preached: Chibemba, Chinyanja, Chitonga, English, Kaonde, Lozi
Colonel Alfred Banda - Territorial Commander
Colonel Pamela Banda - Territorial President for Women's Ministries
Lieut-Colonel Ireen Hachamba - Chief Secretary
Plot 8 Great North Road
off Chishango Road
PO Box 34352
Tel:  1 238291/228327
Officers - 296 (active - 244 retired - 72)
Cadets - 23 Employees - 239
Corps - 156 Outposts - 286
Senior Soldiers - 32,315 Adherents - 2,073 Junior Soldiers - 11,908