ZNS gets new equipment

By Cecilia Zyambo The Zambia National Service -ZNS- has bought 10 tipper trucks for use in the construction of 11 dams in the country. This is at a cost of 16.2 million kwacha Defence Minister, AMBROSE LUFUMA says the trucks will enhance ZNS’ response to solutions for the drought, which the country is experiencing. Speaking

Drought disaster & emergency response team constituted

By Wilson Mulinda Defence Minister AMBROSE LUFUMA has constituted a drought disaster and emergency response team to actualise President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA’s directive to the defence wings to mitigate the drought situation. Mr. LUFUMA has also tasked the Zambia National Service -ZNS- to immediately start preparations for irrigated maize in all farms that have centre pivot

ZNS mealie meal safe – CHINTALA

By Mark Ziligone The Millers Association of Zambia-MAZ- is satisfied that the Eagles Mealie Meal produced by the Zambia National Service –ZNS- has no Genetically Modified Organisms -GMO. MAZ President ANDREW CHINTALA says he is content with the measures that Government has put in place to prevent the offloading of GMO mealie meal on the

Govt assures ZNS of stable supply of maize

By Mark Ziligone Government has assured that there will be a sustainable supply of maize to Zambia National Service -ZNS- milling plants to stabilise the mealie meal prices in the country. Defence Minister AMBROSE LUFUMA says the country is projected to record a good crop yield which will increase supply of maize grain to plants

ZNS receives kudos

By Mark Ziligone President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has commended the Zambia National Service -ZNS- for its contribution to agriculture and other sectors of national development. President HICHILEMA says the service has exhibited impressive dedication towards the country’s development. The Head of State says the service has also been instrumental in responding to pressing needs of the nation.

Smuggling should be curbed – LUFUMA

(ZANIS) Defence Minister AMBROSE LUFUMA says smuggling is NOT over, but has reached manageable levels. Mr. LUFUMA says officers should remain vigilant to ensure smuggling is ended. He said this when he addressed defence forces at a meeting in Kasama. And Mr LUFUMA has appealed to the men and women in uniform to maintain the


By Ruth Chayinda Government has announced cross cutting measures to curb the smuggling of mealie meal and maize. Defence Minister AMBROSE LUFUMA says among the measures government has put in place is the heightened security and patrols on the Copperbelt and the Northern circuit. Mr. LUFUMA says anti- smuggling teams have been formed in affected
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