Rix Mweemba
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'We don't know when the rain will come'

Much of southern and eastern Africa is currently in the grip of a devastating drought due to the effects of the weather pattern known as El Nino. Zimbabwe has declared a state of emergency amid fears of serious food shortages - while in neighbouring Zambia, people are bracing themselves for record food prices.

The BBC's Kennedy Gondwe now reports from one drought-affected farm in southern Zambia for Africa Business Report.

  • 08 Apr 2016
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