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Zambia's drought hits honey farmers

The widespread drought in southern Africa has had many direct effects including serious falls in crop yields and livestock deaths.

But there have been other consequences too. The falling water levels in Lake Kariba mean there is a shortage of hydroelectric power in Zambia, so people have turned to other energy sources such as charcoal.

And that has led to a huge effect on Zambia's honey industry, as the BBC's Kennedy Gondwe explains.

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