Zambian supermarkets are told to support local farmers

In Zambia, the government has told large supermarkets to start stocking locally-produced foodstuffs in an effort to support the country's farmers.

Although the value of the local currency - the kwacha - has fallen, some supermarkets are still importing basic commodities such as potatoes.

The BBC's Kennedy Gondwe reports from the capital of Zambia, Lusaka, for Africa Business Report.