Burundian shop owner Javan Bahema
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Zambian businesses rebuild after xenophobic riots

Things remain tense in Zambia, just a couple of weeks after violence targeting foreigners erupted in the capital Lusaka when shops - owned mainly by Rwandans - were burned and looted, after mobs accused them of ritual killings.

President Lungu said he was ashamed by the violence, in which two local people died.

For Africa Business Report, the BBC's Kennedy Gondwe looks at how the businesses are recovering in Lusaka.

  • 06 May 2016
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