The Zambian Government have closed down a Chinese restaurant in the capital, Lusaka, for allegedly discrimination against locals.
Reports have it that the restaurant denied entry to a Zambian man, then termed him as a foreigner.
The man described the incident as racist.
Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa has also accused the restaurant of selling products labelled in Chinese and not English as prescribed by law.
Apartheid finished [ended] a long time ago in Lusaka after Zambia gained independence in 1964,” the mayor told local media.