Let’s Talk about Sex – April 2015

Let’s Talk about Sex – April 2015 Petterik
Jane Labous meets the forward-looking alangizi (or 'initiators') who are revolutionising one of Zambia's most ancient traditions

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Presented by Chris Fitch. Reporting by Jane Labous.

For more on this story, see the April 2015 edition of Geographical Magazine

 

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