A 13-year-old boy from a slum in Zambia is on his way to learning how to fly thanks to help from BBC radio listeners who heard his story. BBC reporter Jo Fidgen tells us about meeting the boy, Joseph Banda.
The BBC's Jo Fidgen explores one of the roughest parts of Zambia's capital, Lusaka. A local boy serves as a guide through Chiboly, a massive slum often nicknamed ï¿½Baghdadï¿½ for the widespread violence there.
A leading Zambian journalist went on trial today for circulating pornography. She sent government officials photos of a woman who had to give birth in a hospital parking lot. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Jo Fidgen in Lusaka
In the African nation of Zambia, abortion is legal, but few medical clinics offer the procedure and women therefore try it themselves. A hospital in Zambia's capital, Lusaka, aims to save women's lives by making abortion safer and more widely available.
Is it time to rethink aid to Africa? Economist Dambisa Moyo is on tour to discuss her theories and her latest book, 'Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa.' Moyo and journalist Lynn Sherr visit The Takeaway.
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