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Zambian women speaking up against men

By Kathy Short

Some women in Zambia are up in arms against local jobless men, saying they are lazy and parasitic and are happy to  depend on women for their survival.

In a largely conservative society, Zambian women are starting to speak up, challenging the men to act with dignity and take responsibility for themselves in their relations and marriages.

Kathy Short has this report from Lusaka

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