Audio slideshow: Zambia's Flooding festival

Kuomboka is the largest ceremony in Zambia, when the king of the Lozi people moves from his flooded summer capital to higher ground for the winter.

Experience the colourful sights and sounds of the spectacle with one of the king's ministers, Induna Katema.

Photography: Kieron Humphrey.
Slideshow production: Jo Fidgen and Paul Kerley.
Publication 12 May 2009.


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