The Globacom-sponsored CNN African Voices Changemakers will this weekend continue its tradition of showcasing Africans who are making positive impacts on the African continent with two entertainment stars from Zambia.

The magazine programme which goes on air at 8.30 am on Friday will feature hip-hop artiste, Mwila Musonda, and dancer, Taonga Tembo.

A statement on Saturday said repeat editions of the programme come up on Saturday at 11.30 pm, 4.30 pm and 7.30 pm and on Sunday at 4.00 am, 8.30 am and 7.30 pm.

It stated that further repeats of the programme are broadcast at 4.30 am on Monday and at 530 pm on Tuesday,”

The statement read in part, “Musonda, who is popularly known as Slapdee, was born in 1987.  He began his career in hip hop and rap as a high school student, and grew to become one of the pioneers of Zambian hip-hop music. He has won multiple awards, including the 2009 Ngoma Music Award for best hip hop artist and the AFRIMM Award nomination(s) for Best Male (artist) Southern Africa. He also won nine Zambian Music awards for best male and hip-hop artist and six Sun FM Kwacha Music Awards.”