Luanda is a province of Angola. It has an area of 2,417 square kilometres (933 sq mi) and a population of 6,542,942 in 2014. Luanda is the capital of the province and the country of Angola. Despite this, the city occupies 113 square kilometres (44 sq mi), or less than a half of a percentage of the total area of the province. In 2011 Luanda Province was subdivided into seven municipalities, namely, Luanda, Belas, Cacuaco, Cazenga, Icolo e Bengo, Quiçama and Viana. These are again subdivided into 47 Communes (Comunas). The new reform of 2011 moved the municipalities Icolo e Bengo and Quiçama from Bengo to Luanda Province. The administrative reform significantly increased the land area of Luanda Province. Governors of the Luanda Province have included: Francisca Espírito Santo (circa 2009-2010), Jose Maria dos Santos (circa 2011-2013), and Graciano Francisco Domingos (circa 2014).