Kunda people

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This article is about the African ethnic group. For other uses, see Kunda.

The Kunda people are an ethnic group of Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique. They number approximately at 193,913 people. They speak the Chikunda/Chinyanja language, a Bantu language in the Bantu subfamily.

Most Kunda live near the Mwazam'tanda River. They celebrate an annual festival called the Malaila festival.[1]

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