|Native to||Namibia, Angola|
Kwangali, or RuKwangali, is a Bantu language spoken by 85,000 people along the Okavango River in Namibia, where it is a national language, and in Angola. It is one of several Bantu languages of the Okavango which have click consonants; these are the dental clicks c and gc, along with prenasalization and aspiration. It also has a nasal glottal approximant.
Maho (2009) includes Mbundza as a dialect, but excludes Sambyu, which he includes in Manyo.
- Dammann, Ernst (1957). Studien zum Kwangali: Grammatik, Texte, Glossar. Hamburg: Cram, de Gruyter
- Derek Nurse & Gérard Philippson, The Bantu languages, 2003:569.
- Rukwangali/English for Children, Éditions du Cygne, 2013, ISBN 978-2-84924-310-7
- Biblical passages in Kwangali
|Other Bantu languages|
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.
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