|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|• Governor||Larousse Kabula Mavula|
|• Total||89,974 km2 (34,739 sq mi)|
|• Density||22/km2 (57/sq mi)|
Kwango is one of the 26 provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Its capital is Kenge. It takes its name from the Kwango River, a tributary of the Kasai River that defines the international boundary between the DRC and Angola.
The capital of Kwango district is Kenge. Other towns include Popokabaka, Feshi, Kasongo Lunda, Lusanga and Kahemba. The province is in the southwest of the DRC, bordering Angola to the south. Territories are:
Kwango previously existed as a province from 1962 to 1966. Presidents (from 1965, governors)
- 23 September 1962 – 11 November 1962 Albert Delvaux (fl. 1918)
- November 1962 Emmanuel Mayamba
- 1962 – April 1963 Alphonse Pashi
- August 1963 – April 1964 Pierre Masikita (1st time)
- April 1964 – 30 September 1964 Belunda Kavunzu
- 30 September 1964 –24 August 1965 Joseph Kulumba
- 24 August 1965 – 25 April 1966 Pierre Masikita (2nd time)
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