List of Angolans

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Notable people from Angola include:

Clergy[edit]

Military[edit]

  • João de Matos, military general[5]
  • Nzingha, 17th-century queen of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms of the Mbundu people in southwestern Africa - also known as Ana de Sousa Nzinga Mbande

Musicians[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Athletes[edit]

Writers[edit]

See: List of Angolan writers

This is a list of Angolan writers, ordered alphabetically by surname.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bishop Oscar Lino Lopes Fernandes Braga catholic-hierarchy.org
  2. ^ Manuel Franklin da Costa catholic-hierarchy.org
  3. ^ "Archbishop Damião António Franklin". Catholic-Hierarchy.org.
  4. ^ Alexandre do Nascimento catholic-hierarchy.org
  5. ^ "Angola admits involvement in Congo" 31 August 1998, BBC News
  6. ^ Aline Frazão
  7. ^ Anselmo Ralph
  8. ^ http://platinaline.com/anna-joyce-regressa-aos-singles-tema-destino/
  9. ^ Davis, Clive (2009) "Bonga Bairro", The Sunday Times, 18 January 2009
  10. ^ "Singing Gift Contributes to Yola Semedo's Music Quality". Angola Times. 11 October 2010. Retrieved 27 October 2010.
  11. ^ https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-43401024
  12. ^ Georg M. Gugelberger, Marxism and African literature, p. 147.
  13. ^ "Maria João Chipalavela", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  14. ^ "Alexandre Dáskalos", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  15. ^ "Maria Alexandre Dáskalos", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  16. ^ "Raul David", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  17. ^ Patrick Chabal, The Post-Colonial Literature of Lusophone Africa, 1996, pp. 159–60.
  18. ^ "Ernesto Lara Filho", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  19. ^ "Domingos Florentino", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  20. ^ "Duque Kate Hama", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  21. ^ Rogers, Sean. "Sousa Jamba". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 18 February 2009. Accessed 17 February 2011.
  22. ^ "Sousa Jamba", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  23. ^ "Kandjila", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  24. ^ "Luís Kandjimbo (Luís Domingos)", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  25. ^ "Dia Kassembe". Aflit.arts.uwa.edu.au. Retrieved 2011-11-11.
  26. ^ "Manuel de Santos Lima", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  27. ^ Livro ´´À conquista da dispersão à Kianda`` é lançado quinta-feira, ANGOP, 3 October 2010
  28. ^ João Maimona – Plural Editores Archived 5 September 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  29. ^ "Cikakata Mbalundu (Aníbal Simões)", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  30. ^ "Manuel Rui Monteiro" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-11-11.
  31. ^ "Frederico Ningi", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  32. ^ "Inácio Rebelo de Andrade", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  33. ^ "Alcides Sakala Simões", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  34. ^ "Aires de Almeida Santos", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  35. ^ [1]
  36. ^ "Timóteo Ulika (Cornélio Caley)", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  37. ^ "Mota Yekenha", Nação Ovimbundu.org
  1. [Gikandi] Simon Gikandi, ed., Encyclopedia of African Literature. Routledge; 2002. ISBN 978-0-415-23019-3
  2. [Gikandi & Mwangi] Simon Gikandi & Evan Mwangi, ed., The Columbia Guide to East African Literature in English Since 1945. Columbia University Press; 2007. ISBN 978-0-231-12520-8
  3. [Killam & Rowe] Douglas Killam & Ruth Rowe, eds., The Companion to African Literatures. James Currey & Indiana University Press; 2000. ISBN 0-253-33633-3
  4. [Jahn] Janheinz Jahn, Ulla Schild & Almut Nordmann Seiler, eds., Who's who in African Literature: Biographies, Works, Commentaries. Horst Erdmann Verlag, 1972. ISBN 978-3-7711-0153-4

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