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Ndala is located in Mozambique
Location in Mozambique
Coordinates: 12°51′6″S 39°30′21″E / 12.85167°S 39.50583°E / -12.85167; 39.50583Coordinates: 12°51′6″S 39°30′21″E / 12.85167°S 39.50583°E / -12.85167; 39.50583
Country  Mozambique
Province Cabo Delgado Province
District Ancuabe District
Time zone Central Africa Time (UTC+2)

Ndala is a village in Ancuabe District in Cabo Delgado Province in northeastern Mozambique.[1]

Ndala is a common name in central and southern parts of Africa. Ndala has two main meanings:

1. Ndala is an honorific title given to a royal family or a royal generation ( specially in some tribes of Republic Democratic of Congo). It can also be translated as Prince or Princess.

2. Ndala also means palm branches. In Africa, the palm branch represents a symbol of triumph and victory, also a symbol of joy and celebration. The palm branch is also often used on a house of a bereaved family as a sign of comfort and a reminder that there is hope in resurrection. Ndala is basically a name to inspire joy and consolation.


  1. ^ "NGA GeoName Database". National Geospatial Intelligence Agency. Archived from the original on 2008-06-08. Retrieved 2008-06-26. 

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