Dating back to the 16th century, the Kunda were slaves working on the Portuguese prazos or estates, in the region of the Zambezi River Valley. Though impacted by the Nguni invasions of the 19th century, over time these people developed a distinct ethnic identity. They continue to live in the areas that were formerly part of the prazo system.
- Kunda page, from Ethnologue
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