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As elsewhere in Angola, Unita officials complain bitterly about their needs being neglected, claiming that since the war restarted in 1992, after a year-and-a-half lull, Unita-held Kuando-Kubango has been largely overlooked.
The languages of group No. 29 probably extend as far inland as the Kwito and Kubango rivers, in short, to the Zambezi watershed.
Congo, the Cunene south-westwards to the Atlantic, and southwards the Kubango, whose destination is still doubtful.
Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo Volume 2 Richard Francis Burton 1855
(highlands); 42 and in our latest maps they are made to discharge from their seaward face the Coango and Cuanza to the west and north, the Kasai to the north-east and possibly to the Congo, the Cunene south-westwards to the Atlantic, and southwards the Kubango, whose destination is still doubtful.