The people of Mozambique are called Mozambicans. There are ten major ethnic groups. The largest, residing north of the Zambezi River, is the Makua-Lomwé group, representing about 37 percent of the total population. Others include the Yao (Ajawa), Makonde, Nguni, Maravi, Tsonga, Chopi, and Shona (or Karanga).

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