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This video was recorded by Daniel Bögre Udell and Kristen Tcherneshoff in Lusaka, Zambia. Chilunda, also known as Lunda, is a Bantu language spoken by 225,000 people in Zambia, Angola, and the Democratic Republic of Congo; the latter of which has the highest number of speakers of the three. It is a recognized minority language in Zambia. Lunda has four dialects: Kosa, Ndembu, Humbu,and Kawiku. This language is taught in primary and secondary schools.