The Lunda are a Bantu ethnic group in Angola, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Their population is about 175,000, other sources indicate that 310,000 (1998); thereof 220,000 in Zambia, 90,000 in Angola and unspecified in the DR Congo. Their languages are Chilunda and Kiluba. Dialects are Lunda Ndembu, Lunda Kalandu, Lunda Kambove. In Zambia, the Lunda live in the North West Province and the Copperbelt. A well-known representative of the Lunda tribe was the Congolese politician Moise Tshombe.