Mozambican celebrities

Posted Jun 18, 2012
1,224 views · Like
The list "Mozambican celebrities" has been viewed 1,224 times.
This list has 152 members.
See also Celebrities by nationality
Choose selection:

« Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | Next »
  1. Teresa Heinz Kerry

    Teresa Heinz Kerry


    Teresa Heinz Kerry (born October 5, 1938), also known as Teresa Heinz, née Maria Teresa Thierstein Simões-Ferreira, is a Mozambican–born American businesswoman and philanthropist of Portuguese descent. She is the widow of former U.S. Senator H. John Heinz III (R-Pennsylvania), and the wife of current U.S. Secretary of State and former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate John Kerry (D-Massachusetts).

  2. Mariza



    Mariza born Marisa dos Reis Nunes (16 December 1973, Lourenço Marques, Portuguese Mozambique), is a popular fado singer.

  3. Samora Machel

    Samora Machel


    Samora Moisés Machel (September 29, 1933 – October 19, 1986) was a Mozambican military commander, revolutionary socialist leader, father and eventual President of Mozambique. Machel led the country from independence in 1975 until his death in 1986, when his presidential aircraft crashed in mountainous terrain where the borders of Mozambique, Swaziland and South Africa converge.

  4. Afric Simone

    Afric Simone


    Afric Simone (born Henrique Simone, 17 July 1956) is a singer, musician, and entertainer from Mozambique. He entered the European charts with his first hit "Ramaya" in 1975, which was followed by another well-known song "Hafanana" (1975). He was very popular from 1975 to 1980 on both sides of the iron curtain. Simone toured the USSR, Poland, the GDR, and Czechoslovakia in the Eastern Bloc.

  5. Marco D'Almeida

    Marco D'Almeida


  6. Maria Mutola

    Maria Mutola


    Maria de Lurdes Mutola (born October 27, 1972) is a retired female track and field athlete from Mozambique who has specialized in the 800 metres. She was born in Maputo, hence the nickname of "The Maputo Express". She is the fourth athlete to compete at six Olympic Games. She is a three-time world champion in this event and a one-time Olympic champion.

  7. Esperança Bias

    Esperança Bias


    Esperança Bias is a Mozambican politician. She is current Minister of Mineral Resources (since February 2005). Previous to that, Bias was the Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources (beginning in 1999).

  8. Carla Andrino

    Carla Andrino


  9. Aires Ali

    Aires Ali


    Aires Bonifácio Baptista Ali (born 6 December 1955) is a Mozambican politician who was Prime Minister of Mozambique from 16 January 2010 to 8 October 2012, when he was sacked by Mozambican President Armando Guebuza in a cabinet reshuffle.

  10. Neyma



    Neyma Julio Alfredo (born 6 May 1979) is a Mozambican singer, born in Maputo.

  11. Dimitri Tsafendas

    Dimitri Tsafendas


    Dimitri Tsafendas (Greek: Δημήτρης Τσαφέντας; 14 January 1918 – 7 October 1999) is known as the assassin of Prime Minister of South Africa Hendrik Verwoerd, the "Architect of Apartheid" on 6 September 1966. Tsafendas, working as a parliamentary messenger, stabbed Verwoerd with a dagger during a parliamentary session.

  12. Mário Wilson

    Mário Wilson


    Mário Wilson (born 17 October 1929) is a retired Mozambican football central defender and manager.

  13. Amélia Muge

    Amélia Muge


    Amélia Muge (born 1952) is a Mozambiqua-born Portuguese singer, instrumentalist, composer, and lyricist. She is noted for her fine fado voice and poetic lyrics.

  14. André Matsangaissa

    André Matsangaissa


    André Matade Matsangaissa (also spelled Matsangaiza) (1950 – 17 October 1979) was a Mozambican anti-communist rebel and the first leader of the Rhodesian-backed Mozambican National Resistance (RENAMO).

  15. Afonso Dhlakama

    Afonso Dhlakama


    Afonso Marceta Macacho Dhlakama (born 1 January 1953) is a Mozambican politician and the leader of RENAMO, an anti-communist guerrilla movement that fought the FRELIMO government in the Mozambican Civil War before signing a peace agreement and becoming an opposition political party in the early 1990s. Dhlakama was born in Mangunde, Sofala Province.

  16. Gabriel Estêvão Monjane

    Gabriel Estêvão Monjane


    Gabriel Estêvão Monjane (1944 – 1990) is one of only seventeen individuals in medical history to have reached eight feet or more in height.

  17. Salvador Namburete

    Salvador Namburete


    Salvador Namburete is the Minister of Energy of Mozambique.

  18. Esperança Machavela

    Esperança Machavela


    Esperança Machavela is a Mozambican jurist and politician.

  19. Josina Machel (FRELIMO)

    Josina Machel (FRELIMO)


    Josina Muthemba Machel (August 10, 1945 - April 7, 1971) was a significant figure in the social and political modern history of Mozambique. She was born with a twin brother, Belmiro, in Vilanculos, Inhambane, Mozambique on August 10, 1945 into a family of 5 sisters and 3 brothers. Her grandfather was a lay Presbyterian evangelist who preached nationalism and cultural identity against European assimilation. Her father worked as a nurse in government hospitals and this required him to periodically move the family to accommodate his job transfers. At one time or another, Josina, her father, two of her sisters, and two uncles were all jailed as a result of their participation in clandestine opposition to the Portuguese colonial administration. She became a key figure in the Mozambican struggle for independence, promoted the emancipation of African women, married the man who would become the country’s first president, and died at the age of 25 years.

  20. Amade Camal

    Amade Camal


    Amade Camal (born 1956) is a Mozambican politician and Muslim activist. He has been a member of the Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique since 1994 from Nampula Province.

  21. Clarisse Machanguana

    Clarisse Machanguana


    Clarisse Machanguana (born 4 October 1976) is a professional women's basketball player from Mozambique. She has played internationally in both the United States (WNBA from 1999–2002) and in Spain (FC Barcelona since 2003). She also represented Mozambique at the 2006 Lusophony Games in Macau, China.

  22. Luisa Diogo

    Luisa Diogo


    Luísa Dias Diogo (born 11 April 1958) was Prime Minister of Mozambique from February 2004 to January 2010. She replaced Pascoal Mocumbi, who had been Prime Minister for the previous nine years. Before becoming Prime Minister, she was Minister of Planning and Finance, and she continued to hold that post until February 2005. She was the first female Prime Minister of Mozambique. Diogo represents the party FRELIMO, which has ruled the country since independence in 1975.

  23. Maria Angelina Dique Enoque

    Maria Angelina Dique Enoque


    Maria Angelina Dique Enoque is a Mozambican politician. In 2004 she was a member of the Pan-African Parliament and in the Agricultural committee. She was elected to the Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique with RENAMO from Manica Province in the 1999 election.

  24. Lina Magaia

    Lina Magaia


    Lina Magaia (1940 – June 27, 2011) was a Mozambican writer, journalist and veteran of the war for the independence of Mozambique. It was a woman of many facets, which stood out during the life in areas such as writing, film, rural development, or even as a soldier of the liberation of the country from colonial rule. Lina Magaia died on June 27, 2011 victim of cardiovascular disease.

  25. Carlos Fumo Gonçalves

    Carlos Fumo Gonçalves


    Carlos Fumo Gonçalves (born 22 September 1979 in Maputo), known as Fumo, is a Mozambican footballer who plays as a forward.

« Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | Next »

Desktop | Mobile
This website is part of the FamousFix entertainment community. By continuing past this page, and by your continued use of this site, you agree to be bound by and abide by the Terms of Use. Loaded in 0.68 secs.
Terms of Use  |  Copyright  |  Privacy
Copyright 2006-2016, FamousFix