Humbe, Angola Cattle
Similar to Ovambo, only smaller in body size; long, heavy and folded dewlap, sizable naval fold and sheath.
Found in south-west Angola, Kept by the Ovambo tribe of southwestern and in the district of Humbi in southwest Hulia.
Sanga cattle were introduced into southern Africa when the Khoikhoi (Hottentots) first crossed the Zambezi river about 700AD with their Sanga cattle. Several waves of the Bantu people with various strains of Sanga cattle entered the region and settled. The Humbi appear to have developed out of these early populations. They are small Sanga cattle in Angola (Felius, 1995).