Machel

Machel may refer to:

Surname:

  • Graça Machel (born 1945), Mozambican politician and humanitarian, widow of Samora Machel, third wife of Nelson Mandela
  • Josina Machel (FRELIMO) (1945–1971), activist for Mozambican independence and the emancipation of African women, the second wife of Samora Machel
  • Samora Machel (1933–1986), the first president of Mozambique
  • Stefan Machel (born 1960), Polish rock guitarist, composer, and record producer

Given name:

  • Machel Millwood (born 1979), Jamaican footballer
  • Machel Montano (born 1974), singer, songwriter, and record producer from Trinidad and Tobago

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