I've spent some time looking for a decent account of the Angolan Civil War that covers (in depth preferably) the Cuban participation in said conflict. I managed to track down a single book in the university library - although I'm hesitant to rely on it due to what I suspect is bias towards the SADF*. Plus I'm pretty sure it was written in the late 80's and it isn't like recollections from the other side were available at the time of writing and could be taken into account.
You get bonus points if you find something about Soviet/Cuban stuff in the Ogden War.
*Basically argued Cuito Cuanavale was a great SADF victory, derp derp derp. I disagree because ColdWarBullshit. I think it might have been The Cuban Intervention in Angola, 1965-1991: From Che Guevara to Cuito Cuanavale.
You can probably already guess I'm going to characterize the "glorious SADF victory" line as "right-wing fetishized Euro-Ayran settler-solider valiantly defending glorious Boerstraat from teh evil black people (zomg11!11!!) and baby-eating commies" anyway.