Religion in Africa by country and region, as percentage of national population ...
Mozambique, East Africa, 56.1, 17.9, 26.
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Tanzania -- Religion. Approximately one third of Tanzanians identify themselves
as Christian, another third as Muslim. The remaining third practice one of the ...
Christianity is the dominant Kenya religion. Roman Catholic and Anglican are the
most established. Other religions in Kenya include Islam and indigenous ...
The majority of Africans are adherents of the Abrahamic religions: Islam and
Christianity. ... continent as well as the coast of East Africa. Throughout history,
The interior of East Africa is more influenced by South Africa, and they have a
Christian majority. Native religions are still widely practiced throughout East
June 2016 - The earliest evidence we have for religious faith in Africa is from
Blombos ... Around 6000 BC, people put up standing stones in East Africa (
Apr 15, 2010 ... The vast majority of people practiced traditional African religions, while ... a 4,000
-mile swath from Somalia in the east to Senegal in the west.
Islam is also a traditional African religion (Mbiti, Mazuri)  in many parts of
North, East and West Africa, while not indigenous, but because of its long ...
Islam is therefore not a foreign but rather a local religion on the coast, and ....
Tanzania has the largest number and proportion of Muslims in eastern Africa.