Republic of South Africa

In 2016, 78% of South Africans declared their religious affiliation to Christianity.

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Most of them are members of various Protestant denominations (broadly defined as syncretic churches initiated in Africa). The rest identify with traditional tribal religion (4.4%), Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Baha'i faith, or do not practice any religion. Judaism is also present in South Africa. The Jewish population there is descended from European Jews who arrived as a minority among other European settlers. This population peaked in the 1970s at 120.000. Today only about 67.000 remain, the rest emigrating to Israel. Despite this, South Africa's Jewish community is the twelfth largest in the world.