Religion in Africa is varied. There are many tribal religions in which there is
more than one God. Also, in Northern Africa Islamic and Muslim religions
are common. Near Southern Africa, mix religions are common due to
immigration and multiculturalism.
Many countries in Africa use democratic or republic government systems.
Some tribal communities have leaders that are elected by birth or by skill,
but most major countries have elections although bias has been
discovered in some electoral proceedings in Africa. Including just recently
in Zimbabwe, where the two political parties caused such turmoil that the
life expectancy dropped to an all time low in the country. This is one
negative outcome of African politics. One positive event in African politics
is the election of Nelson Mandela in South Africa. The ‘ups and downs’ of
in Africa are similar to those found around the world.