It was once described as the National Party at prayer. But the Dutch Reformed Church numbers are dwindling. Charles Leonard finds out why.
A practising Muslim, South Africa's ambassador to the United States Ebrahim Rasool has been trying to mend fences between Islam and the West.
President Jacob Zuma has been shrouded in fundamentalist Christian metaphor, but his flock is out in the cold, writes Niren Tolsi.
With five factions and counting, secular judgments have failed to heal the divisions that have fragmented the Nazareth Baptist Church.
Some Muslims in South Africa have begun taking on tradition. And that is where things are getting heated with divisions bubbling to the surface.
The Islamist group may have jihadist overtones, but its rise and power lies in Nigeria's failure to deliver to its citizens adequately.
Bongani Madondo asks why black folk should inherit the earth and not heaven -- and other pertinent questions.
If you are looking for God in Ethiopia, you won't have to search too hard. He is everywhere, writes Mohammed Selman.
A growing number of South Africans have started exploring Christianity's origins in Jewish scripture and ritual, under the term Messianic Judaism.
Religion has been left to bridge the inequality divide created by corrupt political elites, writes Catholic priest Anthony Egan.