What are the customs of North Africa?
Many North Africans have been influenced by Muslim traditions, while further south there are more Christian, Hindu, and even Jewish traditions interspersed with more ancient traditions. Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are all a few religions in Northern Africa, but Islam is the primary religion.
What is the language of North Africa?
Several African languages are whistled to communicate over long distances. Individual languages such as Berber, Arabic, Igbo, Swahili, Hausa, Amharic, and Yoruba are spoken by tens of millions of people.
|Arabic (North Africa, Horn of Africa)||100 native + 30 secondary|
|Northern Sotho (South Africa)||4|
Which country is in North Africa?
The UN subregion of North Africa consists of 7 countries at the northernmost part of the continent — Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara. North Africa is an economically prosperous area, generating one-third of Africa’s total GDP. Oil production is high in Libya.