Talk:Religion in Zimbabwe

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Why no discussion of traditional religions that existed pre-colonialism[edit]

This is article is discussing only current religious demographics, but an article called "religion in Zimbabwe" show also discuss traditional religions that were practiced (or still are practiced)in the country. There's still forms of ancestral worship practiced by small minorities. All you do is provide one wiki-link to the folk religion page which discusses non of the specific folk religions of Zimbabwe.24.190.34.219 (talk) 15:39, 9 April 2010 (UTC)

Why no discussion of traditional religions in modern Zimbabwe?[edit]

The Demographics in Zimbabwe page says "Christianity is often mixed with enduring traditional beliefs" and "Besides Christianity, ancestral worship (Amadlozi) is the most practiced non-Christian religion". I agree with comment that one wiki-link to the folk religion page is not enough: this should be elaborated here (and given at least as much prominence as is Islam), not ignored! The Lesser Merlin (talk) 08:33, 18 April 2012 (UTC)