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Africa country & tribe research . By Lauren Norman 3/22/2013. NIGERIA AND SOUTH AFRICA CLIMATES. The climate in Nigeria is that it is varies, equatorial in south, tropical in center, arid in north.

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Africa country tribe research

Africa country & tribe research

By Lauren Norman

3/22/2013


Nigeria and south africa climates
NIGERIA AND SOUTH AFRICA CLIMATES

  • The climate in Nigeria is that it is varies, equatorial in south, tropical in center, arid in north.

  • The climate for south Africa is mostly semiarid, subtropical along the east coast; sunny days and cool nights.


The foods from nigeria and south africa
THE FOODS FROM NIGERIA AND SOUTH AFRICA

  • The foods that Nigeria and south Africa ate and had are: jollof rice , fufu, suya, dodo, boli, yam chips, bobotie, koeksisters, melktert, sosaties, and vetkoek.


Religions for nigeria south africa igbo tribe zulu
RELIGIONS FOR NIGERIA,SOUTH AFRICA,IGBO TRIBE & ZULU

Christian-40%

Indigenous beliefs-10%

Zion christian-11.1%

Pentecostal-8.2%

Methodist-6.8%

Catholic-7.1%

Muslim-50%

The Igbo tribe has a tribal religion where they believe in gods. Zulu has a mixture of traditional beliefs and Christianity ancestral spirits.


There economies
THERE ECONOMIES

  • 70% of the work force is still engaged in farming. Chief crops: cocoa, peanuts, palm oil and corn.

  • Limited amount of arable land about 12%. Chief crops: corn, wheat, sugarcane, fruits and vegetables.

  • Houses use to have mud walls and thatched roofs.

  • Igbo men have more than one wife

  • Living conditions cannot be divorced from local politics. Better then those rural areas.


Exports
EXPORTS

  • PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 95%, COCOA AND RUBBER.

  • GOLDS, DIAMONDS, PLATINUM, OTHER METALS, MINERALS, MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT .


Africa country tribe research
Arts

  • Here are some arts from the Igbo tribe that they made:


Social structure hierarchy
Social Structure/hierarchy

  • This is the social structure of the Igbo tribe when they are in a community.