|Percentage of cremations|
|Total no. of crematoria||33|
|Legislation||Yes, health department|
|Market||Government and Private business|
In 2011, 79% of the population was black, 9% white, 9% colored and 3% were Indian or Asian. In 2013, life expectancy was 54.2 years. According to the last South African census of 2001, 79.7% of the population were Christian. Of these, 11.1% of the Zion Christian Church, 8.2% at Pentecost, had 7.1% in the Roman Catholic Church, 6.8% in the Methodist Church, 6.7% in the Dutch Reformed Church, 3, 8% at the Anglican Church of Southern Africa and 36% belonged to other Christian churches. Most white Afrikaners have traditionally belonged to the Calvinist-Protestant Dutch Reformed Church. However, in recent years, they have increasingly moved to the African Protestant Church (APK). 1.5% of the population attacked Islam and 1.3% Hinduism. 15.1% of South Africans were non-believers, 2.3% had a different belief and 1.4% was not clear. Many people combine Christianity with a natural goddess.
|Cremation Association South Africa|