South Africa is a secular state, but all major Christian denominations are well represented. Approximately 75% of the population are Christians. The Afrikaner community largely belongs to the Dutch Reformed or its sister Protestant churches. Within the Independent Black Christian group, the Apostolic and Zionist churches are the most influential, the latter making up the largest religious body in the country. Furthermore, many Africans follow traditional belief systems (rich in oral folklore and ceremonies) or incorporate tenets thereof into their religion. Most Asian South Africans are Muslims or Hindus, and there is a sizeable Jewish community in the country.