1. Jacob Zuma paid 10 cattle as lobola for Swazi Princess Sebentile Dlamini in 2003.
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2. In 2012, Jacob Zuma was featured in a satirical painting by Cape Town-based artist Brett Murray, who depicted him in his painting The Spear, in a pose similar to Lenin, but with his genitals exposed.
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3. Jacob Zuma actively campaigned for the African National Congress' voter registration for the South African 2018 general elections in his home province of KwaZulu-Natal.
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8. Jacob Zuma was booed and heckled by the crowd at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
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12. Jacob Zuma appointed Former Conservative Party MP advocate Jurg Prinsloo, as well as Wycliffe Mothuloe to tackle his so-called "crucifixion by the media".
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14. In December 2005, Jacob Zuma was charged with raping a 31-year-old woman at his home in Forest Town, Gauteng.
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16. Jacob Zuma was elected Deputy President of the ANC at the National Conference held at Mafikeng in December 1997 and subsequently appointed executive Deputy President of South Africa in June 1999.
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20. Jacob Zuma served as Deputy Chief Representative of the ANC in Mozambique, a post he occupied until the signing of the Nkomati Accord between the Mozambican and South African governments in 1984.
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24. Jacob Zuma led the ANC to victory in the 2009 general election and was elected President of South Africa.
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