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Jacob Zuma

Jacob ZumaAKA Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma

Born: 12-Apr-1942
Birthplace: Nkandla, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

Gender: Male
Religion: Christian
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician

Nationality: South Africa
Executive summary: President of South Africa

Stripped of his office as Deputy President on 14th June 2005 by President Thabo Mbeki. Elected President by vote of Parliament after his African National Congress party won the 2009 general election. Has four wives at present, plus two fiancées and an unknown number of mistresses, all of which is considered by some a bad example, in a nation where more than 10% of the population is HIV+.

Father: (policeman, d. WWII)
Wife: Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (Foreign Minister, m. 1982, div. 1998, four children)
Wife: Kate Mantsho-Zuma (m. 1976, d. 8-Dec-2000 suicide, five children)
Wife: Sizakele Zuma ("Gertrude", b. 1943, m. 1973, no children)
Wife: Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma (m. 8-Jan-2008, two children)
Wife: Tobeka Madiba (b. 1973, m. 4-Jan-2010, two children)
Girlfriend: Sebentile Dlamini (fiancée since 2002)
Girlfriend: Gloria Bongekile Ngema (fiancée since 2009, one child)
Mistress: Minah Shongwe (one child)
Mistress: Sonono Khoza (one child)

    President of South Africa (9-May-2009 to present)
    Deputy President of South Africa (1999-2005, removed)
    African National Congress President (2007-)
    African National Congress 1959
    Conspiracy to Overthrow the Government, 1963 (convicted)
    Fraud charge dropped
    Corruption (charged, two counts)
    Racketeering charge dropped
    Rape 2005 (acquitted)
    Funeral: Nelson Mandela (2013)


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