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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma celebrates with his supporters after he survived a no-confidence motion in parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, August 8, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma celebrates with his supporters after he survived a no-confidence motion in parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, August 8, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma celebrates with his supporters after he survived a no-confidence motion in parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, August 8, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
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Jacob Zuma sings for his supporters at the Pietermaritzburg high court outside Durban, South Africa August 4, 2008. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Jacob Zuma sings for his supporters at the Pietermaritzburg high court outside Durban, South Africa August 4, 2008. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Jacob Zuma sings for his supporters at the Pietermaritzburg high court outside Durban, South Africa August 4, 2008. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma and his wife Thobeka Madiba Zuma are seen at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany July 7, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma and his wife Thobeka Madiba Zuma are seen at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany July 7, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma and his wife Thobeka Madiba Zuma are seen at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany July 7, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
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South African President Jacob Zuma (L) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter arrive for the 2010 World Cup draw in Cape Town December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

South African President Jacob Zuma (L) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter arrive for the 2010 World Cup draw in Cape Town December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

South African President Jacob Zuma (L) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter arrive for the 2010 World Cup draw in Cape Town December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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Former South African President Nelson Mandela (C) and his wife Graca Machel (R) talk to President Jacob Zuma after the state-of-the-nation address in Parliament, Cape Town June 3, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Former South African President Nelson Mandela (C) and his wife Graca Machel (R) talk to President Jacob Zuma after the state-of-the-nation address in Parliament, Cape Town June 3, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Former South African President Nelson Mandela (C) and his wife Graca Machel (R) talk to President Jacob Zuma after the state-of-the-nation address in Parliament, Cape Town June 3, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
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Former South African deputy-President Jacob Zuma stands in the dock during the judgement in his trial for rape in the Johannesburg High Court, May 8, 2006. REUTERS/Stringer

Former South African deputy-President Jacob Zuma stands in the dock during the judgement in his trial for rape in the Johannesburg High Court, May 8, 2006. REUTERS/Stringer

Former South African deputy-President Jacob Zuma stands in the dock during the judgement in his trial for rape in the Johannesburg High Court, May 8, 2006. REUTERS/Stringer
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U.S. President Barack Obama (L) meets with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma at the annual G8 Summit in L'Aquila, July 10, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed

U.S. President Barack Obama (L) meets with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma at the annual G8 Summit in L'Aquila, July 10, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed

U.S. President Barack Obama (L) meets with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma at the annual G8 Summit in L'Aquila, July 10, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and South Africa's President Jacob Zuma attend a photo call after a brief meeting in Durban, August 8, 2009. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and South Africa's President Jacob Zuma attend a photo call after a brief meeting in Durban, August 8, 2009. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and South Africa's President Jacob Zuma attend a photo call after a brief meeting in Durban, August 8, 2009. REUTERS/Rogan Ward
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Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during their meeting in Moscow, August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Misha Japaridze/Pool

Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during their meeting in Moscow, August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Misha Japaridze/Pool

Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during their meeting in Moscow, August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Misha Japaridze/Pool
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth greets South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during a ceremonial welcome on Horse Guards Parade in London March 3, 2010. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool

Britain's Queen Elizabeth greets South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during a ceremonial welcome on Horse Guards Parade in London March 3, 2010. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool

Britain's Queen Elizabeth greets South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during a ceremonial welcome on Horse Guards Parade in London March 3, 2010. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
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Jacob Zuma, the newly elected leader of South Africa's ANC, dances a traditional zulu dance during a low-key marriage ceremony in front of his fourth wife, Nompumelelo Ntuli, in his KwaZulu-Natal homeland January 5, 2008. Traditional Zulu culture allows him to take more than one wife. REUTERS/Stringer

Jacob Zuma, the newly elected leader of South Africa's ANC, dances a traditional zulu dance during a low-key marriage ceremony in front of his fourth wife, Nompumelelo Ntuli, in his KwaZulu-Natal homeland January 5, 2008. Traditional Zulu culture...more

Jacob Zuma, the newly elected leader of South Africa's ANC, dances a traditional zulu dance during a low-key marriage ceremony in front of his fourth wife, Nompumelelo Ntuli, in his KwaZulu-Natal homeland January 5, 2008. Traditional Zulu culture allows him to take more than one wife. REUTERS/Stringer
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma holds up a banknote bearing the face of former President Nelson Mandela in Pretoria February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma holds up a banknote bearing the face of former President Nelson Mandela in Pretoria February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma holds up a banknote bearing the face of former President Nelson Mandela in Pretoria February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
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President Jacob Zuma dances at a victory rally of his ruling African National Congress (ANC) in Johannesburg May 10, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

President Jacob Zuma dances at a victory rally of his ruling African National Congress (ANC) in Johannesburg May 10, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

President Jacob Zuma dances at a victory rally of his ruling African National Congress (ANC) in Johannesburg May 10, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
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President of South Africa Jacob Zuma gestures as he sings to his supporters at the 54th National Conference of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa December 16, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

President of South Africa Jacob Zuma gestures as he sings to his supporters at the 54th National Conference of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa December 16, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe...more

President of South Africa Jacob Zuma gestures as he sings to his supporters at the 54th National Conference of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa December 16, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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