Cows Killed for Zuma re-election

Published by IGIHE Reporter
On 27 November 2012 at 01:06

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has appealed to his ancestors to help him hold on to the leadership of the ruling African National Congress (ANC).
Zuma attended a ceremony at his village on Sunday, where 12 cattle were slaughtered and incense burnt as people prayed for his re-election.
His opponents are pushing for him to be ousted as ANC leader at the party’s conference next month.
He beat his predecessor Thabo Mbeki in a bitterly contested election in 2007 for the leadership of the (...)

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has appealed to his ancestors to help him hold on to the leadership of the ruling African National Congress (ANC).

Zuma attended a ceremony at his village on Sunday, where 12 cattle were slaughtered and incense burnt as people prayed for his re-election.

His opponents are pushing for him to be ousted as ANC leader at the party’s conference next month.

He beat his predecessor Thabo Mbeki in a bitterly contested election in 2007 for the leadership of the ANC.


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