„As Africans, long before the arrival of religion and [the] gospel, we had our own ways of doing things,... Those were times that the religious people refer to as dark days but we know that, during those times, there were no orphans or old-age homes. Christianity has brought along these things.“

— Jacob Zuma, At an event in KwaZulu-Natal, Jacob Zuma blames Christianity for South Africa's problems http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/8971472/Jacob-Zuma-blames-Christianity-for-South-Africas-problems.html, The Telegraph, 21 December 2011

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