„All the trouble began in 1652 when Jan van Riebeeck landed in the Cape.“

—  Jacob Zuma, At an ANC fundraiser on 9 January 2015, Jan van Riebeeck Statement Lands Zuma in Hot Soup http://www.ehowzit.co.za/news/south-africa/president-zuma-all-the-trouble-began-with-jan-van-riebeeck/, by Oliver Ngwenya, 17 January 2015
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Jacob Zuma
16º presidente da África do Sul 1942

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