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Zuma Inaguration In Pictures

Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Shadow, May 9, 2009.

  1. Shadow

    Shadow JF-Expert Member

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    [​IMG]Madiba was there too.
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    Muammar Ghadaffi and his female bodyguards. They were center of attention!

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    Jacob Zuma other wives were there too. Nompumelelo Ntuli Zuma, left, and Thobeka Mabhija, right. But the top honour today went to the first wife, Sizakele Khumalo[WOS et al what is your take on this issue of poligamous marriages and the rights of wome?]

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    As if he is saying:"Let me play it cool! No more gimme my mashinegun"





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    Mzuka ukipanda! South African President Jacob Zuma (L) watches a traditional praise singer after being sworn in at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa on May 9, 2009.

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    Mzee, Thank you kwa kunipigia debe!

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    Outgoing South African President Kgalema Motlanthe (L) greets incoming President Jacob Zuma (R) during Zuma's inauguration at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa on May 9, 2009.

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    South African President Jacob Zuma, left, watches as a Zulu singer praises Zuma during the inauguration ceremony in Pretoria, South Africa, Saturday, May 9, 2009.

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    A traditional clad Zulu dancer walks past members of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) as they attend the 15th South African Freedom Day Celebrations in Durban on April 27, 2009. South Africa's ruling ANC won its first outright majority in KwaZulu-Natal, party boss Jacob Zuma's home province, in a turnaround for a region that saw gruesome inter-party attacks during the last days of apartheid. Nelson Mandela, the country's first black president, chose to cast his first ever vote in the province in 1994, saying the country was starting a new era of hope, reconciliation and nation building.
     
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    Shadow JF-Expert Member

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    South Africa's fourth President Jacob Zuma (L), accompanied by his first wife Sizakele Khumalo, arrives at his swearing in ceremony in Pretoria May 9, 2009.


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    South African President Jacob Zuma waves to supporters after his swearing in ceremony in Pretoria, South Africa, Saturday, May 9, 2009. Zuma took the presidential oath Saturday, vowing "The dreams and hopes of all the people of our country must be fulfilled," Zuma promised. "There is no place for complacency, no place for cynicism, no place for excuses."(AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam) | Buy photos

    SLIDESHOW: Zuma's inauguration: Elections: Multimedia: News24
     
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    Shadow JF-Expert Member

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    Mtaani:

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    Kila aina ya ujumbe ulikuwepo:
     
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    Rwabugiri JF-Expert Member

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    Hongera zako Zuma, inaonekana watu wamekuamini sana, usiwaangushe kama malaika wetu JK. All the best.
     
  7. Shadow

    Shadow JF-Expert Member

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    Hiyo malaika ya JK iweke kwenye mabano.
     
  8. MwanaFalsafa1

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    Are you being sarcastic? Because if you are not I hope you are speaking for yourself.
     
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    MzalendoHalisi JF-Expert Member

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    Nina wasi2 Zuma anaweza kuwa tu populist kama JK na SA wakajuta kama sisi Watz baada ya mda sii mrefu!
     
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    Killuminati JF-Expert Member

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    At least wao wamemchagua mtu ambaye wanajua kuwa anauwezo wa kuharibu na kashakuwa na scandals za kumwaga, JK wetu tulifikiri ni mtakatifu na hapo ndipo gharama tunayoilipa currently, ni heri zimwi ulijualo.....
     
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    ANC wana strategy za kuongoza ile nchi kwa miaka ijayo 50 tayari ipo na kila rais anaifuata hiyo na marekebisho machache kutokana na muda na mabadiliko ya dunia....naona jamaa atakuwa kama politikal figure sio strategist......hope ataweza maana wanaoumiza vichwa ni wengine yeye ana wakilisha tu.....
     
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