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Monday, February 7, 2011

'Vote ANC, go to heaven': South African President Jacob Zuma accused of blasphemy after claiming supporters will be rewarded in afterlife

South African President Jacob Zuma has been accused of blasphemy after he claimed voting for his party would help supporters get to heaven.
The African National Congress leader has been heavily criticised by religious groups after the remarks he made during a rally in Mthatha in the country's Eastern Cape province.

Mr Zuma, a Zulu and self-professed Christian, told the crowd of supporters they risked going to hell if they failed to back his ANC party at local elections later this year.