Zuma sworn in as South Africa's president  
 

Jacob Zuma has officially become South Africa's new president - the fourth democratically-elected president since apartheid ended 15 years ago.

Zuma took the presidential oath at a ceremony in Pretoria, saying that the country was entering a new era in its history.

More than 11 million South Africans voted for the ANC. Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from the ceremony.

 
 

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