South African president Jacob Zuma, in front of a portrait of former African National Congress president Oliver Tambo, addresses foreign correspondents at a breakfast in Johannesburg, Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. Zuma said that the freedom of expression needs to be balanced to the right to dignity and privacy to all South Africans after he agreed to withdraw a defamation case against a newspaper cartoonist who depicted him poised to rape Lady Justice. (AP Photo/Andrew Meldrum)

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South African president Jacob Zuma, in front of a portrait of former African National Congress president Oliver Tambo, addresses foreign correspondents at a breakfast in Johannesburg, Monday, Oct. 29, 2012.  Zuma said that the freedom of expression needs to be balanced to the right to dignity and privacy to all South Africans after he agreed to withdraw a defamation case against a newspaper cartoonist who depicted him poised to rape Lady Justice. (AP Photo/Andrew Meldrum)
South African president Jacob Zuma, in front of a portrait of former African National Congress president Oliver Tambo, addresses foreign correspondents at a breakfast in Johannesburg, Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. Zuma said that the freedom of expression needs to be balanced to the right to dignity and privacy to all South Africans after he agreed to withdraw a defamation case against a newspaper cartoonist who depicted him poised to rape Lady Justice. (AP Photo/Andrew Meldrum)
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