A supporter of former South African Deputy-President Jacob Zuma blows into a condom outside the Johannesburg high court in South Africa April 28, 2006. Zuma is accused of raping a 31-year-old AIDS activist in his house. His defence lawyers began a final push on Friday to acquit the former Deputy President of rape, launching the last phase of South Africa's most sensational trial since the end of apartheid.
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