South African President Jacob Zuma, center, arrives for a final African National Congress (ANC) election rally in the Soweto township of Johannesburg, South Africa Sunday May 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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South Africa's president said Monday that criminals broke into his rural homestead more than a decade ago and raped his wife, as he sought to explain a $23 million taxpayer-funded security upgrade ahead of elections.Zuma did not say which of the four wives he had at the time was the victim.The ANC's anti-apartheid past is likely to be enough to give the party another election landslide.The ANC is expected to garner 63 percent in Wednesday's vote, according to the latest Ipsos poll, just three points less than in 2009 .The party wrapped up its election campaign in Soweto township on Sunday. Around 90,000 people gathered for a rally at the same stadium that hosted the 2010 football World Cup Final, though many left during the president's speech.
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