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South Africa's own 'royal wedding'

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South African President Jacob Zuma performs during the traditional wedding ceremony for his daughter Duduzile Zuma and Lonwabo Sambudla, former head of Lembede Investment Holdings, on April 23 near Mthatha, Eastern Cape.

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President Jacob Zuma's daughters Duduzile Zuma, right, and Phumzile Zuma attend their uMemulo (coming of age) ceremony at the Zuma homestead on April 21 in Nkandla in Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Duduzile Zuma, daughter of South African President Jacob Zuma, married businessman Lonwabo Sambudla at the weekend in what has been dubbed the "royal wedding" of South Africa.

The organization of the party was entrusted to Kenny Kunene, who PhotoBlog readers may remember for his controversial sushi parties.

According to South Africa's Independent newspaper, club owner Kunene promised the couple "the mother of all parties", though he made a point of adding that "there will be no sushi. The groom and bride have asked that no sushi should be served."