Here’s the official word from the Presidency:
President Jacob Zuma has today, 07 June 2014, been admitted to hospital for tests.
Yesterday President Zuma was advised to rest following a demanding election and transition programme to the new administration.
Doctors are satisfied with his condition.
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Issued by the Presidency.
The Telegraph has more:
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma was on Saturday admitted to hospital for tests following a bout of exhaustion, his office said.
“Doctors are satisfied with his condition,” his office said in a statement without giving details.
Mr Zuma’s spokesman, Mac Maharaj, told AFP the president has been advised to get some rest, but “there is no cause for concern. It’s a case of exhaustion.”
On Friday Mr Zuma “was advised to rest following a demanding election and transition programme to the new administration,” said the presidency.
“It’s been a hectic period and there has been a need for some rest,” added Mr Maharaj.
Two weeks ago, Mr Zuma, 72 was sworn in for a second term after his African National Congress (ANC) party won the May 7 elections with an overwhelming 62 percent of the vote.