South African President Jacob Zuma married his third wife today in a traditional Zulu ceremony at his homestead in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal province. Tobeka Madiba will join Sizakele Khumalo-Zuma and Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma as a first lady of South Africa. Zuma has had two other wives, one of whom committed suicide in 2000 and the other whom he divorced in 1998. Zuma reportedly fell while performing a traditional solo dance, but is said to not have been hurt. The president has long been open about his polygamy and played up his Zulu heritage during his election campaign. "Zuma," says his biographer Jeremy Gordin, “is adamant about polygamy. It's his right as a Zulu. But he only took one wife to Italy to meet the pope."