GRAHAMSTOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 28: Zaki Makozoma (r), a businessman, chats to a friend while he eats on June 28, 2008, at the yearly arts festival in Grahamstown, South Africa. Mr. Macozoma, was sent to prison for 18 years for participating in terrorist activities during the struggle years. He was later freed and became the spokesperson for the ANC, and later became a multimillionaire, with interests primarily in the banking sector. Mr. Macozoma feels best when he visits Eastern Cape, the rural areas where he grew up. A traditional man, he likes to speak to the grass root people in these areas and he often visits local restaurants to eat a traditional meal such as sheep head and sheep feet. (Photo by: Per-Anders Pettersson/Getty Images).