South African President Jacob Zuma home after hospital tests

South African President Jacob Zuma takes the oath during his inauguration ceremony at the Union Buildings in Pretoria May 24, 2014. Image copyright AFP
Image caption Jacob Zuma was sworn in two weeks ago for a second term in office

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma is back home after spending a night in hospital for tests, the presidency said.

His doctors are happy with his condition but have ordered him to rest for a few days, the statement said.

Mr Zuma, 72, was sworn in for a second term on 24 May following the African National Congress election victory.

The ANC won 62% of the vote despite concerns about inequality and high unemployment.