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- Ace Magashule – He says those who disrupted Tuesday’s Gangster State book launch should not protest in his name as their actions are a form of “political intolerance”.
- Pieter Louis Myburgh – The author of the book which centers on Ace Magashule’s alleged corrupt activities while he was the premier of the Free State and the chairperson of the ANC in the province.
- Chris Hani – Today is the commemoration of the 26th year since the assassination of the South African Communist Party (SACP) leader.
- Naomi Campbell – She is in Cape Town and was visited young girls at Marian RC Secondary School in Matroosfontein, and danced with students at the Amoyo Performing Arts Foundation in Hout Bay.
- Scarlett Johansson – is calling for action to be taken against paparazzi after a scary incident with photographers.
- Jacob Zuma – on Tuesday came out guns blazing against reports that he kept $30million (R422m) from late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
- Taylor Swift – has sent a heartfelt note and some flowers to an injured fan who has been left hospitalised after a car crash. And she donated R1.5 million to an LGBTQ rights group
- Robbie Fleck – Has appointed Steven Kitshoff as captain for Friday’s Super Rugby clash against the Rebels in Melbourne and he said the decision was an obvious one.
- Benjamin Netanyahu – The Israeli Prime Minister was projected to win a fifth term in office on Wednesday after nearly complete results from Israel’s general election put him in position to form a rightwing coalition, media reports said.
- Muammar Gaddafi – reports that Jacob Zuma kept $30million (R422m) from late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
SOURCE: NEWS SOUTH AFRICA