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Many people look up to and envy celebrities for their glamorous and blessed lifestyles. Money is usually not an issue for these select few in society and the lives they lead are a source of admiration and intrigue for many. Some celebrities are giving back to society and communities around the world in the form of money and donations and some celebrities help in situations where they can. Some celebrity help came when it was needed after the UK riots, financial help from celebrities was needed in this situation and they supported the campaign established by the Daily Express, ‘Reclaim my streets’. Some South African celebrities helped clean up Johannesburg streets and some celebrities helped with the major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
February 15th – 19th marked Johannesburg Fashion Week, also known as Joburg Fashion Week, an initiative of African Fashion International (AFI). Shipping agents Johannesburg may have noticed an influx of celebrities into South Africa’s “City of Gold” as Joburg Fashion Week 2011 was launched, featuring a stellar list of designers.
From executives to electrical contractors, South Africans from all walks of life will be familiar with the on-air antics of opinionated radio personality Gareth Cliff, who hosts the morning drive slot on the popular radio station. Gareth Cliff speaks his mind and his views on some of the country’s most controversial issues have made him a public figure that South Africans either love or hate. Plumbers and electrical contractors Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban who listen to the Gareth Cliff show during their morning commute will have heard about the latest controversy surrounding the outspoken DJ – his open letter to the South African government.
Gareth Cliff pulls no punches, and his scathing “Dear Government” letter has earned praise and criticism in equal measure. Not only that, it caught the attention of Government officials, Zizi Kodwa, President Jacob Zuma’s spokesperson, approached the daring disc jockey requesting a meeting. Gareth Cliff met with Kodwa for lunch and described the meeting as “positive, constructive and amiable”.