Happy Birthday President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma

South Africa's President (and biggest news maker) Jacob Zuma celebrates his 75th birthday on Wednesday.

President Zuma's birthday celebrations will be held at the Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown.

In a quest to better understand President Zuma, we looked to his star sign, Aries for hints.

Here is what we found:

The typical Aries is said to be easy to identify by their curious, energetic and enthusiastic personality.

Aries like to lead and hence, they made great pioneers, leaders and inventors. They are not the ones to stay calm and let others take the charge. They will do what it takes to reach the top and show the world a new way.

When it comes to gelling with people, they either get along with someone or they don’t! They are very clear about such feelings. In short, things can be black or white but not gray!

An Aries in love can be passionate.

Lucky numbers: 2, 6, 14, 18, 22.

Lucky color: Red is the representative color for those born under the April 12.

Symbolic metal: The metal for Aries natives born with the April 12 is Iron.

President Zuma shares his birthday with former finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, David Letterman, Herbie Hancock, pianist and Joyce Banda, Former President of Malawi.

Here are photos of President Zuma over the years

Happy birthday to Number One.


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