Question: Why this particular profession?
Answer: It complements my charisma!
Q: What part of your job do you enjoy?
A: When my ideas come to life.
Q: September is Heritage Month. What does this mean to you?
A: I believe one must never forget where one comes from.
Q: What would you like the newly Enoch Mgijima elected council to tackle?
A: Unemployment, keeping the Queenstown environment clean and service delivery.
Q: What type of music do you listen to and who is on your playlist?
A: Old school music, currently it is Aretha Franklin.
Q: What are your interests?
A: Reading, swimming, attending empowerment conferences and seminars.
Q: What do you like about spring?
A: For some reason people become happier in spring.
Q: What is your best childhood memory?
A: Being able to read a play by William Shakespeare in Grade 4 and understanding it.
Q: How can people be convinced to protest without vandalising community resources?
A: We need to know how valuable these resources are because seemingly they do not know that.
Q: How important is developing an entrepreneurial mindset in our society?
A: It is absolutely imperative. That way people will not have to depend on being hired, but rather create employment and our economy will grow.
Q: What is the best way to affect the change you want to see in South Africa?
A: Use the media effectively, not to indoctrinate society but to motivate and inspire.