Question: Tell us about your job.
Answer: My job entails sharing information with the public through the radio station, Ndlambe FM. I am a breakfast show presenter. We make people laugh and create a pleasurable atmosphere through good and relevant topics within our society.
Q: What made you get into that line of work?
A: It is my ability of being able to express myself. I like being on radio and express myself there very well, although I’m a quiet person on the streets and hardly initiates conversations. But on radio I feel much better, I dance and do all things and listeners feel the mood and get along with me.
Q: Describe the most memorable experience that you have had.
A: When I had to interview Putco Mafani. Yhuu I will never forget that day as I used listen his breakfast show at Umhlobo Wenene FM, he is a legend.
Q: What do you do to unwind when you are not working?
A: Listen to other radio programmes and watch TV.
Q: What is your motto in life?
A: Be bright in a corner where you are.
Q: What makes you happy?
A: When I see everyone happy then I become happy.
Q: What makes you angry?
A: When someone ill-treats other people yet sees no wrong.
Q: What do you think about the youth of South Africa? Do you have any advice for them?
A: Youth should know that they are of great value and should live their lives as such.
Q: If you could change one thing about Port Alfred…
A: Negative thoughts.
Q: What do you like most about Port Alfred?
A: Its beauty and attractiveness to tourists.
Q: What is your favourite music of all time?
A: A cappella and Maskhandi.
Q: Name three people you would like to invite for dinner (dead or alive).
A: Vuyo Mbuli, Loyiso Sitsheke and Thabo Mbeki.
Q: Three wishes for South Africa.
A: Job creation, drop in fuel prices, high standard of education and a crime-free country.