was born in Emalahleni and now I’m employed and furthering my studies. I created my own opportunities and went out and knocked on every door that was willing to open for me.
I honestly believe you are who you make yourself – we were not born middle class.
Freedom for me means empowerment, and liberation from physical, spiritual and emotional constraints. I believe you’re not free if your mind is trapped.
Economic freedom is another prospect, and the elimination of corruption and fraud would be a step towards that. I’d love us to be able to mass produce and support South African products to decrease imports, which have a negative effect on our economy.
I am lucky enough to have parents who support me in every decision I make. Growing up was pure joy. I’m lucky enough to have grown up with both parents. They were firm on discipline, which sucked at the time, but that has shaped me into who I am today.
My current job is a stepping stone in the direction I’m heading, and I couldn’t be happier about my decisions.
My lifetime goals are to complete a master’s degree in strategic management and become a strategist and project manager.
I want to be the brains behind a mass construction movement in South Africa. I plan to have achieved all this in 10 years, then I’ll build a family to pass it on to.
I would like my country to be more equal. We need unity and we must respect each other.”