Question: Tell us about your job.
Answer: I was housekeeping manager at MyPond Hotel, now my time as a Grand Tour student is almost through.
Q: What made you get into that line of work?
A: I like to work with people; that’s why I studied hospitality management at Stenden. Working at MyPond was the practical part of my studies.
Q: Describe the most memorable experience that you have had in your line of work.
A: In the first week of working for MyPond, we had to organise the graduation party for graduates and their families.
Q: What do you do to unwind when you are not working?
A: I watch Netflix, or go to the beach. I am also a ballroom/Latin-dance dancer
Q: What is your motto in life?
A: Live every day as it may be your last.
Q: What makes you happy?
A: Enjoying a nice dinner with the people I love.
Q: What makes you angry?
A: People who are negative in life.
Q: What do you think about the youth of South Africa? Do you have any advice for them?
A: I feel most need to try to find well-paid jobs so they can survive by themselves.
Q: What do you like most about Port Alfred?
A: That it is located at the beach front.
Q: If you could change one thing about Port Alfred …
A: There would be more activities such as a bowling alley or a casino to enjoy the nightlife better; also, public transport.
Q: What is your favourite music of all time?
A: It will always be my Dutch-roots music.
Q: Name three people you would like to invite for dinner (dead or alive)?
A: My mom, Barack Obama and Saskia Vaak, of course, because she eats everything.
Q: Three wishes for South Africa?
A: Drinkable tap water, less poverty and equality.