The Rep - - EDITORIAL - with busi­ness owner Vuyokazi Jaxa- Dusub­ana

Ques­tion: Why did you choose your busi­ness?

A. I am in­volved in SAMALA Con­sult­ing (Ac­count­ing/Au­dit­ing), AHLS car rentals and MBARA Fu­neral Di­rec­tors be­cause I want to make a pos­i­tive con­tri­bu­tion to so­ci­ety through job cre­ation, pro­vi­sion of ser­vices and even­tu­ally to make a profit.

Q: What are some small things that make your day bet­ter?

A. I like to pro­vide a ser­vice that is beyond my cus­tomers’ ex­pec­ta­tions and the ac­com­plish­ment of my daily set goals.

Q: What makes you proud of be­ing a South African?

A. Its cul­tural di­ver­sity, its nat­u­ral beauty and its beau­ti­ful and warm peo­ple.

Q: What’s the best com­pli­ment you’ve re­ceived?

A. “You have a big heart”.

Q: What would you like to see change in Enoch Mgi­jima mu­nic­i­pal­ity?

A. Po­lit­i­cal sta­bil­ity, ef­fec­tive gov­er­nance struc­tures and im­proved ser­vice de­liv­ery.

Q: What makes you an­gry?

A. Lies and dis­hon­esty.

Q: Your stance on Pres­i­dent Zuma’s pos­si­ble recall?

A. For­mer Pres­i­dent Dr NR Mandela said in one of his state­ments, “It is bet­ter for me to step down while there are a few peo­ple who still ad­mire me.” I think those in a po­si­tion of power should adopt that prin­ci­ple.

Q: Name five peo­ple who you would like to have din­ner with (dead or alive)

A. My late grand­par­ents Mr and Mrs Huna to say thank you for mak­ing me the per­son I am to­day, Nel­son Mandela to share his life ex­pe­ri­ences, for­mer Amer­i­can pres­i­dent Bill Clin­ton, Pa­trice Mot­sepe to share how he be­came so rich but re­mained hum­ble and Nonku­l­uleko Go­bodo to share how she man­aged to pull through dur­ing the apartheid regime as a black woman.

Q: How do you plan to change in 2018?

A. I will stop pro­cras­ti­nat­ing and fo­cus, touch more lives and strengthen my re­la­tion­ship with the Lord.

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