Talk of the Town

FACE 2 FACE with / Luthando ‘Shabba’ Nyoka


A QITell us about your occupation. am working in an intern position at the Port Alfred Local Criminal Record Centre.

What is the most satisfying aspect of the work you do?

Basically how diverse forensic services is, the different department­s and processes which satisfy my capacity.

What is the one tourist aspect you would recommend to a visitor to the Sunshine Coast?

It is hard to single out one because we have plenty but I would point out our beautiful marina,our blue flag beaches and other tourist attraction aspects along the coastline.

If you have a bucket list, what is the top item you would like to do?

Driving a Ford Ranger Raptor (kidding, LOL).

Actually I don’t have anything specific, yes its weird, I’m just focusing on one phase of progress at a time.

What is your motto in life? Vision, put it into reality and work for it.

What keeps you motivated?

Literature, music, the song

Nang’umngani Crew, and my family.

With the high unemployme­nt rate in our country, what do you think could be done to address the situation?

Basically provide sufficient resources, especially for the youth to initiate and execute their economic ideas.

Do you think enough is being done to reduce our carbon footprint on the planet? If not, what do you think could be done to change it?

Yes, I think so but there should be more awareness programmes teaching about taking care of the environmen­t we live in.

What is your favourite music of all time?

Choral music.

What is the one item that is always in your fridge?


If you could be president of SA for one day, what would be the top three things you would do for your day in office?

1. Trace global trends; 2. Substitute “education is key” with immediate job or revenue-based strategies and policies for the youth (to basically unfold the wild world outside while pursuing academics); 3. Obviously, enjoy the office.

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