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Question: Tell us about your occupation.
Answer: I am serving as a communications intern at Chris Hani District Municipality.
Q: What inspires you?
A: My baby. I want her to have everything she needs without any struggle. I want her to have a bright future.
Q: What would you still like to achieve in your life?
A: My dream is get a permanent job so I can give back to my family by extending my home. After that I plan to get my own property.
Q: What is it that people do not know about you?
A: I love being creative and cooking up a storm, especially when a bunch of ingredients are in my favour.
Q: If you were the president for the day, what would you do?
A: I would fight to eliminate corruption in the country and I would find ways to create more jobs with the aim to reduce crime.
Q: What do family and friends mean to you?
A: I am grateful to have my family and friends. When I am far away from home, I rely on my friends for my support system.
Q: What do you believe can be done to meet SA’s unemployment challenges?
A: Youth should embrace coming together to start up as co-operatives or a form of business. The only problem is that they are not always aware that there are platforms available to offer them support.
Q: What is your message to young people?
A: The youth should learn to stand up for themselves. They should make use of the knowledge which they gain through getting an education and their natural talent to build their lives. If one fails, another one has to work.
Q: Would you consider yourself to be proudly South African and why?
A: Yes, because I am part of a country that has an amazing cultural diversity, beautiful landscape and the big five which are the pride of our nation. And need I add how quick we are to forget our differences when we are united through our shared passion for sport?