The Rep


With Banele Busakwe Harcourts real estate agent


Q AQ: What do you like about what you do?

A: I have always had a love for sales and talking to people. It is not an easy field but definitely a nice one once you learn the ins and outs.

Q: What is the most important thing you have learnt in your career?

A: I have learnt how to deal with lots of personalit­ies and sometimes it is not an easy thing to deal with because after all we are human and we have different views and how we see things.

Q: Where did you grow up? And what is your favourite childhood memory?

A: I was born in Johannesbu­rg and stayed there up until I was 11 years old and moved to Queenstown. My favourite childhood memory is riding bicycles and going to swim in public swimming pools.

Q: What impact do you hope to make in this lifetime?

A: I want to live my life as honest as possible and definitely leave a trademark or legacy for my future generation.

Q: What is your favourite motto?

A: “To be rather than to seem to be” It is a motto that was instilled by Queens College, and I live by it day in and day out.

Q: Your favourite quote?

A: The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall Nelson Mandela.

Q: How do you relax?

A: In my spare time, I love watching sport so most of the time when I am relaxing I am always binge watching soccer.

Q: What book are you reading?

A: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.

Q: Define your personal style?

A: I would like to consider myself as a very down to earth type of person, relaxed and open minded.

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