1.What city are you currently in and what do you love most about this city?
Rustenburg. Working in the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg can be extremely exhausting, so Rustenburg is where my roots are and being there naturally calms me down.
2.Your favourite hangout spot in your hometown is?
Kwa Reggy. This is a chesanyama in Tlhabane. They serve the best braai meat and a variety in music. I particularly love Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons.
3.A song that perfectly describes your country right now?
“Ke Tshepile Wena” by Lesego.
4.What is on your music playlist currently?
- Letta Mbulu & Caiphus Semenya
- The Commodores
- Jeffrey Osborne
- Tracy Chapman
5.What are you reading?
“The Dilemma” by Penny Vincezzi.
6.What would you say is the biggest artistic impact Africa has had on the world?
Music. Africa has been riddled with colonialism, racism and political unrest over the years and to spread the word for peace and love, music has always done that best.
7.What is that one African dish you wish the entire world knew about?
Mogodu & cow trotters.
8.What does your name mean?
My name means “hope”.
9.If you had one superpower what would it be and why?
If I had a superpower it would be to save abused children before the abuse even starts and I’d also show women who live with abusive partners the future of their relationships which in most cases end in death.
10.If you weren’t a famous actress what would you be?
If I was not an actress, I would be a veterinarian.