1.What city are you currently in and what do you love most about this city?
I’m born and raised in Durban however regularly shoot in Johannesburg. I love Durban’s irreplaceable weather. There’s something so special about our climate here. We glow different.
2.Your favourite hangout spot in your home town is?
The Oyster Box. It’s so peaceful and serene, with a majestic ocean breeze and the curry is divine.
3.A song that perfectly describes your country right now?
Move For Me by Cassper Nyovest.
4.What is on your music playlist currently?
I have quite a mix:
- Rihanna – Phresh Out the Runway
- Mlindo The Vocalist – Macala ft Kwesta, Sfeesoh & Thabsie
- Charly Black – Gyal You a Party Animal
- Aya Nakamura – Djadja
- Patoranking ft Diamond Platnumz – Love You Die
- Gyptian – Hold You
5.What are you reading?
The subtle art of not giving a F&@$ by Mark Manson and Becoming by Michelle Obama.
6.What would you say is the biggest artistic impact Africa has had on the world?
Africa is famous for many reasons. From our local dance moves used by so many American artist, our African print fabrics adorned and appreciated by world renowned icons. Our comedians making the entire world laugh (Trevor)! And of course King Mufasa and adorable Simba that has the world in awe. Our biggest artistic impact on the world is our originality and authenticity.
7.What is that one African dish you wish the entire world knew about?
It has to be samp and beans 🙂 NB I can cook that!
8.What does your name mean?
It means her father’s pride.
9.If you had one super power what would it be and why?
The ability to eradicate every form of women abuse and create gender equality. I am a women empowerment activist.
10.If you weren’t a famous model what would you be?
I can’t imagine being anything else, but I am a graduate with a Bcom in Accounting so a Chartered Accountant.