Briefly describe you/your background?
I am an East African, based in South Africa. I am a young and inquisitive woman who is extremely passionate about human development.
What’s your favourite day of the week and why?
My favourite day of the week is a Monday; I deem Mondays as the day to reflect, revise and align the week ahead.
Your Favourite weekend hang out?
Personally, it's a combination of a few things that create the perfect hang out - laughter, learning and moments worth remembering. I suppose settings conducive to all those are the hang-out.
What is your favourite form of relaxing?
I am a big fan of pool tables, it is the strangest thing - the game the most calming game I have ever played. With that being said, a pool table, tons of water & food, and laughter are the perfect setting for me.
What makes you laugh/smile?
What keeps my smile is seeing people happy and witnessing joy. Goofy content and humour carry my laughter - I am open to most kinds of humour.
What is your favourite tourism destination?
I hope I am allowed to list a few: Djibouti, Seychelles, Cape Verde, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand and Rome.
What or who inspires you?
God inspires me, and everyone who allows Him to mold them gives me a sense of hope.
What does it mean to you to be a part of Channel Africa in this era?
"We are called for such a time as this". I believe that being a part of Channel Africa gives me the opportunity to advocate for the similarities and traits that make Africans one. I believe that through this platform, we are able to demonstrate how unified we are, in essence. I also believe that Channel Africa serves as an educational platform and a safe space for us to learn more about each other as Africans.
How do you describe your on-air personality?
I value information distribution, and tend to be open and honest to my audience. I value people's opinion and input because radio is meant to be a conversation between two individuals. I am rather quirky when given the opportunity.
Your most memorable radio moment?
I have quite a few of these, and I believe the first would be my first show. Compared to now, it was an absolute tragedy, but what stood out for me was the fact that I didn't give up, despite the nerves, dried mouth, tongue-tied speech and the numerous blank moments where all I saw were white rings in my mind.
Any other passions besides radio?
I am truly passionate about people's development, and I strongly enjoy exploring; these two traits have led me to further exploring the science behind habits, amongst other topics that I believe would allow people to better themselves thus bettering their environment.
Do you have any phobias?
Well, a life lived in the absence of purpose and love.
Message you would like to share with your listeners.
Silence all noise that makes you doubt that you are capable.