Position in the EFF: PCT member, Beaufort West
Tell us about your early life and education.
I was born and grew up in Beaufort West. I studied counselling in George where i started my career as an HIV councillor.
When and how did you get involved in politics?
I got involved in politics in 1992 when i decided to join the ANC. I was a BCT member in my ward then. I was recruited in 2013 by Mr. Joseph and joined the EFF, i currently serve in my position in Beaufort West.
What attracts you most to EFF?
Manifesto of the EFF attracts me.
What would you do even if you didn’t get paid to do it?
I will be a loyal member off EFF.
What would you say to South Africans when asked about the land/jobs/education or pick a current issue, based on the 7 pillars of the EFF?
Expropriation of land without compensation for equatable redistribution is important to restore the dignity of our people.
Why is it important for you to be a public servant?
To serve my community in their needs
What radical transformation/changes do you intend on focusing in your respective deployment areas?
To fight racism in my region.