I live on the northern side of Joburg, and I work and play everywhere.
Is there a stranger name in the industry? Oh, and I write the Everyday Xhosa page on Facebook.
3. Describe your career so far.
It's been a movie. A dark comedy.
Not so much things, but people are my favourite. I love people.
The most exciting thing, which I love about my industry, is that there's always new talent coming through.
My workday starts with exercise at 5:30am most days, followed by the school run – those are the only two constants. I prefer to be home by 7pm, for family time, after which I sometimes resume work after 9pm or 10pm, depending on the workload.
A sense of humour, heart, coffee and respect, lots of respect.
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I'm a big fan of independent agencies, and we have two very good ones that are giving the multinational brands a run for their money!
The biggest one by far is the struggle for relevance in a world and a marketplace that's changed much faster than most had anticipated. We were caught with our pants down, we now need to pull them up chop-chop.10. What are you working on right now?
4IR, content, storytelling.
Personally, I like: "Suba weak mfondini," hahaha! [Ed: Google Translate says this means,
“Get weak in the fray”]
Literally anywhere and everywhere, but I have to admit, the shower is pretty special to me.
I haven't used a bottle opener to open a beer in ages.
Selfies with my two-year-old, guitar apps, references for work and tons of music.
There is literally nobody else like you, that's your biggest differentiator. Bring all of you, don't self-censor, don't be apologetic.
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