What are the three must see places in you city for visitors?
Lakeside in Benoni because its such a nice and beautiful place. Secondly, I would say Soweto's Hector Peterson Museum because people will learn more about South Africa there. My third choice has to be Alexander township, where I was born. It's not that far from Sandton. The latter has produced some of the county's most influential people.
What can visitors expect from the city's football fans?
Passion at the stadiums, people in Johannesburg love football. For many of our people, football is part of their lifestyle.
What's your favourite ‘hang-out' place in the city and why?
Lakeside, the place is beautiful and a very quiet place. Not too many know about it,. but I love it there. It's different in many ways and I always enjoy my spare time there.
If you were to take a day trip out of the city, where would you go?
I would go to Mpumalanga, its not that far from Johannesburg and it's a magnificent place with so much variety and wildlife. You also find the Kruger National Park there.
Who do you think is the most famous person to come out of your city and why?
I would say it's Dr Irvin Khoza (the chairman of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee). Most of the youngsters in Alex (Alexander Township, where Khoza was born) look up to him.
How is the hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup going to impact your city?
I think the benefits of hosting the tournament are there for everyone to see. The roads are being upgraded, the airports are undergoing some refurbishments. There is so much to gain from hosting this great tournament.