What are the three must see places in you city for visitors?
The beautiful Table Mountain with the cable car leading to the top, where you can get the best view of the City of Cape Town. Then there is the wine routes in Stellenbosch, Paarl and all the Towns along the route. Thirdly, we have amazing beaches with the breath-taking sun set and top notch seaside restaurants.
What can visitors expect from the city’s football fans?
Cape Town has a colourful bunch of supporters and very passionate about the football in general, but we also have a chilled holiday vibe so you mix that with our passion, expert lots of fun and a stress free environment with crazy parties.
What’s your favourite 'hang-out' place in the city and why?
Definitely the restaurants in Camps Bay on a hot summer’s day overlooking the beach, and a the various Market places serving delicious Cape Town food.
If you were to take a day trip out of the city, where would you go?
If I want to explore nature, I take a bout trip to Hout Bay, around the Cape Point to see the Seals or a boat trip to Haarmans to see the Whales.
If I want to appreciate our History I also take a boat trip to Robin Island to where our former President Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years, along with all the other heroes who fought against Apartheid.
Who do you think is the most famous person to come out of your city and why?
Mark Lottering, he is an internationally acclaimed comedian who has kept the local flavour in his act, and that what makes him the most successful Cape Townian to me because he is a local boy who has stayed true to his roots.
How is the hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup going to impact your city?
I believe the 2010 WC will impact our city in a number of different ways such as, job creation for ordinary for the people, an increase in the tourist industry. Cape Town will get a showcase to the world its diverse culture, Black traditional food, Cape Malay food, Coloured food and everybody’s favourite Fish and Chips, the various wines, fruits and flowers.