What are the three must see places in you city for visitors?
I think definitely Table Mountain is the top of the list. People have to go up the cable car and visit the top of the mountain. Secondly, the Waterfront, there are lots of places to visit around there. Thirdly will be the Cape Peninsula – they can’t miss it.
What can visitors expect from the city’s football fans?
It’s the same all over South Africa – it’s going to be very vibrant, a lot of colour and celebrations – people in this country love football.
What’s your favourite 'hang-out' place in the city and why?
I always go to Simons Town – it’s a very unique part of the city. There are lot of restaurants there.
If you were to take a day trip out of the city, where would you go?
I will take the wine route – through Stellenbosch and to other wine estates just outside Cape Town visit some wine farms and probably get a couple of wine bottles with. It is probably one of the few places where you will get good red wine.
Who do you think is the most famous person to come out of your city and why?
I will probably say Archbishop Desmond TUTU, he is renowned world wide. I’m not really sure he was born in Cape Town but I know he resides in Cape Town. He is the Nobel Prize winner and someone who played a vital role in the liberation of this country.
How is the hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup going to impact your city?
One of the major benefits is that it has given Cape Town a world class football facility- something which has been lacking for the past couple of years.