I have my doubts. Where is God in all of the major wars in the world?
Nothing. We return to ash – and that’s why I am making the most of this life.
I would finalise my financial and administrative affairs so there are no complications, and then once that is done, I would make my way into the wilderness.
I won’t have one. My ashes will be scattered on the lands of Shamwari where there is water, fire and light.
My work, which is my hobby and my life.
To read a lot quicker, and gain more knowledge through that.
I am an avid historian.
Poverty, hardship, lost opportunities, and the death of a friend.
A lunatic, a capitalist and very driven.
Goal driven, must achieve, can’t resist a deal and a family man.
As someone who has added value to the environment and to people’s lives.
I lead and motivate by example. I would never ask someone to do something that I have not done.
A measurement of success. In Cricket, you measure success with runs, and in rugby and golf, it’s the score.
Work hard. There are no short cuts.
Turn the page – your life is in front of you.
There are still so many exciting opportunities for Mantis in our quest to achieve worldwide brand recognition.
I would die! Actually, I would travel more, especially within South Africa. And I would write a book!
To be healthy.
I have failed in business before and I should be much more successful in business than I am.
It is like a child growing up, a number of growing pains. Our only hope is if democracy survives.
If we do not address the population issue and abuse of the environment, it will implode.