Wednesday, 12 November 2014
The VooDoo lounge was once again kind enough to host BWA and this time around, we were interviewing the talkative and crazy, yet down-to-earth Sange, and what a fun interview it was!
"My name means 'to kiss the right hand'," she explained "and my other name means 'Joy'," she went on. I'm pretty sure that the guys are still fascinated by her first name though, wanting to be the ones to fulfill its meaning.
At this stage, we weren't sure about her claim of being talkative but it was only a minute later that it got confirmed. I don't know when the conversation went on to the topic of food but Sange gave me a mouthful on that one. "I eat a lot, more than you do. Ask me what I ate this morning.." she said, intimidatingly staring right into my eyes.
I didn't even have to ask her before she carried on.. " I had eight slices of bread, cereal and a hot beverage," she told me with a sense of pride. Amazed? Wait till you here her high school meals...
"In high school I'd eat a large pack of hot chips, a loaf of bread and a yogurt to sooth it all down," she said and it was confirmed, Sange is talkative and will never let your money go to waste on a date.
This 19 year old journalism student resides in Amalinda and is a sporting fanatic, playing most of the sporting codes available in her former highschool, Cambridge, including water-polo. "I haven't played sport in while though. Besides jogging the whole of last week, I haven't been active sports wise this year," Sange confirmed, leaving me wondering how she keeps her 'hour glass' structure in shape.
Sange sees her self married in the next 11 years with a stable life and a stable income. When I asked about the ideal husband she wasn't too fussy on appearances, stating only that he mustn't be obese. "I want someone on the same intellectual level as me, someone who'll make me laugh and definitely make me happy," she said, also adding that she recently started seeing someone..tough luck fellaz.
"Keep viewing this blog!" was her first message to the viewers out there and BWA couldn't agree more..."Women need to work hard for themselves so that they can depend on themselves to make a success of their lives. It's high time we stopped depending on men to further our lives, we must show them that they are our equals," Sange closed off.