Assalamu-alaykum, in case you're
wondering this is the way in which I greet. It is a universal Islamic
greeting which simply means Hello. I am 17 Years old. I am the youngest
in our family which comprises of my troublesome but caring three elder
brothers and irreplaceble parents. I currently reside in Sandton which
is situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. In life I would like to strive
to have God as a constant reminder, as if it weren't for Him you won't
be reading this. One of my other aims is to think positive and to look
for the good within. My ultimate wish for the future is to remain devout
to my God, ALLAH, for He is my ultimate guider and protector through life.
I know alot of people can't pronounce
it but it's a typical African name.
Dumelang. Le kae? If your wondering what this means, it means ''Hello,how
are you in Setswana,one of our official languages.Setswana is my mother
I am sixteen years old and
I am currently in Grade 11 at Dansa International College. I'm a very
friendly person with a very positive outlook on life. I try to live my
life to the fullest and always look and live everyday of my life as if
it were my last. I am a Christian and strongly believe in God. I try to
make Him my first priority in life because without Him there's no me.
I was born in Mafikeng into a family with high morals and values.
I have two brothers and one sister. My father was an ambassador of the
Bophuthatswana Embassy and my mother worked in the Department of Health.
This was before the 1994 elections, before ANC ruled the cabinet. In 1990
my dad was transferred to Pretoria and we had to move to a totally different
environment with strange people. People we had never seen before. We lived
in Waterkloof Ridge for about 7 years until my dad retired and we moved
to Mabopane. My mom also retired about 4 years ago. Now my parents are
self employed. I'm currently living with my aunt and uncle in Pretoria
West for transport reasons.