A: Owner of Sugarbakers in Bollywood.
Q: Community/charity work?
A: I run a soup kitchen for the homeless outside the Sugarbakers shop every week.
Q: What motivates you to achieve more in life?
A: My family as well as the love and passion I have for what I do.
Q: What keeps you grounded?
A: My husband Leon Boucher keeps me grounded and is my voice of reason.
Q: Who is your role model?
A: The most amazing people in my life are my role-models – my mother Debbie Els and father Hennie Els.
Q: What is your motto in life?
A: Be humble in everything you do.
Q: What do you value most?
A: My amazing family and wonderful friends
Q: What book are you currently reading? Other hobbies?
A: At the moment I’m not reading a book as I’m attending Bible study, so I’m focusing more on the scriptures. Coming up with new cake ideas and recipes is what I love doing.
Q: What would you like to see change in our country?
A: The abuse of women and children, especially when the abuse is done by a loved one. I would like to see justice served properly to those men who are guilty of abuse.
Q: What is your favourite family destination in East London?
A: Nahoon Beach and Batting Bridge on the river bank.
Q: Where is your favourite place to eat in East London?
A: Cantina and Craft