l She loves dancing.
l She reads the Bible.
l She ordered tramezzini take-away.
l Throwing big money into football does not translate into instant success on the field of play. Sundowns took two years to start winning after she and her husband took over.
l "I don't support Sundowns; Sundowns is the love of my life".
l Patrice Motsepe "runs" Sundowns; she "loves" Sundowns.
l She's often stopped - mobbed is the word - on the streets by soccer fans wanting to know if she'd ever come back to Sundowns.
l She was watching the Brazil-US women's Olympic soccer match before making time to meet us, in between a Safa women's seminar in Vereeniging.
l Thinks football is like art: "It's beautiful to watch."
l Came to South Africa in 1970.
l Started her involvement in local soccer at Moroka Swallows.
l Walks without fear in the streets of Mamelodi "when people love you, they love you".
l Loves fashion "like all women do".
l Often a handful, some men would resort to Stone Age tactics to silence her - she was once slapped by musician Sello Chico Twala, at the time with Ria Stars.
l She speaks highly of the late Sonia Gandhi, Graca Machel, Precious Moloi-Motsepe.
l Her mother Fedra and sister Maria represent her pillars of support.