Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
BAMUZA Sono could easily have ridden on his famous father's coat-tails but he did not, simply because he is his own man.
While he features for his father's club, Jomo Cosmos, Bamuza is making a name for himself.
The midfielder took time out to chat to Sowetan.
Q: How old were you when you started developing an interest in sports?
A: I was about five and I was playing with guys who were older than me. I think that helped me out a lot because it made me mature quicker.
Q: Who did you support as a child and who were your heroes?
A: I supported Orlando Pirates because my family supported them. But since I started playing professionally it's been Cosmos all the way. My heroes were Diego Maradona, Pele and Jomo Sono.
Q: What car do you drive?
A: I drive a Mercedes-Benz C230.
Q: If money was not an issue, which car would you be driving?
A: A Range Rover.
Q: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
A: South Africa. It's the best for me.
Q: If you could choose between DJ Fresh and Glen Lewis, who would it be?
A: DJ Fresh.
Q: If you could invite five famous people over for dinner, who would they be?
A: Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama, Sepp Blatter, Jomo Sono and Pele.
Q: If you could bring one famous person back from the dead, who would it be?
A: Michael Jackson, I liked him very much.
Q: Who is your all-time favourite musician?
A: Luther Vandross.
Q: What is your favourite song?
A: Superstar (Until you come back to me).
Q: Who are your favourite actors?
A: Matt Damon, Bruce Willis and Will Smith.
Q: What is your favourite movie?
Q: Have you got a celebrity crush?
A: No I haven't.
Q: What do you know about global warming?
A: The fact that we are causing it with all the pollution and the cutting down of trees.
Q: What do you do in your spare time?
A: I prefer staying at home, listening to music and playing TV games. I also enjoy hanging out with my kids.
Q: What is your favourite restaurant?
A: The Butcher Grill in Sandton.
Q: Any embarrassing moments on or off the field?
A: I was about 12 years old and we were playing but I was very pressed and I took a leak on the touchline while the game was on.