Sandile Dlamini hates bad service, but what he hates even more is hanging around in queues, waiting to book for a show, an event or anything, really. In fact, he hates it so much that he is working on a mobile booking system to totally eradicate queuing in South Africa. Sandile is currently involved in the SABS Design Institute's 43 Challenge offered by the Design & Innovation Entrepreneurship Centre. In this challenge candidates receive design, business and development assistance to bring their bright ideas to market - be they products or services.
Here are some questions for this young entrepreneur:What are you working on with the SABS Design institute?
A mobile booking system intended for 'The total eradication of queues in South Africa'Who are you, What is your story?
I'm from Centurion, chaps in the street call me Clei (pronounced Clay), trying to advance SA by eradicating queues in all spheres of our beautiful lives.What have you designed/invented in the past?
An electricity mobile phone payment system (still trying to get bureaucrats and the fat cats to see the light).What are some of the things, you can't leave the house without?
Cell phone, this is to communicate with all my usual suspects and the first lady.What are you really bad at?
Valentine's day, it has been an awkward day for most of my life, either I forget the day or I am too broke to buy a present.What gives you hope?
To be alive, everything is possible.Words to live by?
Excellence is an art, the first and the last, I am that art
.Apple, Android, or Blackberry?
Apple, don't have it yet but a man can live with a BB.Video interview:Social media links:www.twitter.com/clementdlaminiwww.facebook.com/43challengewww.twitter.com/43challenge