Happiness Koma My journey to become a social justice activist
I am Happiness Koma, I come from Burgersfort at Moshira Village. I am 25 years old. In 2015 I started to work at Mokopane in a tavern, I saw that it is not good life and decided to come back home. I am volunteering to help the old and disable people until now. From 2017 to 2018 I worked as a domestic worker at Moshira crèche. I joined political space in 2017, I was the security of the youth in the (area) village until I met a chairperson of Sekhukhune Environment Justice Network (SEJN) in 2017.
In 2017 I joined another organisation the name is Groundwork, the chairperson is Bobby peer. My movement is to help children who lost their parents not to stop going to school. In life there is nothing that cannot work. Do not focus on men, focus on the future because your future will be bright.