Bhekizenzo Mabaso

 

Bhekizenzo Mabaso

Bhekizenzo Morgan Mabaso is proud IsiZulu speaking human rights activist, a father of 3 (two daughters and one son) and not married. He was born in Hammarsdale Mpumalanga township in the year 1990, raised by a single parent (mother) with his four younger siblings, he started school at age 6 at Ubhedu primary school, proceeded to Ingede senior primary and matriculated at Isibukosezwe high school in the year 2007 on a Humanities stream.

After matric he was employed at a community project that was meant to bring water and sanitation, he became the youngest member of the African National Congress in ward 91 in 2008/9. In 2010 he joined an organisation called Fundubhale as a story teller, it objectives till this day is to assist children with reading and writing skills and enhance love of information and education. In 2013 he joined an organisation called KwaZulu Natal History and Intrapreneurial Society as a researcher, it objectives is to collect and study the history of (Mpumalanga township) with the intention to share this knowledge with peers and learners in schools and community through dialogues.

In February 2016 he was trained as a Human rights advocate, community development practitioner and a peace builder by Africa Unite organisation and became a human right for social cohesion peer educator. After the training he volunteered as an administrator of a newly opened Africa Unite office in KwaZulu Natal. In 2017 he was employed in this position and as an acting field facilitator. He is currently employed by Africa Unite as Human rights field facilitator and programs co-ordinator.