The Trolls Happiness Squad together with four local celebs are bringing happiness to Mzansi this festive season.
They are inviting South Africans to submit their wishes and over the next few weeks, the team will work to make how many wishes come true.
In today’s world which is largely driven by negativity and fear, Trolls Mzansi shows that each of us can bring about positive change through our actions, by doing the right thing and helping others even when faced with formidable challenges.
The Happiness Squad is coming to Killarney Mall between 15 and 18 November to make wishes come true. Community members are encouraged to submit their wish up to the value of R10 000 via the Trolls Mzansi social media pages (www.Facebook.com/trollsmzansi and www.instagram.com/trollsmzansi using the hashtag #TrollsMzansi). Wishes will be randomly selected by the Happiness Squad.
The Rosebank Killarney Gazette is excited to announce that there will be a special wish that will be granted under Caxton Cares and the Happiness Squad. Don’t miss this opportunity to have a dream of yours realised.
It’s so easy to enter; Visit Killarney Mall and drop your entry or tweet your wishes to @RK_Gazette and include the hashtag #TrollsMzansi
Selected influencers including Rachel Kolisi, Brent Lindeque, Sureshnie Rider and Moshe Ndiki were chosen because of their troll-like characteristics and contagious happiness.
Rachel’s troll-mate is Poppy because they both share the same optimistic, kind and happy energy.
The ideal troll-mate for Brent is Branch, the survivalist, because he is prepared, practical and a real big softy at heart.
Moshe’s troll buddy is none other than Guy Diamond – the dynamic troll. Just like his troll alter-ego, Moshe is flashy, fun and fearless.
Sureshnie’s troll-mate is none other than DJ Suki. Besides the fact that they can both always be counted on to lay down some beats, they’re both sweet, understanding and lovable.