"Future Chief Justice": Man Proudly Celebrates Journeying Into World of Law

"Future Chief Justice": Man Proudly Celebrates Journeying Into World of Law

- A young man recently shared a heartwarming post about finally becoming an Honours law degree holder

- According to the post, it was not easy for him but eventually he ended up making it as a graduate

- Many people loved to see it and were soon congratulating him heartily in the comment section

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A young South African has become one of the many graduates South Africa has welcomed recently. In a post shared by Varsity World, the young man expressed his joy at finally obtaining his Honours in law.

"Future Chief Justice": Man Proudly Celebrates Journeying Into World of Law
This young man made his father proud. Image: Varsity World
Source: Facebook
"Dreams delayed are definitely not dreams denied! I didn't complete my LLB in record time but I never gave up. I want to take this opportunity to encourage everyone experiencing a difficult time, enjoy the struggle.

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"You'll look back and realise that had you given up, you wouldn't be where you are that day. What you are seeing is a proud parent that never gave up on his son. LLB Honours degree obtained. #FutureChiefJustice. - DM Seleteng"

Locals had this to say:

Hlakaniphan Lastborn Ngema:

"This is inspirational. Some of us are learning something that'll help us work hard towards attaining that respective degree. Our parents shall be proud of us, regardless of where they are."

Pearl Windvogel said:

"Hard work and perseverance pay off."

In similar inspiring Briefly News, Lungelo Dube has described her journey towards finally obtaining her Master's degree as a 'never-ending rollercoaster'. The stunner has a real passion for nature conservation and so chose to focus her studies on human-wildlife conflict resolution, a field of study not easy to find financial aid for.

Luckily, Dube got some assistance back in 2018 and started her Master's journey with the help of the GreenMatter Fellowship programme, which aims to lend a helping hand to passionate environmental students just like her.

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To her generous sponsors at GreenMatter, she had this to say:

"I'm eternally grateful for Janavi Da Silva and Dr John Hanks for their never-ending support and always going the extra mile for me. Not only did they encourage me, but they fought for me. I'll never forget the massive contribution they made for this very moment."

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Source: Briefly News

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