- Known as Dr Sipho Dlamini, the social media space is currently overwhelmed by a man who has just bagged a Ph.D. from the University of South Africa
- Dr Dlamini also holds an M. Ed in Science Education qualification and specialises in Chemistry, which he studied at the Naruto University of Education in Japan
- Briefly News shot straight to the comments section on the social media post to select a few inspiring ones congratulating our own Dr Dlamini
South Africans are inspired by a man, Dr Sipho Dlamini, who is in possession of a number of academic degrees. According to a recent Facebook post by the Mpumalanga Department of Education, Dlamini is a jack of all trades - or a man of many hats.
This comes after the page has dedicated a special post to the man who recently bagged a Philosophy Doctorate from the University of South Africa.
Reads a post from the Facebook page:
“The Mpumalanga Department of Education congratulates DR SIPHO NHLANHLA DLAMINI who was recently conferred a Ph.D. degree by the University of South Africa (UNISA), Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Technology.
“Dr. Dlamini is also in possession of an M. Ed in Science Education: Chemistry from Naruto University of Education in Japan, a B.Ed degree from UNISA, FDE (Mathematics & Science) from the then Rand Afrikaanse University, now known as the University of Johannesburg as well as a BSc Ed degree (Chemistry & Education) from the University of the North.
“He is presently attached to the OR Tambo MST Academy in Emalahleni Local Municipality. Please join us as we congratulate Dr. Dlamini on his marvellous achievement.”
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A monumental achievement such as this one could not be complete without Briefly News having to look at the comments section as reactions were positive.
@Vincent Mkhabela said:
"He's the best.”
@Jabulani Tshuma said:
"Congratulations Dr Dlamini ion this marvellous achievement. You made it against all odds.”
@Lelo Koning said:
@Bihnie Ledwaba said:
“Congratulations are in order Dr.”
Briefly News recently ran an article that unexpected challenges can sometimes get in the way of finally finishing your degree.
One Pretoria graduate took to social media to share the awe-inspiring story of how he finally made it happen.
In the Facebook post by popular student forum, Varsity World, Lehlogonolo Mashishi shares his first setback in university came after his initial funding body had let the young man down and left him with a whopping R106k in student debt.
The aspiring actuarial scientist spent his second year sacrificing the rent and pocket money from his new bursary to cover the old debt, all while working part-time just to make enough money for food and other necessities.
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