Mzansi Gains Another Graduate After Gorgeous Lady Bags Social Worker Degree

Mzansi Gains Another Graduate After Gorgeous Lady Bags Social Worker Degree

- A gorgeous woman recently joined the world of graduates and celebrated it with an inspirational post

- According to the post, the South African stunner is now a qualified social worker

- Many locals were super proud of her and made this known in the comment section of the post

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Over the last few months, South Africa has opened its arms to a plethora of graduates who will be helping the country reach new frontiers. Another gorgeous lady has become one of those proud graduates, according to Varsity World.

Mzansi Gains Another Graduate After Gorgeous Lady Bags Social Worker Degree
This young lady is now qualified. Image: Varsity World
Source: Facebook
"A degreed social worker.-Nomvula Dlamini. Case management officer at SWAGAA," Varsity World's post reads about the gorgeous woman in her cap and gown.

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Given the country's past and the fact that many South Africans simply could not afford to get a tertiary education, it is truly heartwarming to see that so many young locals are finally reaching this important milestone.

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Which is the comment section was full of beautiful comments for the young lady who has made not only herself but the nation proud:

Cebile Thabede said:

"Congratulations Nomvula, an advocate for women."

Rochelle Brink said:

"Congratulations young lady"

Zola Mofokeng said:

"Congratulations to her."

Briefly News also reported that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Shadesof_kara has celebrated her matriculation ceremony. In a post on Wednesday, May 19, the lady said that she waited for five long years before she could have the opportunity of wearing a matric gown.

Celebrating the personal feat, the lady shared four photos where she struck different poses in the gown. Many tweeps congratulated her as they wished the student well in her academic career.

@EKEzenwobi said:

"Very big congratulations, don't lose sight of the reason you were persistent in getting into the University. It's only gonna last 4years, 7years at most. Don't sacrifice future gains for present frivolities. Wishing you the best!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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