- A young woman recently shared how she made the decision to get a tertiary qualification 15 years after she matriculated
- In her post, she proudly explains that she is now the proud owner of a diploma from the Nelson Mandela University
- The post received over 2k reactions from locals who wasted no time in congratulating her warmly
A beautiful South African woman has done what not many people are brave enough to do. Sharing with Varsity World, Phumela Jako shared that she made the courageous decision to get a qualification 15 years after she matriculated from high school.
"I passed my matric in 2003. 2018 decided to go back to school. 30 April 2021 I graduated. Diploma in Logistics at Nelson Mandela University. It's a dream come true"-Phumela Jako
The post has received thousands of reactions from locals who were super proud and motivated. Heading to the comment section, many South Africans congratulated her on such a wonderful achievement.
Read a few of their comments below:
Thobekile Shezi said:
"Congratulations . I'm inspired. I matriculated in 2010, 2019 was my first year at UJ and this is my final year doing a diploma in accountancy. You're my inspiration"
Natasha Pieters said:
"Congratulations well deserved.... this motivates more people to study further"
Briefly News also reported that spreading hope is honestly such a beautiful thing to do. A young woman recently spread some hope online after posting about where she started versus where she is now. According to the post, she went from being a single mother and maid to being in a loving relationship and even working abroad as a chef.
"From being a single parent to finding a loving partner who loves me with my 2 kids. From working as a maid to being a cook. From Soweto to Belgium. Izinto zahlangana at last... never write yourself off, I swear God is not done with you. Bekezela," she wrote.
Many South Africans were super proud of how far she has come and headed to the comment section of the post to share just how inspired they were by the post.
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