- A beautiful young South African woman has recently headed online to celebrate getting her PhD
- The self-proclaimed humanitarian shared a snap of herself looking gorgeous in a graduation gown
- The post was well-received from her followers who shared beautiful and supportive comments in the replies section
Mzansi has gained another beautiful doctor and we are super proud and super happy. Taking to Twitter, our newest doctor, Nosipho Makhakhe celebrated bagging her PhD in a super heartwarming and equally inspiring post.
The self-proclaimed "human of humanitarian" completed the motivational post with a snap of herself looking all sorts of stunning in a graduation cap and gown and her many followers loved to see it.
"It's PhDone... Thank you, Lord," she captioned the hearwarming Twitter post.
Many of her friends and followers wasted no time taking to the comment section to share sweet congratulatory messages and well wishes. Read their comments below:
"Inspiring, congratulations Dr Makhakhe"
"Congratulations Dr... The PhDs in my TL are so heartwarming. Well done Black child... Sbwl"
"Well done Dr N Makhakhe.... ndiza ntakandindi the sky is the limit"
"Wow that's very inspiring beautiful .. congratulations Dr"
In more inspiring Briefly News Dr Matshoba-Ramuedzisi has certainly shut down all the nay-sayers, becoming the first-ever black woman to obtain her PhD in Leadership from the University of Pretoria.
The choice to go back to school can be a difficult one, especially when so many other responsibilities seem to take precedence. However, a Pretoria woman is shutting down all the 'nos' that might have come her way, choosing to go back to school and complete her PhD despite having a full-time career and family to take care of.
Dr Matshoba-Ramuedzisi has credited her family for their love and encouragement, helping her make the brave choice to go back to school after almost 12 years out of the game.
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