- Bonang has a lot to celebrate lately and her mom has given her one more thing
- The celebrity took to Twitter to praise her mom for graduation from university
- Her post inspired social media users who praise Bonang and her amazing mother
Bonang Matheba took to Twitter to celebrate her mom's success. She shared a post from the University of KwaZulu-Natal which reported that her mom, Ms Charlotte Mokoena (56) had graduated with a Master of Commerce degree.
Not only did she graduate but she also attained her degree cum laude (with distinction).
"Executive Vice-President of Human Resources and Stakeholder Relations at Sasol, Ms Charlotte Mokoena (56), graduated with a Master of Commerce (Leadership Studies) degree, attaining her degree cum laude."
Bonang's fans shared in the celebrations and praised her mom for doing so well:
"Becoming a young single parent, I thought I should put my studies on hold for this year...but seeing this motivation, haibo I am not giving up. I am going to be ALRIGHT!! I am continuing my online classes, going to raise my son and secure the bag with the little I make."
"I now understand why you are so strong she looks strong and supportive like you darling like her mother and like a daughter charity begins at home and thanks to her mother for blessing us with this beautiful soul and beautiful human being and she strong than the pain❤✌"
"@bonang_m your mom, my boss!! Congratulations mama, we see you! We celebrate with you! We are encouraged to do better as black girls in the company because we have role models such as yourself! Mme Charlotte Mokoena."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Bonang Matheba recently got vaccinated in New York and some people were wondering what the celeb was doing in the Big Apple.
A fan asked where Bonang had disappeared to and Bonang revealed that she had relocated to New York. She had planned on moving in 2020 but then the world went a little bit crazy, so she had to stay put for a while.
In other news, South African media personality Bonang Matheba is currently in the States. The Mzansi ‘It’ girl immediately got to getting the Covid-19 vaccine as soon as she landed in New York.
Taking to social media Instagram stories, Bonang shared a video of herself getting the jab.
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