- Olympic champion, Caster Semenya has just bagged her Postgraduate certificate in Sports Management
- The studious athlete has long been attaining her academic pursuits, but this time was disappointed at not being able to receive her certificate in person
-Mzansi social media users sympathised with the sports star, taking to the comment section and sharing in congratulatory messages
Local golden-girl Caster Semenya has the incredible skill to impress audiences on and off the field, this time bagging her Postgraduate certificate in Sports Management.
Caster bags her degree
The studious olympiad is certainly proving why brains and brawn can co-exist, taking to Instagram to share the news of her most recent graduation. Although the athlete is overjoyed about reaching the once-in-a-lifetime milestone, it's clear Semenya had hoped to receive her certificate in person.
"Today it's that day but virtual not the same feeling like the walk of fame for those few seconds" she captioned her celebratory post.
Well wishes from the online community
Mzansi social media users definitely sympathised with the sports star, taking to the comments section to share their thoughts.
"Congrats champ. just finished watching my own virtual graduation, it's really not the same, but we made it"
"Congratz my dear"
"Awww girl congratulations congratulations"
More graduate news
In some more news about celebrity graduates, Briefly News previously reported that 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."
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