- The South African social media community is once again celebrating a young and stunning woman who has just graduated with a Master's of Science qualification
- Chanel Pretorius has shared her influential story on Facebook and says she is now a fully qualified scientist in the field of biochemistry
- Briefly News has also been attracted by this beautiful story and we select a few comments from Mzansi social networkers
A stunning and young South African woman has just completed her studies and qualified with a Master of Science in the field of Biochemistry. Her name is Chanel Pretorius and she has graduated from the University of Johannesburg.
The Facebook post reads:
"Master of Science (with distinction) in the field of Biochemistry. Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed. PhD candidate in Biochemistry at University of Johannesburg. - Chanel Pretorius”
South Africa is inspired
@Blossom Bliss said:
“Congratulations to my lab partner Chanel, we both graduated summa cum laude in Biochemistry and I used to be her mentor.“
@Tumelo Mandlela said:
“Can she at least tell us how she did it. That department is killing us.”
@Lebogang Masemola said:
“Congratulations. It makes me happy to see my team Biochemistry winning.”
@Marothi WaSemenya said:
@Sivuyisiwe Ponco said:
“Well done to you.”
@S’Yanda Yah said:
“I told you you'll make it babe. I miss you.”
Man bags PhD at the age of 29
In other related articles, Briefly News reported that Dr Tiyiselani Ndukwani is an inspiring man as he just clinched his PhD at the age of 29 and the Tshwane University of Technology graduate has shared his story.
Ndukwani says he is now a role model to his students and friends. The proud man is a lecturer at Rosebank College, according to his bio, and says he was referred to as "Dr" even before bagging his first degree.
He says that motivated him to go and register because he didn’t want to disappoint his peers. His story has been documented by Varsity World via Facebook.
Said Ndukwani as per the post:
"I am a role model to many people, my students and my friends. My students started calling Dr before I even registered for this degree. This motivated me to register for PhD because I didn't want to disappoint them."
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