- A gorgeous and extremely bright young South African woman has become an inspiration to all after she managed to bag her PhD
- The young intelligent woman is now the proud owner of a PhD in Applied Mathematics with a research focus in Astrophysics
- Locals could not be more proud and wasted any time heading to the comment where they shared heartwarming congratulatory messages with the inspiring young woman
Mzansi truly has the most beautiful and talented people and Sinenhlanhla Sikhosana is one of the people that truly leave many of us inspired. The brilliant young woman recently bagged a noteworthy PhD and we could not be more proud.
Beauty with the brains to match
In a heartwarming post that was made by Dr Sikhosana and shared on Varsity World, she proudly celebrates the fact that she is now a PhD holder in Applied Mathematics with a research focus on Astrophysics.
Halala Mzansi queen
"Officially Dr Sikhosana. PhD in Applied Mathematics with a research focus on Astrophysics"-Sinenhlanhla Sikhosana
Mzansi totally stans one of their own
Nkos'nomusa Nono KaNtshangase said:
"Congratulations are in order Dr"
Msiza Śëľõbã said:
"Farra God. Help me to reach that level too"
Le Monky said:
"WW... Congratulations ❤️ beautiful and intelligent Doctor."
TK Joy said:
"Great stuff! Well done"
A proud London graduate promises to share skills with Mzansi
Briefly News also reported that a book-smart accountant is certainly giving Mzansi much cause for celebration after graduating from the University of London with a BCOM Accounting degree. What's more, he achieved the incredible feat with a cum laude pass to boast.
The determined graduate's name is Sifiso Sithole. The Master of Sciences says his research in the chosen field will aim to help alleviate youth unemployment in Mzansi. Not seeing himself as part of South Africa's ever-increasing brain drain, Sifiso also has plans to continue making a difference here at home.
He currently works as a lecturer at the University of Johannesburg.
"I look forward to utilising more of the business strategy and skills that I am currently obtaining in my PGDA(CTA) and from my PGDIP in law to solve the unemployment issue faced in SA," he charmingly writes.
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Source: Briefly News