Halala: Mzansi Joins Woman Who Celebrates BSc Honours Degree as a Quantity Surveyor

Halala: Mzansi Joins Woman Who Celebrates BSc Honours Degree as a Quantity Surveyor

  • South Africans are once again inspired by a young KwaZulu-Natal woman who recently graduated from the University of Cape Town
  • Simunye Ntuli has credited God after graduating with a BSc (Hons) in quantity surveying and she posted the news on LinkedIn and Instagram
  • The young woman's followers are delighted and have naturally joined her as she celebrates this massive achievement

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Simunye Ntuli is a bubbly woman based in KwaZulu-Natal and is the latest in the academic sector to bag an honours degree in quantity surveying. Ntuli took to LinkedIn and Instagram to share the news as she celebrates her milestone.

The young lady says she has graduated from the University of Cape Town and says it was through God that she managed to fulfil her academic dreams.

Looking at the bio via the professional networking platform, Ntuli is employed by the KZN Department of Public Works.

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Mzansi, Woman, Degree, Quantity Surveyor
South Africans are happy for Simunye Ntuli who is a qualified quantity surveyor. Image: @SimunyeNtuli/Instagram/LinkedIn
Source: Instagram

The post reads:

“Today I am officially a BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying graduate from the University of Cape Town. Thank you Jesus. To my friends and family, ngiswele amazwi okunibonga.”

@Xolani Nhlapo said:

“Inspiring and congratulations.”

@Ayoola Joseph said:

“Congratulations on the successful completion of your study. Welcome to the world of possibilities as a Quantity Surveyor. Would like to have you as a connection here. I am a graduate of Quantity Surveying. You can do well to accept my connection request.”

@Marota Mokabane said:

“Felicitations on your attainment, so proud of you.”

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@Agbezin John said:

“Congratulations Simunye Ntuli, may the milestone become the beginning of unlimited success in your career.”

@Sibusiso Xulu said:

“So ke mele uze zosibalela ama Quantities one day.”

@Craig Fortune said:

“What a proud achievement and I hope that you will strive from greatness to greatness, strength to strength and brightness to brightness in Jesus mighty name.”

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@Afeez Deji said:

“Congratulations and welcome onboard....I'm sure you are aware that this QS profession has enormous areas in which you can specialize. Also, I encourage you to key into the digital transformation we are currently in.”

Lady who graduated with 1st class bags scholarship for Master's in the US

Remaining with education, Briefly News reported that a young Nigerian lady identified as Sarah Oladejo has taken to social media to celebrate her win after bagging a full-ride scholarship for her master's degree in computational biology at the University of Alabama, United States.

Taking to her LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, Oladejo, who graduated from the Lagos State University (LASU) with a first-class, said she was selected for the Mastercard Foundation Scholarship.

The achievement didn't come on a platter of gold for the young lady as she had to work relentlessly to ensure she was given the scholarship.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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