- Syllabus Mogashoa is a man from Limpopo who just bagged a law degree from Wits University with distinction
- The proud former University of Limpopo student shared the news online and is an inspiration to his followers in Mzansi for excelling at Wits
- Looking at the reactions, many people have praised the legal mind because they argue that it’s not easy to succeed at Wits
Syllabus Mogashoa is an internet sensation following his major achievement in the academic field. The man from Limpopo says he "aced the Wits University edge" after bagging a degree in Law.
The former University of Limpopo student says he qualified with a Bachelor of Laws with distinction. The young chap seriously inspired his followers and Briefly News takes a look.
The post reads:
“Yo a Wits LLB, salute you. It takes others nine years to finally get that at Wits.”
“Four years of BA and five Ya LLB.”
“Congratulations my brother. I'm still on my journey as well. Good things come to those who wait. Thanks jurist.”
“Sir, you motivate me. I'm currently doing my LLB at UP. Can't wait for that sweet moment.”
“Congratulations Syllabus. You have done well my good sir. All the best with LLM and your future desires. OJ.”
“Congratulations to you and welcome to the profession officially!! Haai wena legal practitioner!!”
"Wae shapa Syllabus.”
“My future advocate, congratulations.”
Halala: Mzansi joins woman celebrating BSc Honours Degree in quantity surveying
Still looking at graduates, Briefly News reported that 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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