- South Africans are congratulating a stunning lady who graduated from Wits University and her images have attracted social media followers
- The woman, @Melannin_Maps, says conquering the Wits edge is massive and cannot believe she’s a graduate
- Looking at the comments, it seems she is affiliated with EFF and some people boast that members of the party have brains coupled with beauty
Another South African woman has shared her journey to academic success on social after graduating from Wits University. @Melannin_Maps says she was led to follow and make education fashionable.
The stunning woman explains it's still unbelievable that she successfully graduated and conquered the Wits edge. Taking a glance at the Twitter post, the lady is definitely inspiring her social media family and Briefly News takes a look at the reactions.
The post reads:
“We pride ourselves in you daughter. Education is a foundation this generation should be built with.”
“Umntu abemhle aphinde abenengqondo, ithande ukunqongophala lendibano kulemihla, Halala mntasekhaya yanga unganqandwa ziinkwenkwezi.”
“Beauty with Brains @EFFSouthAfrica has it all.”
“It’s a long walk to Great Hall, not easy at all. Congratulations Fighter.”
“This is a course for celebration every time a black child manages to succeed in attaining a qualification.”
“I have been a loyal ANC member for as far as I can remember but I must confess EFF is the future governing part.”
“Congratulations fighter let's continue to make education fashionable.”
“Congratulations to this huge Milestone.. Well deserved.”
Lady who makes bricks to send herself to school finally graduates
Checking out stories on education, Briefly News reported that a Ugandan woman has been celebrated on social media as she graduated from Muteesa 1 Royal University after sponsoring herself with the money made from brick-making, Briefly News previously reported.
In a LinkedIn post by a social networking user, the woman, Sharon Mbabazi, bagged a degree in communications and proved to the world that persistence is key.
After reportedly losing her mother at the age of five and, Mbabazi, in pursuit of her dream, turned to making bricks as a way to eke out a living.
The post, in part, read: "She is a living proof that persistance (sic) and determination alone are omnipotent. Truly, there is absolute power in determination!!"
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