- A young man has headed online to celebrate his timely admission into the SAICA
- The graduate definitely flexed on the socials, sharing that he had reached the milestone in record time
- Mzansi took to the comments section and wished the newly registered chartered accountant well on his professional journey
A local man has headed online to celebrate his admission into The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants. The accounting grad reached the incredible milestone in record time, spending three long years doing his articles after completing university.
Heading online, @Si_bu_siso shared the good news.
"Umsebenzi wethu," he captioned the inspirational post
Sibusiso also shared a cool snap of his admission certificate with his name proudly written in the centre of the document.
Taking to the comments section, social media users commended the young man for reaching great heights in such a competitive profession. Some even asked for a little encouragement in their own work.
Check out some of the comments below:
"Wow..congrats... how did you do achieve this... please start from the university degree that you did..."
"Congratulations brother. So proud of you. I decided to leave it after tasting it. Very high paying but so so stressful. It took a toll on the body. Enjoy it!!"
"Praise for your hard work Sbuda, praying for your abundance in your personal and professional life. Keep winning."
"Congratulations are in order bhuti, enjoy every second of this profession. You have earned it!!!"
"Welcome to the board my guy. Congratulations, it's the most prestigious designation."
"This is beautiful, congratulations."
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In similar news, Briefly News previously reported that a young lady, Thomaesa B Bailey, who used to work at a pizza shop many years ago, now has a very changed life.
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She is now a legislative counsel at the American House of Representatives. Sharing a collage made from her throwback and recent photo, her post drew thousands of reactions on LinkedIn.
Thomaesa's profile on LinkedIn shows her enviable experience.
Her life changed!
In the first snap, she has a work uniform on as a salesgirl for a company called Pizza Hut. The second photo has her posing in front of the US House.
Though Thomaesa did not mention the years it took her to get her new level, people thronged her comments section to say how her story inspired them.
At the time of writing this report, Thomaesa's post on the platform has more than 63,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
Otobong Robert said:
UbokAbasi Akpabio said:
Cynthiana Kalunga said:
Agbakwuru Chinemerem said:
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Source: Briefly News