- Twitter is excited for Khomotso Kekana after he joined the High Court as an admitted attorney
- Webber Wentzel, a respected law firm, let the world know of this incredible achievement by a promising young man
- The post received big respect from Mzansi with many loving Kekana's streetwear in a high-profile environment
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Leading law firm in Africa, Webber Wentzel, congratulated Khomotso Kekana on his incredible achievement becoming an admitted attorney of the High Court. They made this announcement on Twitter in a post that is currently receiving mad respect from Mzansi.
The image shared shows Kekana standing at the High Court in Pretoria looking cool, calm and pretty chuffed at his accomplishment.
The post says:
"Congratulations to Khomotso Kekana for being admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. #WWCAprogramme"
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The post has close to 2 000 likes and over 300 retweets. The Twitterverse loves his laid-back look as a high flying lawyer.
We picked some out for you:
"This is the type of lawyer I would like to be represented by. The streetwise ones who are not purely academic."
"What a G-Face. Man rolled up in AF1s and jogging pants."
"Why do I find this 'progressive'?"
"I’m sure eKasi he’s encouraging young boys to be like him, love to see it."
Woman celebrates bagging engineering degree, Mzansi full of praise
Previously, Briefly News reported that a young female trailblazer is the toast of Mzansi on social media for her brilliant academic accomplishment.
Sharing an inspirational post that is sure to go down well with others in the field of academia, the @varsityworldSA page on Facebook recently highlighted a University of Johannesburg graduate.
A photograph of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree holder, complete with a graduation gown, accompanied the post from the online university magazine, which focuses on celebrating academic excellence and empowering students.
Mzansi doffs hat off to young trailblazer
There were more than 2 000 positive reactions to it as Mzansi took to raising a glass to the deserving achiever.
Briefly News scanned the comments to bring readers all the reactions.
Xolani Skosana said:
"Congratulations, keep up the great work."
Rochelle Brink wrote
"Congratulations young lady."
Babalolation B-man added:
"Beauty with brain. Congratulations and all the best to the future."
Apostolic Khomotso offered:
"Congratulations, I wish to marry [an] educated woman."
Errol Ferreira mentioned:
"Congratulations, great achievement."