- A young man is chuffed with himself after becoming a qualified engineer and receiving his licence from the South African Civil Aviation Authority
- He used the opportunity to spoil his mom with gifts while announcing his accomplishment to the world
- The engineer gifted his mom a bouquet of "flowers" made with money as well as her favourite drink
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One young man did exactly that after qualifying as an engineer. He shared the moment by spoiling his mother with a bouquet of "flowers" made of R100 and R200 notes and her favourite drink, which looks like wine.
A photo of the special moment was shared online and shows the young man holding a licence from the South African Civil Aviation authority and posing with a sign saying:
"Dear mom, I am now and engineer."
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The happy mum looks at the sign with a sweet smile on her face while holding her gifts.
Briefly News shared the pic online with the caption:
"How beautiful! This young engineer has really made his mother proud."
Mzansi shares in the special moment
In less than a day, the post has received around 1 500 likes, 70 comments and close to 25 shares. Mzansi showered the engineer with kind words and is loving the fact that he put a smile on his mom's face.
Kevin Mitch III:
"Giving your mother "flowers" while she can still smell them - blessings upon you king, she must be proud."
JP Prince PreenCee:
"We all wanna put a smile on our mothers' faces. Our fathers will make a plan to smile on their own."
"This is nice, thank them while they are still alive."
"We should normalise this."
"This is so beautiful."
"I would definitely do this for my mom."
"Wow, everyone's dream."
“All the best”: Mzansi celebrates with fresh engineer who credits God for lucky choices
In other news, Briefly News reported on Nkosana Mlotshwa who has shared an inspirational story on social media after completing his studies to become an industrial engineer.
The Tshwane University of Technology graduate says he initially wanted to become a metallurgical engineer but God has directed him to a different path.
However, the young man says he doesn’t have regrets because the career is a fulfilling one and he is enjoying every moment. Mlotshwa’s story is documented by Varsity World on Facebook, a magazine that focuses on publishing stories of those that have made it academically.