Black excellence: Tweep shows she is the architect of her own future

Black excellence: Tweep shows she is the architect of her own future

- One Tweep showed she is the architect of her own future when she graduated from Wits University

- Tweeps were quick to congratulate her, recognising true black excellence

- She qualified with a degree in architecture

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One Tweep showed she is the architect of her own future when she posted pictures of her graduation ceremony.

Tweep ngwanakajeno_ showed true black excellence when she celebrated all her had work and tweeted pictured from her graduation ceremony from Wits University. She wualified with a degree in architecture.

Recognising this achievement, Tweeps were quick to offer up their congratulations.

Some saw her as a true inspiration.

And some were in awe of her dress.

Wits is often in the news for outstanding academic achievements, and Briefly.co.za recently reported on one such story.

A brilliant student at Wits University, Johannesburg, is developing a water purification system that will benefit South Africa's rural communities once completed.

22-year-old Busisiwe Mashiane, a fourth-year Chemical Engineering student, is researching a system known as "slow sand filtration."

It uses sand, a sterilisation tank, and biological matter known as "schmutzdecke" to purify river water, according to wits.ac.za.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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