- Phumza had to take time off from studies to have her baby
- However, she lost the baby soon after birth
- She managed to overcome the adversity to eventually graduate
A brave lady has revealed how she overcame the loss of her newborn baby to eventually graduate from university.
Writing on Twitter recently, Phumza Luthango said she couldn't write all of her exams in 2017 because she was due to give birth.
However, her son passed away soon after birth, Briefly.co.za gathered. Understandably, this affected her psychologically.
Fortunately, Phumza was able to resume her studies despite her depression. With determination, she managed to finally write her exams and graduate on time.
The proud Rhodes University graduate shared her story to encourage others facing similar adversities to never give up. She concluded, "It's possible."
Phumza's inspiring story touched the hearts of many tweeps, most of who sent their love and best wishes to her. See some of their reactions below.
Phumza's amazing story is the latest among many more. Briefly.co.za recently covered the story of Lebogang Mokgethi, who wrote her master's degree thesis on a hospital bed.
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