Lady finally graduates as a lawyer after long, 6-year academic journey

Lady finally graduates as a lawyer after long, 6-year academic journey

- Kudzi shared her graduation news on Twitter

- She said it took her six years to obtain her law degree

- She studied in South Africa and had to convert her degree in Zimbabwe

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A proud Zimbabwean lady finally graduated as a lawyer recently after a long, six-year academic journey.

Kudzi shared the exciting news on her Twitter profile along with a picture of herself clad in a graduation gown, Briefly.co.za learned. She wrote:

I can’t believe I’m a lawyer now! A long, six-year journey but I’m here. Registered Legal Practitioner!!!! It me!

In a reply to one of her followers, Kudzi indicated that she obtained her law degree from a South African university.

She took three years studying for a Bachelor of Commerce (Law and Economics) degree, a further two years for her LLB, and finally one year in Zimbabwe to convert her foreign law degree.

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Kudzi's followers congratulated her on her achievement. See some of their reactions below.

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Briefly.co.za recently covered the story of another lady who similarly overcame many hurdles to finally obtain her master's degree.

Mbali Mazibuko lost her grandparents during her studies, but her determination saw her through.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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