Cheeky Medicine and Surgery graduate inspires: 'Big shot. Superstar.'

Cheeky Medicine and Surgery graduate inspires: 'Big shot. Superstar.'

Earning your Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree does not come easy, so when you do have it, you'll be excused for being a little cheeky about it. One graduate celebrated earning her MBChB with a fierce message on social media.

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Dr Ziph’ezinhle Moyo recently earned her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree and decided to share the happy news on social media.

The proud young doctor shared a tweet with the words Big shot. Superstar. Punisher. Finisher. and her proud confidence is inspiring.

It takes years of dedication and hard work to earn the MBChB, so anyone wanting to boast with it a little bit can be forgiven.

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Friends of the new doctor were just too happy to congratulate her on Twitter:

@SbudaMaggz - Congratulations, outstanding achievement right there. Salute

@RNdjao - Congrats Dr Moyo first of her kind. The future looks bright. A Luta Continua

@masango1 - Well done

@Mandisalovesyou - Congratulations Darling Keep shining God bless

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As graduation season slowly comes to an end, it is amazing to think about the many inspiring young South Africans that worked for and earned their degrees.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier on A Law graduate from the University of Pretoria that inspired the country after sharing her story of getting through what she called a "tough year."

Writing on Twitter, Dimakatso Karabo said she's a two-time Tuks graduate and is moving into her own apartment soon. She also has a job lined up at her favourite firm next year.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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