Rugby legend, Bryan Habana, makes his biggest score yet: graduates

Rugby legend, Bryan Habana, makes his biggest score yet: graduates

One of South Africa's most celebrated and admired sportsmen, Bryan Habana, recently celebrated a happy moment for him - he graduated from Toulouse Business School. He took to social media to share the news.

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Former Springbok and rugby legend, Bryan Habana, recently shared amazing news with his fans on social media.

The 35-year-old has earned a diploma from the French Toulouse Business School.

Despite not finishing his studies when he was younger, Bryan remains a role model for South Africa's youth because he never gave up.

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The proud graduate thanked his wife for motivating and supporting him:

"To my amazing wife who supported and constantly motivated me but also kept the house in order and our kids entertained, bathed and fed while I was busy! And yet she’s still the more qualified one in our household."

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Bryan also expressed his regret at not finishing his studies earlier but is happy that he gave it another shot.

"I definitely regret not finishing my studies back at RAU all those years ago and even though this diploma is not quite a BSc IT degree, I am thankful that I committed myself to seeing this course through!!"

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Briefly.co.za noticed that many of Bryan's friends and fans congratulated him on his Twitter timeline:

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