- The family of Senamile Masango traveled from Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal to Cape Town to see her graduate
- Senamile Masango graduated cum laude with a MSC in nuclear physics
- She has inspired South Africans and made KZN proud
The family of a nuclear physics graduate who is inspiring Mzansi by paving the way for young female African scientists has traveled to Cape Town for the first time. The family journeyed from a small town in KwaZulu-Natal to the mother city to see Senamile Masango graduate with a MSC in Nuclear physics, cum laude.
The proud lady expressed her excitement on social media, sharing a beautiful photo of the family who smiled excitedly in anticipation, Briefly.co.za found.
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Many South Africans joined in with the celebrations from behind their screens and took to Twitter to send their best wishes and to express their admiration.
Many Twitter users enthused that Masango was making KZN proud and some added that she was an inspiration to the whole country. One user who goes by Nathi Sithole on Twitter powerfully remarked, “Nongoma will never be the same.”
Senamile has accomplished a great deal and is not only rebuilding her own life after overcoming many challenges, but is inspiring others by setting a positive example for what African women can aspire to. She was the only woman involved in an African-led European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) research experiment.
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