Mzansi celebrates #blackexcellence: Woman publishes thesis on SA 'muthi'

Mzansi celebrates #blackexcellence: Woman publishes thesis on SA 'muthi'

- A local graduate from the University of Johannesburg had Mzansi feeling inspired recently after she shared a post celebrating having her thesis published

- The woman, Didi Lekganyane, chose a particularly interesting topic for her thesis, which centred on medicinal herbs of South Africa, or “muthi”

- The post went viral and Mzansi celebrated Didi’s #blackexcellence

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Mzansi recently celebrated with local graduate, Didi Lekganyane, who took to social media to share the news of her thesis being published.

A graduate of the University of Johannesburg, Didi shared how happy and relieved she was to have finally completed her thesis.

The celebratory post went viral and Mzansi was particularly captivated by Didi’s fascinating choice of thesis topic.

The published academic work is titled The mystery behind muthi: A survey of bulbous and perennial herbs traded at the Faraday Medicinal Market in Johannesburg using DNA barcoding as an identification tool.

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Briefly.co.za saw that many of Mzansi’s social media users were wowed by the interesting topic that Didi chose.

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Others were simply excited to celebrate Didi’s #blackexcellence with the talented and hard-working graduate.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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