- On Monday, a photo was shared on social media that shows the 2019 medical school class of the University of KwaZulu-Natal. South Africans were inspired by the large group of doctors entering the work environment.
On Monday, a social media user, Siyanda H Zulu, took to Twitter to post a photo of the University of KwaZulu-Natal Medical School's class of 2019.
The photo shows a large group of medical students - which is good news for South Africa's health care sector, which has a shortage of doctors.
The post read:
"UKZN Medical School class of 2019."
The photo of the medical class inspired South Africans and many applauded the number of women - especially black ladies - who were amongst the students.
Twitter user, @_marubini, commented: "Ladies dominating in numbers. Love to see it."
Another tweep, @THATnhlanhla, added: "Congratulations... Love seeing my kind of people doing the most."
Betti Moloi, who goes by the Twitter handle @Miz_Betty_B, wrote: "So many black folks yaaassss"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported South Africans were happy to see 620 nurses graduating.
On Friday, the Mpumalanga MEC of Health addressed graduates at a nursing college.
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