- A young mother, Lebogang Kgaladi, revealed she has graduated from college
- Kgaladi opened up about her struggles and how she overcame them
- Her story inspired social media users who applauded her online
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A young mother took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share her academic achievement with South Africa.
The lady, Lebogang Kgaladi, revealed she obtained her certificate from the Mpilo Royal College of Health Education on Wednesday.
Kgaladi said he was left orphaned at a young age and her life had been tough. However, she pursued her dreams and graduated this week.
The post read:
"I lost my parents at the young, and life was very hard. I am even a young mom but I couldn't let my situation to make my dreams fade away, so today I was graduating. #ImStaying"
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Kgaladi was applauded online for pushing through and achieving her dream despite the odds against her.
Helen Schlagbauer commented:
"Strong young woman! Proud of you."
Letwina Mushambi Madamba added:
"God has seen you through it all. You are blessed and highly favoured. Well done dear. You are destined to succeed."
Joyce Buthelezi wrote:
"Congratulations dear, may God hold your hand from glory to glory my dear. Well done."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a young man who worked as a trolley handler before graduating with an engineering degree.
He landed his dream job and the engineer's story inspired South Africans.
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