Mom uses pension fund money to further her studies, graduates at 51

Mom uses pension fund money to further her studies, graduates at 51

- A proud son took to social media to rave about his mother's academic achievement

- Tshepo Mohlala revealed his mother was retrenched in 2015 and she used her pension fund money to start studying

- Now, the flawless 51-year-old graduated with her first degree and made her family proud

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A young man, Tshepo - the owner of Tshepo Jeans - was the picture of a proud son as he congratulated his mother on an amazing achievement. previously reported Tshepo had the honour of meeting Duchess Meghan Markle during the royal trip in South Africa.

The young designer revealed that he surprised Meghan with a gift for her son Archie. It appears greatness runs in Tshepo's family.

The entrepreneur revealed on Twitter on Wednesday that his mother had graduated with a degree.

Tshepo said his mom enrolled in varsity after she was retrenched. Now, four years later, the stunning 51-year-old bagged her first degree.

His post read:

"Four years ago my mum got retrenched from work. Took all her pension fund money and went back to school. Life got hard, but we kept going as a family. At 51 years old she got her first degree."
"I am so proud of you Masesi. By the way that red thing she's holding is a prop."

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Tshepo's post inspired South Africans, who congratulated his mama on her amazing academic achievement.

Tessa Twala, who goes by the Twitter handle @tessa_twala, wrote:

"I love this so much, I’m so happy she got to do this."

Another tweep, @100KMokone, wrote:

"Congratulations to momma! A queen setting a great example for our king! Love it! Love it!"

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