- A woman detailed how she is studying towards another degree at the age of 45
- Tebello Mofokeng reveals she already holds BCom and Honours Degrees
- Mofokeng used to work as a domestic worker before her mom passes away and she decided to change her life
In 2005, Tebello Mofokeng's mother passed away and she decided to change her life. At the time, Mofokeng worked as a domestic worker and she sold amakota for a R150 per week to feed her children.
In 2006, she landed a proper job that paid at least R5000 but she wanted more and two years later, Mofokeng enrolled in university at the age of 33.
Juggling a job and three children while studying proved to be difficult and it took her several years before she graduated with her BCom degree in Management in 2015.
"2017 I registered for my Honours. I did my honours in one year. 2018 I graduated with BCom Honours in Business Management," she wrote.
Mofokeng found her purpose and she became a motivational speaker at a local radio station.
She has since enrolled in another degree and is on her way to complete her PhD, Briefly.co.za learned.
"Through the eyes of man having studied history and bibs at school it was impossible to achieve what I have achieved. I serve a God of impossibilities...God who qualifies the unqualified."
Take a look at the post she shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page below:
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the story of Nandipha Sithalanga - a single mother who graduated with a degree in education.
Sithalanga graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Education with three distinctions, including in English and Maths.
However, Sithalanga's road to her degree was far from an easy one. She had to return back to school at the age of 22 to complete Grade 11 and matric.
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