- A gorgeous woman obtained her Master's Degree in Educational Management
- She took to social media to reveal that she plans to use her skills to uplift South African youth
- Social media users were blown away and heaped praise on the stunning young lady
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What is the purpose of a qualification? Not everyone's take on this is the same.
For some, it's all about the money. Others appreciate the security it offers, as well as the potential to work abroad.
To some, it's about using those skills for social good, a vehicle to uplift others.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that Matsela Anacleta Motheo seems to fall into the latter category.
The beautiful young lady took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to reveal that she obtained her Master's Degree in Educational Management.
She shared a wonderful photo after she was capped and the post garnered a massive reaction.
Instead of focusing on the personal benefits to her, she shared her excitement to be in a position to utilise her skills and qualification, for the betterment of others.
She rounded off her post by making an inspirational declaration:
"The goal is to motivate and inspire my learners to strive to be the best in everything they do, while using the best methods of transferring knowledge to achieve mastery learning."
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Briefly.co.za noted that more than 5 000 people liked the post, as it went viral.
Johanna Makhumisane said,
"Congratulations sisi . U deserve some bells."
Jules Kgobe added,
"Well done sis keep up the excellent job."
Denise Hahn Woodburn simply said,
"You go girl!"
Speaking of Master's, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another young woman who obtained hers in the field of law.
The twitter post attracted a whopping 22 000 likes as South Africans flocked to wish her well.
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