Academics at the the University of KwaZulu-Natal have been celebrating their graduation. Briefly.co.za decided to showcase six of those with more than one degree.
Graduation day is arguably the most important day of any student's life.
All the blood, sweet, tears and late nights are all justified and rewarded when the hard-working learner gets capped.
Students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal have been celebrating their graduation days and social media has been buzzing with some lovely posts.
Briefly.co.za scoured Twitter and came across these six graduates, who have graduated more than once.
Twitter user Arvish Maharaj (@ArvishMaharaj) confirmed the receipt of his second degree and begged Nelson Mandela School of medicine to accept him.
Mbalenhle Gumede (@MbalenhleMbax) celebrated her Honors in General Psychology.
She shared a collage which showcased the completion of her undergraduate studies in 2018.
Next up, MBG (@89Mpumelelo) boasted with his academic belts, as he shared a lovely image of celebrations at home.
The young man confirmed that he graduated with his Masters in Science Education.
Sindi Ngobese (@SindiNgobese2) shared news of her Masters. She included the below touching caption:
"Graduating at home. Master Ngobese. PHD........loading. Dear Lord please tell mom and Dad that I have made it."
Mzwandile (@mzwaxaba1) joined the list of postgraduate academics and he confirmed his success in obtaining his Honours in management accounting and finance.
Last, but certainly not least was Hloniphile Sithole (@HloSithole) who shared four lovely pics showing off her graduation gear.
The young lady seems to have the ideal combination of beauty and brains, as she qualified as a Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Mathematics.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a beautiful young lady is one of the students who graduated at the University of KwaZulu-Natal on Friday.
The student, @SanelisiweHlat4, bagged her BA degree in criminology and philosophy.
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