- A woman, who was identified as @SisaSne, gushed about a major milestone online
- She revealed she had been admitted as an attorney by the High Court
- Her story inspired social media users who congratulated her online
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A beautiful woman has shown what hard work can achieve. On Tuesday, the lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @SisaSne, revealed she had been admitted as a legal practitioner to the Grahamstown High Court.
Her post was captioned:
"Today I got admitted as a legal practitioner of the High Court. Uvumile uThixo, avumile aMaMpinga."
Take a look at her post below:
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The post gathered over 16 400 likes and South Africans congratulated @SisaSne on the achievement.
Twitter user, @JudePodu, commented:
"Beauty and the brains. Congratulations, may your star rise even higher."
Social media user, @umunyana_rugege, wrote:
"Congratulations! It’s always beautiful to see a young black woman joining the profession. I hope it’s the start of a life-changing journey for you."
Another tweep, @Mzilikazkhumalo, added:
"Welcome to this noble profession learned colleague."
Sibongile Booi, who goes by the Twitter handle @BooiMsuthukazi, said:
"Welcome to profession and congratulations."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported on another inspiring story. A young man may have missed out on celebrating with family and friends, but thousands of South Africans showed him lots of love.
Floyd Vukosi Khosa took to Twitter to share details of his bittersweet moment. The talented academic recently bagged his PhD at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
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