Halala: Local woman, 30, graduates with Master's degree in Russia

Halala: Local woman, 30, graduates with Master's degree in Russia

- Shoni Masutha, who hails from Nzhelele, is one inspiring young woman

- She graduated with a Master's degree in sports administration at the Russian International Olympic University

- Masutha also holds several other degrees, including a Masters in public health

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Shoni Masutha is one inspiring young woman. The 30-year-old, who hails from Nzhelele, has managed to secure yet another degree.

Masutha already holds a degree in social work and a Master's in public health and advanced health management.

She has now added yet another qualification to her name. Masutha graduated with a Master's degree in sports administration at the Russian International Olympic University.

Her story was shared on Twitter by social media user, @nomsachingowe.

Halala: Local woman, 30, graduates with Master's degree in Russia

Shoni Masutha. Photo credit: @nomsachingowe/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

Take a look at @nomsachingowe's post below:

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@nomsachingowe wrote about more of Masutha's achievement, adding she "worked with FISU as student ambassador, FASU as chairperson of student committee, CUCSA as student assessor".

The 30-year-old is reportedly also a professional dancer.

The tweep added:

"She ascended from being a social worker intern into being an Area Manager and a Sub-district Manager at the Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) and Hospice for Palliative Care Association of South Africa (HPCA) respectively."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a woman, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @_Newturn1_, took to the social media platform to gush about her academic success.

The beautiful lady is originally from Namibia but she has been living and studying in China. She posted a video of herself dancing in a graduation gown and added that she is a woman in engineering.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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