- Katleho Machiyia has taken to Facebook to celebrate the completion of her degree
- She congratulated her class on successfully completing their Bachelor of Agriculture Honours in Agricultural Extension and Rural Resource Management degree
- Facebook users flooded the posts with messages of congratulations and messages of support
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Katleho Tlika Machiyia has taken to Facebook to share her joy at completing her Bachelor of Agriculture Honours in Agricultural Extension and Rural Resource Management degree in the #ImStaying group.
Briefly.co.za learned that she expressed how proud she was on herself and her class. She congratulated them completing their degrees under very difficult conditions.
Her full story is posted below:
"Today I was granted an opportunity to stream and feel what would have been my 2020 highlight I officially graduated for my Bachelor of Agriculture Honours in Agricultural Extension and Rural Resource Management. I am so proud of myself and to the Class of 2020, a huge Congratulations to you. You made it "
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Facebook users flooded the post with messages of praise for the young graduate:
"Well done, great choice of career. We need more agriculturists in order to go back to good and nutritious living."
MsDee Duduzile Mkhasi:
"I'm proud of u. Well done indeed"
"Gee what an achievement. All the best with your future ventures."
"Congratulations!! Keep up the good work!!"
"Congrats Gal for the power of Education, cheers class of 2020"
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that playwright Dr John Kani has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the prestigious Wits University. Kani was honoured with an honorary Doctor of Literature degree at a closed ceremony this week.
The world-renowned veteran actor is one of the pioneers of contemporary theatre in South Africa.
His legacy is embedded in performance cultures, theatres and learning spaces across the globe where it is studied, performed and archived for future generations.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a man, Clement Maosa, graduated with his law degree on 8 July and he gushed about the woman who made it possible.
Taking to Twitter, Maosa shared an adorable snap of himself with his gogo and he revealed she raised him after his parents passed away. Maosa captioned the adorable photo:
"My granny raised me because my parents passed on when I was young. I love and appreciate her a lot. Today I am a law graduate with nothing but her unconditional love."
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