- Mmabatho Montsho has revealed that she recently completed her Master's in the Arts degree but her graduation was postponed due to the coronavirus
- The star is, however, thrilled to have reached such an incredible milestone and shared with her fans what it took to get there
- Mmabatho said at one point she sold the scripts she wrote for her Master's in order to pay for the rest of her studies
Mmabatho Montsho has revealed that she has completed her Masters in Arts (MA). The star's graduation day was scrapped due to Covid-19 but she's still so excited to have her degree.
Mmabatho shared the amazing news with fans and also explained what it took for her to achieve this.
The actress and producer said she sold one of the scripts she wrote for her Master's in order to pay for the rest of her studies.
Mmabatho tweeted, "Today would've been graduation day. The highlight of my MA journey is selling one of the scripts I wrote for an assignment to pay for the rest of my studies. Life works in interesting ways."
Mmabatho, who is dating Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, is truly an inspiration to all young women out there to reach for the stars and put education first.
Mmabatho is a champion of the arts and, in February, an open letter she wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa went viral.
In it, Mmabatho asked that arts and entertainment be made a priority as artists, particularly black creatives and women, who she says are still being sidelined and exploited in the industry.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa took to social media with an emotional post that had her and DJ Black Coffee trending on social media.
It appears that Enhle is not coping well with her separation from Black Coffee. Going through a divorce is never easy, especially when there are children involved.
Enhle has been going through the most and she took to social media to let it all out. The star explained how the past three years have broken her and that she has still not managed to recover fully.
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