- A young lawyer celebrated being admitted as an attorney in the High Court of South Africa
- She revealed that she was admitted virtually and posted the good news online
- Social media users congratulated the beautiful attorney and some tried to coax her out on a date
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A lawyer who goes by the social media handle of @DibetsoKgomotso revealed that she has been virtually sworn in virtually as an attorney in the South African High Court.
The stunning lawyer proves that one can have beauty and brains and has made South Africa proud, inspiring girls across the country.
Briefly.co.za learned that she captioned her picture with the following:
"Today I was virtually admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Kwenzek’ismanga afezeka amaphupho ❤️"
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Social media users were thrilled with the news that a young lawyer would be championing the rule of law in South Africa:
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Other users were more concerned with her beauty and tried to get digits or a date:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that A young aan couldn't contain his excitement after receiving some amazing news.
After passing his final board exam, Twitter user Katleho Mokhosi (@Katleho_thuso) realised his dream and can now be admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Katlego shared the news via Twitter on Thursday and the post quickly went viral.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that it's amazing how many great things start with a dream and a recent social media post served as another reminder of this.
Twitter user Elle (@mz_luwi) revealed how she had been dreaming of working as a lawyer since her childhood.
To illustrate the point, Elle shared a powerful collage and included the caption:
"Dream a little dream."
The collage included a photo that was taken at the age of five - her dream was clear, as she stood wearing a barrister's wig and a book of law.
Fast forward years later and she qualified as an attorney and has been serving for the past five years.
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Source: Briefly News