- A strong and inspiring woman shared the short but impactful story of her life to social media
- Mawisa Chauke is a breast cancer survivor and a Master's graduate
- Her post has gained over 800 reactions and South Africans shared their pride for her through the comments section
An inspiring Facebook post has brought hope and pride to many South Africans. Mawisa Chauke shared her brief yet inspiring story on Facebook group Varsity World. Mawisa is a Master's graduate who was unfortunately diagnosed with cancer around the time of her graduation.
She shared images of her fully clad in her black graduation gown and cap with a face full of tears. In the second image, she can be seen smiling through the pain. The post has over 800 reactions and almost 50 shares. Part of the caption read:
"I don't understand why am I crying, I was happy for my graduation but also hurt for just being diagnosed with cancer."
The comment section is full of heartwarming congratulatory messages after the latter part of the post confirmed that Mawisa had won her battle against breast cancer.
Here's what some Facebook users had to say to the strong and inspiring lady:
Lupho Khanya Tomose wrote:
"Congratulations ma'am. God bless you and wishing you a progressive journey ahead."
Tiisetso Testimony Moruwe commented:
"Congratulations, God remains faithful to His Word. May He continue to perfect all that concerns you."
Elton Shamu said:
"Congratulations my sister, it's movement... Go for PhD. I like it."
Michael Towner added:
"Congratulations and be blessed with good health."
In other news making waves, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of matrics dancing as they welcome back their fellow students. With continuous interruptions of their schooling career, matriculants were finally allowed to attend their classes.
Not long thereafter, other learners too joined them. Matriculants at Okiep High School in the Western Cape decided to welcome their fellow learners back with a well-rehearsed dance routine and people loved it.
At the time of publishing the video had received nearly 6 000 reactions from Facebook users who loved watching the students bust their moves.
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