- Twitter user @uNtandoSindane shared his latest accomplishment online and has since gone viral
- Ntando received his Masters Degree in Law and shared the official statement from UNISA
- Mzansi Tweeps welcomed the fantastic news by sending congratulatory messages
Social media is rife with good news, this after a Twitter user shared his latest accomplishment - a masters degree in law. @uNtandoSindane (Ntando Sindane) posted up an official statement from UNISA confirming his qualification as well as his mark for his dissertation.
Mzansi tweeps are all for it as the tweet has gained almost 14 000 likes, over 1 000 retweets and over 300 comments. The comment section under his tweet is full of encouraging words as the new graduate takes on this new chapter.
A lot of tweeps used the viral tweet to promote their businesses and some shared their accomplishments as well.
Taking a look at the over 300 comments, here's what some South African tweeps had to say:
"Congratulations leadership. I remember how you have been yearning for this. This is amazing."
"Oh my God, congratulations my learned friend. I'm truly inspired as I want to pursue LLM in Tax as well."
"Congrats just seems a small word, On all your efforts so good, You have reached the pinnacle of heights, So, here is a touch wood, Get more success in years to come. Wishing you congrats on your achievement!"
In other social media news making headlines, Briefly.co.za recently reported on "Mr Handsome" who has been roasting people online and South Africans can't deal. On Wednesday, the social media userknown only as Mr Handsome, caused a frenzy online with when he roasted literally everyone who got in his way.
The tweep decided to shade Boity and Mihlali online, questioning their intelligence. Fans of both women immediately decided to put Mr Handsome in his place but they ended up becoming his next targets instead. Mr Handsome ripped apart everyone who tried to shut him down a new one and it resulted in him trending online.
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