- Natalie Rosenburg celebrated obtaining her LLB degree with South Africa on Facebook
- She posted her story in the #ImStaying group and revealed that it was thanks to her family support that her degree was possible
- She also said that her family and friends are the reason she has decided that she is staying in South Africa
Natalie Rosenburg took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to celebrate obtaining her LLB degree. She had to forgo a graduation ceremony due to Covid-19 but that didn't stop her from celebrating.
She also took the opportunity to affirm why she is choosing to stay in South Africa, her friends and family always see the bright side of life and have supported her all the way.
She captioned the post with the following:
"I recently obtained my LLB degree but had no graduation ceremony because of Covid-19. My family, however, decided that come what may we will celebrate."
"I finally received my certificate(delivered by SkyNet, last week) and we celebrated today."
"I am staying because of my family and friends who always sees the brighter side of life and supports me all the way and also the neighbour's who came out to congratulate me."
The comments section was flooded with message of congratulations for Natalie:
"Congratulations Natalie. Well done. You are blessed to have family that made it special for you. Awesome! Thank you for sharing."
Dolla Zeelie Swart:
"Well done. My daughter achieved the same degree LLB this year without graduation too. So sad. But nothing stops us to celebrate it also."
"Congratulations and well done. All the best in the future."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a young lady has earned a PhD in Philosophy Biochemistry from the University of Pretoria before the age of 30. Dr Valentine Saasa shared the good news on her Twitter profile last month. Her news was recently reposted to Facebook page Varsity World.
Dr Saasa said in the caption that it had always been a dream of hers to secure a PhD before the age of 30 and she thanked God for her success. The repost by Varsity World received over 700 reactions and almost 50 shares since its upload.
In other news, Basetsana Jokozela has managed to become a shining example for those looking to leave their past struggles behind and secure an education from a reputable institution. This comes after the young lady managed to bag a qualification from Wits recently.
Facebook page, Varsity World, recently shared her story with the world with a picture post accompanied by an inspirational short message from Basetsana, who explains how she overcame her "broken background" and went on to conquer her higher education dreams.
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