- A 28-year-old South African woman is inspiring many as she just recently earned a doctorate in law
- Tshepiso Scott spoke about her thesis in a post uploaded to Facebook page, Varsity World
- The post has since gone viral with over 1 000 reactions, almost 200 shares and almost 50 comments
A South African woman is inspiring many as she earned a doctorate in law. Dr Tshepiso Scott said her thesis focused on the enforcement provisions of the CPA. It also makes recommendations on how certain provisions of the Act can be amended and practical steps can be introduced in order to make the CPA more effective.
A post of her picture and a captioned where she speaks about her accomplishment was shared to Facebook page Varsity World. Since its upload yesterday, the post has received over 1 000 reactions and almost 200 shares.
The comments section is full of inspired South Africans wishing Tshepiso well in her future endeavours. Many are impressed by her age as Tshepiso is just 28 years old.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the messages of well wishes Dr Tshepiso has received.
Sneliso Yoliswa Vilakazi wrote:
"Congratulations. You are a true inspiration to me. I'm so inspired."
Patricia CL Ngobeni said:
"Congrats and what an interesting topic."
Pontsho Zenex Marota commented:
"Good work is done by those who work."
Favourate Sebele added:
"Woooooow. Congratulations. I'm so inspired."
Michael Towner responded:
"Congratulations on your inspirational journey."
In other graduation news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a group of radiant ladies who thrilled Mzansi as they graduated as medical doctors. Stunning young Ghanaian ladies who graduated from the University for Development Studies (UDS) as medical doctors have heated social media with their beautiful photos.
The photos sighted by Briefly.co.za were mostly shared or retweeted by Ayorkor with the handle @naainvasion, who also graduated as a medical doctor. The ladies beamed with adorable smiles although their graduation year was greeted with the Covid-19 pandemic, which ruined their chances of properly celebrating their success.
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