- Sindi KaZanele Ngobese met her friend's at university and they formed a strong bond
- They were such close friends that they decided to carry on studying together and enrolled in a Masters degree
- They all managed to graduate and supported each other throughout their days at university and beyond
Sindi KaZanele Ngobese took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share her inspirational story of friendship. She and her friends met at university and formed a strong bond.
When they graduated they decided to pursue a Masters degree together. The Master's degree was more difficult and the girls weren't able to finish at the same time or together.
However, they all managed to graduate and are grateful to each other for their continuous support and are still close friends today.
Here is her full post:
"We met in varsity created a strong bond. We completed our first degree and graduated together. We then all decided to our Master's degree (peer pressure). Masters Realy gave us hard time we couldn't finish together and on time. But I am so proud to announce that we have all completed our Master's degree. We have been supporting each other in all aspect. I am super grateful I met these ladies at varsity."
"#iamstayingbecause of these ladies. (making education fashionable. Congrats to my ladies"
"MASTERS IN POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHY."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Shane Scott took to Facebook and appealed to users for help. He knew of an old woman who looks after her four grandchildren herself.
The five of them live in a little room which is their bedroom, lounge and kitchen all in one. He found out about her through a friend, Zanele and discovered that the gogo was desperate for help.
The grandchildren range from 7, 10, 14 and 17, the youngest being the only girl. They had nothing, not even shoes or clothes and he appealed to Facebook users to help out.
In other news, a South African woman named Karin Joranda du Plessis recently took to Facebook group ImStaying to share how she had mistakenly left a packet of groceries worth R500 on the back of a trolley.
She then explains that although she had already lost hope in finding the bag of foodstuffs, she still returned to the shopping centre to check if the trolley with the groceries would still be there. Lucky for her a good citizen, Denis Begisha, had found the groceries and returned them to her.
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