- The University of the Free State is currently hosting their virtual graduation ceremonies which began yesterday
- Many students are excited to be able to show off their new qualifications but some are upset about not being able to walk on stage
- One Twitter user by the name of @Ms_Ramolahloane tweeted about her mother being upset that she was unable to walk on stage
The University of the Free State started hosting its virtual graduation ceremonies yesterday. Although many people were happy to get their degrees, many are still upset that they were unable to walk on stage.
Twitter user, @Ms_Ramolahloane tweeted about her mother's virtual graduation yesterday. She said that they were the happiest family at the moment but her mom was not feeling too great about the fact that she could not walk on stage.
@Ms_Ramolahloane shared that her mother, Nthabisang Ramolahloane, graduated with a Bachelor of Education in Pre-School and Foundation Phase. Tweeps sent in messages of congratulations to her mother.
Take a look at her full tweet below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"I am with mama I don't believe after my hard work I am not walking. But we made it. Congratulations to mama."
"Book a photo shoot for her. Get her a spare her graduation gown."
"Congratulations to our fave. Ommotse we are proud of her."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on 5 stunning ladies who bagged their degrees at the UFS virtual graduation. The University of the Free State is currently hosting its virtual graduation ceremonies.
The start date was yesterday, 6 October and these ceremonies will continue up until 9 October. Ceremonies commence at 10am every morning. Graduates have been sharing selfies and other pictures of themselves dressed in their caps and gowns as they celebrate their qualifications.
Briefly.co.za scoured through Twitter to find five stunning UFS graduates who bagged their degrees yesterday. One of the graduates is Twitter user @chicMouna who shared two stunning images of herself. She captioned her post:
"Today I bagged my second qualification. Bachelor of Education Honours with specialization in Curriculum Studies. To God be the glory."
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