- A South African man is inspiring others after he shared his journey of obtaining two Master's degrees
- Thabo Mashego struggled to balance his life responsibilities and studying for almost four years but successfully bagged his second Master's degree earlier this year
- Thabo shared his story of graduating cum laude to Facebook page Varsity World and many Facebook users told him he's an inspiration
Studying is hard, working is hard, and doing both at the same time is a difficult task that many South Africans have to juggle in order to pay for their fees. Thabo Mashego from Tshwane did just that and much more.
According to a post he shared on Facebook page Varsity World, Thabo had multiple responsibilities at home and society while he was both working and studying towards obtaining his second Master's degree.
Thabo graduated Cum Laude from the Tshwane University of Technology earlier this year. He obtained a Master's Degree in Business Administration and is now working on a PhD. Facebook users have been telling Thabo what an inspiration he is to them in the comments.
Take a look at the post on Varsity World below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments left for Thabo.
George Boktrata wrote:
"Congratulations to you Thabo Mashego and may God continue to bless you always."
Principal Mpangela said:
"It seems impossible until it's done, inspired by your journey. Great indeed."
Hlakaniphan Nkelele Cebekhulu commented:
"Each time I see a post about a black person's triumph, I get inspired. Congratulations mtakama."
Simangele Angeline Mathebula added:
"Cum laude nogal. I am following in your footsteps. Well done."
In other news about graduates, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young man who went online to celebrate bagging his law degree. A young South African man with the Twitter handle, @Vuyo_imakool recently took to social media with some pretty great news.
He had just received his law degree certificates which make him a qualified lawyer. In his post, which includes two pictures of the qualification, @Vuyo_imakool explained that it had just arrived in the mail.
He also added the adorable pleading face emoji as well as the graduation cap emoji, signifying how touched he was by his achievement. The post received over 3 000 likes and a bunch of retweets. It also got hundreds of comments from Twitter users who congratulated the young man on pursuing and achieving his dream.
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