- A South African man recently shared inspiring pics about how he went from being a hopeful schoolkid to a professor
- In his dedication to the "how it started vs how it ended" challenge, he shared a pic of him as a schoolboy and a picture of his titled office door
- Twitter users were left simply inspired by his motivational post
A young South African man recently became a beacon of hope with those who have dreams of furthering their education. @TshepoMadlingo1 took to Twitter to participate in the "how it started vs how it ended" challenge.
Using a picture of himself as a child with school clothes on under "how it started" caption and a picture of an office door with his name written on it under the "how it ended" caption, @TshepoMadlingo1, left many impressed.
Many locals quickly rushed to the comments section of the post to congratulated the young man on achieving such success. The post also received 13 000 likes and nearly 900 retweets. You can read some of the comments left by inspired Twitter users below.
"Best tweet of the week. I really YES you Prof."
"This is wonderful ma. I’m so inspired bathong."
"Lol sure prof, I can imagine you taking us through IDR with this babyface."
"How absolutely awesome. Hugest congrats! Can only imagine the amount of work that went into that. What a role model to so many."
"A true inspiration, that's why working in the same space with you and under your leadership is so spirit lifting."
Briefly.co.za also reported, a beautiful black South African woman, @vuyisipho, just took the "How it started vs how it ended" challenge to new heights. This comes after her challenge included a picture of her matric certificate and a picture of her degree.
What makes her the challenge winner is the fact that she had received seven distinctions on her matric certificate - that means a distinction for each and every subject. Halala. She does not end her impressive streak there however as she goes on to share a picture of her degree, which is in actuarial science - talk about flexing.
Twitter users who were left motivated, inspired and impressed took to the comments section to congratulate the brilliant young lady on her success. Many of them could not believe that she had achieved 100 percent in math.
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