- A young lady is inspiring many around the country after she participated in the "How it started vs how it's going" challenge
- @Mbavha_Mashige started a shadow job at a pharmacy when she was in school and is now a Pharmacy graduate
- The tweet has since gained over 15 000 likes and the replies section is filled with positivity
An inspiring young lady is making waves after she joined in on the: "How it started vs how it's going" trend but with a little twist. @Mbavha_Mashige started a shadow job at a pharmacy when she was still in school.
In 2018, she tweeted that she had passed and was officially a Wits Pharmacy 4th student at the tender age of 20. Last year she tweeted that she had earned a Wits Pharmacy degree. She referred to herself as a "village girl."
Her tweet about the trend was titled: "How it started (job shadowing) vs how it ended." It gained over 15 000 likes, over 800 retweets and the replies are constantly rolling in.
Take a look at her original tweet below:
Take a look at her other tweet about her qualification below:
This is some of the encouraging messages left by Saffa tweeps:
"This is so awesome to see. Especially because this is exactly how my journey towards my pharmacy degree also started."
"You're talking life, growth and progress. We really need more ladies like you on earth rather than nudes posted by many."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported on a brilliant SA lady who graduated after passing matric with 7 distinctions. 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.
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