- A gorgeous South African lawyer has shared an inspiring post to her Twitter account recently
- @011kat (Katlego) shared that she grew up in Zone 10, Sebokeng Vaal and added that she wants to see her name in the law books in the country
- Her post has gone far and wide as many Saffa tweeps are referring to her as an inspiration
A stunning South African lady has shared an inspiring post about her career. @011kat (Katlego) shared a picture of her at work as an attorney with books and a thought-provoking caption to accompany it. She wrote:
"I'm just a girl from the tarmac streets & Apollo lights of Zone 10 Sebokeng Vaal, who just wants to see her names in the law books of this country!"
Sebokeng Vaal is a township based in southern Gauteng. Katlego used the hashtags, #BlackGirlMagic and #Queenup which definitely boosted her amazing post. Her replies section is full of tweeps calling her an inspiration.
This was Katlego's original tweet:
Take a look at what some tweeps had to say to her:
@PaleoInDaHouz responded with:
"You are already on the road to greatness."
"Great empowerment, we need more women like us in the Vaal ausi... God bless."
@Khumlegal also wrote:
"When you talk of a legal mind, you talk of success! I wish my daughters (if l get any) can see this for what it is..."
In other news about lawyers, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a local man who slayed his law exam despite not attending a single lecture. In another "How it started vs how it ended" challenge, a South African man shared an email discussion between him and his lecturer.
Twitter user, @SechabaMagic (Sechaba Molefi) enquired about the exam scope. His lecturer responded to him with:
"You have not attended a single lecture in the module. Your questions are moot. No scope will be provided on Blackboard as it was provided in class."
Sechaba's second picture is of him graduating from the Faculty of Law, despite not having attended a lecture. Sechaba's tweet went viral as South African's couldn't grasp how he was able to graduate without attending class. Sechaba graduated from the University of the Free State (UFS), according to a tweet response under his challenge.
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