- A beautiful young South African lady recently became an attorney of the High Court
- She celebrated the amazing achievement by sharing of herself dressed to the tee - and doing the #JohnVuliGate challenge
- Mzansi loved seeing her so happy and proud of herself, taking the time to wish her tons of success
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A young South African woman, Matimaneng Ruddel Mzimba, recently brought a smile and pride to many South Africans. This after she shared a picture of herself with Varsity World on the day she was admitted to the Pretoria High Court as an attorney.
In the fun picture, Matimameng is bursting with pride, all dressed up in her neat black suit and red lipstick, as she does the viral John Vuli Gate challenge in front of the Pretoria High Court building.
" 'Admitted Attorney of the High Court' - Matimaneng Ruddel Mzimba. No better way to join the John Vuli Gate challenge than this," Varsity World captioned the Facebook post.
Facebookers who were just as excited as she was about the news took to the comment section to share many well-wishes with the lovley Matimameng. They also congratulated her on her achievement. Read their comments below.
Olga Mashakgomo said:
"Continue to break barriers and push boundaries."
Thandeka Siyabusiswa Mdaka wrote:
"We'll celebrate till the sun comes out."
Yvonne Seswene said:
"You go girl, congratulations."
Lerato Makiminyane II said:
"Girl. Beauty with brains, congratulations."
Happiness Wa Mavona Khoseni said:
"Congratulations Matimaneng Mzimba, I am so proud of you."
While Tieho Idah Hlalele wrote:
"Congratulations are in order my dear."
Briefly.co.za also recently reported about a gorgeous 27-year-old lady who is a commercial farmer based in KwaZulu-Natal. @ayandamageba (Ayanda Zulu) said she began farming in 2016 after being inspired by a farmer she met who was able to buy a car without financing.
Ayanda is a cattle farmer and she said she struggled when she first started due to a lack of knowledge. In an Instagram post about her farming, Ayanda said she researched a lot and everything started falling into place.
She added that farming taught her many things that she did not learn in school. She said the school curriculum teaches students about things that won't be needed in life. She believes that the education system needs to be improved.
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