- An inspiring woman proved online that hard work and dedications pays off
- Dr Thandiwe Buthelezi showed off her impressive academic record after successfully defending her PhD
- Social media users were inspired by her success and applauded Dr Buthelezi in the comment section
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Talk about beauty and brains. Dr Thandiwe Buthelezi has shown what one can achieve when you set your mind to something.
Taking to Twitter, Dr Buthelezi listed her amazing academic achievements after successfully defending her doctorate degree.
Her post read:
"I, Thandiwe Buthelezi, successfully defended by PhD thesis. Honours in Accounting (cum laude), Masters in Finance, Executive MBA, PhD in Mathematics. I am OFFICIALLY done with books! Thandiwe Buthelezi, PhD!"
Take a look at the post below:
The tweet generated over 32 800 likes and social media users from all corners of the world were inspired by her success.
Twitter user, @EPristo, commented:
"Congratulations to you. It might seem easy until one realised the sacrifices it takes, especially when you have a family."
Another tweep, @BaDivine, added:
"When you say PhD in mathematics, you're on to something right there. I did up to Fourier series and Laplace Transforms but eyyy. Congratulations Doc."
Nontobeko Mbatha, who goes by the Twitter handle @dr_dotz, said:
"Lalela, you are the girl. Even me I’m very proud of you."
Tweep, @Thabani_Rsa_, wrote:
"You are a rockstar. Great job."
Social media user, @Smanga_dlamz, commented:
"I don't know you but congratulations sis... Well done. Wow, what an achievement... Bravo... inspired."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on another beautiful young woman who bagged her doctorate degree.
A stunning young lady has taken to social media to celebrate submitting her PhD thesis. @NchimunyaTebeka (Nelisa N Tebeka) is a PhD student at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
According to her Twitter bio, she is a student of the Department of Physiology. She is also a Rhodes Scholar and is researching Type 1 Diabetes. Nelisa posed with her iPad showing the cover of her thesis and uploaded it to the social networking site.
She has received an influx of love and support from Twitter users. Many tweeps have taken to her replies to congratulate her on her hard work. Her tweet has received over 11 000 likes and over 700 retweets.
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