- A lady recently shared the story of how she almost did not graduate and get her chartered accounting qualification
- Varsity World recently took their Facebook page to write about the woman who failed dismally during the first half of her school year
- The woman then shares how she had faith she would make it despite her bad marks, which she eventually did
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Varsity World recently took to Facebook to help a woman share her success story. According to the Facebook post, the young lady nearly failed her mission to receive her chartered accounting qualification.
The Facebook post, which tells the story of Busisiwe Tshabalala, explains how the first half-year of her studies yielded very poor marks. Something that many people would take as a very bad sign. Instead of losing hope, Busisiwe kept on believing that she would eventually become a chartered accountant.
"Had you asked me then if I think I’d make it, I would’ve probably said YES with confidence because I’ve always believed that I will make it. The marks always told a different story but the Faith I had always told me that it will end in CA," wrote Busiswe.
Her faith in herself proved to be a great investment because the Facebook post also had a picture of her qualification. She had made it against all odds and now works as a Senior Financial Accountant at Sasol.
Inspired Facebookers quickly headed to the comment section where they shared their congratulatory messages with Busisiwe who is a living example of where faith and hard work can get you.
In similar inspiring news, Briefly.co.za reported, Olwethu Ntshonga is a lecturer at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and he shared his amazing story recently. Ntshonga graduated high school back in 2013 and worked hard to achieve his current success.
Last year, Ntshonga earned his Master's Degree in Cost and Management Accounting and achieved it Summa Cum Laude. His story was shared to inspiring Facebook page Varsity World recently.
He is now a PhD accounting candidate. Ntshonga added an inspiring quote by Albert Einstein to his story: "Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions." Facebookers congratulated the young man on his amazing achievement.
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