- Tintswalo Emma Sibeko shared an inspiring post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently
- According to Tintswalo, she and her husband bagged their third qualifications - together
- Tintswalo's post was met with all kinds of love, appreciation and pride from South Africans in the group
Tintswalo Emma Sibeko shared her and her husband's amazing accomplishment to the #ImStaying group on Facebook. According to Tintswalo she and her hubby bagged their third qualifications together.
Tintswalo didn't specify what they graduated from or what their previous accomplishments are but the proud moment deserves all the recognition it's getting. She shared a few stunning graduation pictures to the group accompanying her post.
Stayers are feeling all sorts of pride and inspiration due to her post. The post was uploaded earlier today and has already received over 1 500 reactions on the social networking site.
Tintswalo's full caption read:
"This picture illustrates that all things are possible. My husband and I have bagged our third accomplishments. It wasn’t easy but here we are. It all seems impossible until it gets done. Here’s to excellence in abundance ❤️ #ImStaying #excellence #couplegoals. Note to stayers: Go for it!!! Give it your all and Reap the rewards! #ImStaying."
Take a look at some of the comments left under the post.
Debbie Knudsen said:
"Congratulations and extremely well done. So proud of the 2 of you. An achievement nobody can take from you. Now its going to be pleasures all the way xx."
Kutlwano Mmabatho Sehlabaka commented:
"Beautiful my sister. Congratulations to the two of you."
Bhavisha Jagbeer wrote:
"Wow, absolutely amazing. So inspirational. Just what I needed to see today."
Eugenia Colombos-Good added:
"Congratulations! That’s fantastic, a wonderful achievement."
In other news about inspiring graduates, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a graduate who struggled her way through uni. Sonia Mama-Phenyo Mathibe registered with UNISA back in 2016 and at the time she was a casual worker at a retail store.
She worked for a maximum of four days a week. She applied for NSAFAS and although she was approved, Sonia said they did not pay for anything. Thankfully, she managed to secure a permanent position at the store with a basic salary.
Sonia used her first paycheque to pay her fees and saved some for transport. She was never able to afford a laptop for her assignments and instead borrowed her neighbour's. Sonia is a single mother and her own mother, who is a pensioner, helped her where she could.
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