- A young man recently took to LinkedIn to share that he has just been admitted as an Attorney of the High Court
- His celebration post included two stunning pictures of himself dressed in his black attorney robes
- Soon he was congratulated on his achievement by many of his impressed LinkedIn followers
A proud young South African man recently headed to business and employment-oriented online service LinkedIn to share some pretty exciting news about a recent advancement in his promising career.
Along with two candid pictures of himself dapperly dressed in long black robes, the handsome and bespectacled Sandile Fuba explained that he had just been admitted as an Attorney of the High Court.
"Admitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Please help celebrate with me. It's been a remarkable journey. #law #leadership #lawyers #attorney," he captioned the highly motivational LinkedIn post.
The inspirational post received nearly 4 000 reactions from supportive locals. Soon his exceptionally proud app followers were in the comment section wishing him many messages of congratulations and support.
Nzuzo Msuthu said:
bela mokhali said:
Lutfiyya Bangie-Gaibie said:
"Congratulations and welcome."
Maria Morgan said:
"Great news. Congrats."
Tebogo Dale Moletsane said:
"Congratulations brother man."
In other motivational and inspirational Briefly.co.za news, a stunning young South African woman took to Twitter to celebrate bagging her degree. @nancy_bagula is now a qualified doctor and couldn't be more grateful or excited as she shared a cute video.
South African tweeps, on the other hand, have been sharing different responses. While the majority seem to be full of congratulations, a large number of tweeps are claiming to have suddenly fallen ill.
These hilarious responses will certainly put a smile on anyone's face, hopefully the new graduate feels the same. A few of them read:
@GGMorakile wrote: "Congrats sis wam... But now can I be your first patient??"
@BhekzoTshabala1 said: "Let me be your first patient, but on a serious note congrats Nkosazana."
@mandlamtshali commented: "Congratulations... may you have an exciting career in saving lives."
While @Sphaka_N tweeted:
"All of a sudden I’m not feeling well."
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