- A young lady has headed to social media to celebrate becoming a doctor with a fun picture
- In the pic, she and her friends are celebrating her newly acquired PhD by having a fun pool party
- Meanwhile, hundreds of locals flocked to the comment section to congratulate her on her stellar achievement
Becoming a doctor is an achievement worthy of a big celebration since so much hard work and determination goes into reaching that goal. A young South African lady has taken to Twitter to celebrate bagging her PhD.
"You may now call me Dr☺️ #phdlife #gradparty in a pandemic," @Miss_Lollie_M captioned the exciting Twitter post.
The post also included a picture of herself and a few of her good friends celebrating the stellar achievement by having a fun pool party - staying true to her obvious funloving and outgoing nature.
Meanwhile South Africans headed to the comment section to congratulate her on her success. Read a few of their comments below.
"Love to see it! Congratulations lovely. So well deserved."
"Also a true cheese, this is how you celebrate, gown le costume."
"This pic is so awesome!"
"Congratulations Dr. Magagula❤"
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In other great Briefly.co.za news, while many were sitting back hopelessly during the nationwide lockdown, a group of homeless Durban men decided to sit up and start a vegetable garden to feed themselves. Soon the garden was large and prosperous - not only a source of food but also a source of income for the men, who spent their days nurturing the seeds they planted.
Now their dedication and commitment to their garden have paid off massively. The innovative homeless men have been turned into working-class businessmen after receiving a huge contract to supply vegetables to Boxer Superstores.
According to reports, they will be supplying Boxer with spinach, tomatoes and peppers; it is a bright start for the men, who started off their farm only hoping to feed themselves during a hard time.
Sizwe Mbatha, one of the gardeners, said in an IOL article:
“We are very excited because we never thought that within a few months we would get a deal like this, it doesn’t happen all the time.”
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