- A young South African lady recently headed to Twitter to celebrate her academic excellency
- In the post, she explains how her undergraduate degree arrived while she was preparing to present her thesis for her Honours degree
- Twitter users were soon in the comment section with many congratulatory messages for the brilliant young lady
Young South Africans are becoming increasingly empowered, buying homes, cars, and graduating are becoming an everyday thing. Another young lady has taken to social media to celebrate a stellar achievement - receiving her undergraduate degree.
@palesa_moloto explained in an exciting Twitter post that her undergraduate Bachelor of Science medical bioscience degree had arrived in the mail while she was preparing to present her thesis for her Honours degree.
"Two days before I present my Honours thesis and my undergraduate degree just arrived," she captioned the inspirational Twitter post.
Meanwhile, her followers quickly headed to the comment section to marvel over her stellar achievement. Many of them shared congratulatory messages and kind words with the young lady. Read a few of their comments below.
"These are the South African girls I was telling you about, they always make us proud. Congratulations Doc."
"Congratulations to you my wife and also my Miss SA."
"Congratulations and all the best for the presentation."
"Modimo o phala baloi. Congratulations, you deserve a champopo."
"My best scientist right there, congrats... more winning queen."
"A very huge congratulations to you!"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, @Mathabo__M shared a wonderful piece of news with her Twitter followers recently. According to the stunning young lady, she received a fantastic promotion at her place of work on Wednesday, 25 November.
@Mathabo__M says she was promoted as the new 'head of department'. She did not share any specific details about where she works or even what department she is now the head of, but that didn't bother South African tweeps.
Tweeps became elated by her amazing news and flocked to her replies section to share congratulatory messages with the new 'HoD'. In response one tweep, @Irockdegul wrote:
"Congratulations Lala, I'm happy for your progress."
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