- A young lady by the name of Sibahle Muthwa shared a powerful post to Twitter recently
- Sibahle dedicated her honours thesis to her late grandmother, South African politician and activist Dorothy Nyembe
- Her post was met with immense pride from South African tweeps who were happy that she honoured a local icon
Grandparents are not only loving caregivers but are also an inspiration to many. A young lady by the name of Sibahle Muthwa dedicated her honours thesis to her late grandmother, Dorothy Nyembe.
She shared a powerful image of herself holding her thesis in one hand with her other arm outstretched in a fist. The next image showed the dedication at the beginning of her thesis with an image of her grandmother in a similar pose.
Dorothy Nyembe was a politician and activist during the apartheid era in South Africa. Nyembe unfortunately passed away in 1998 but her memory still lives on in the hearts of many.
Take a look at the powerful post below:
This is a snippet of Sibahle's thesis:
Below are a few of the prideful responses to Sibahle's tweet:
"It’s not the fact that you did your thesis for me. It’s the fact that you did it dedicating it to your grandma’s DEDICATION and suffering for this country! Well done!"
"Congratulations are in order. Highly inspired!"
"Congratulations, love this for you and your late grandmother."
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