Stunning lady celebrates graduation with fire pics: Mzansi impressed

Stunning lady celebrates graduation with fire pics: Mzansi impressed

- A woman, identified as Simo Marwa, has shared some perfectly glorious snaps celebrating her graduation

- While the lockdown has prevented the traditional celebrations, the graduate and her friends couldn't resist making the most out of the moment

- Mzansi was beyond impressed, praising her success and lauding her as a prime example for future generations

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Simo Marwa has graduated and held a glorious photoshoot with her friends to celebrate recently.

The resulting photos were posted online and to date garnered over 5 600 reactions after it went viral.

The graduate captioned the post 'it’s black women for me' and Mzansi couldn't agree more.

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The stunning graduate impressed Mzansi with the glorious snaps. Image: @simo_marwa/ Twitter
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One of her friends also took to social media to weigh in, @Cherry01_ commented that:

"Celebrating my friends’ wins gives me SO much joy! my girl graduated today and I’m so emotional cause oh the journey to get to this point! man, I’m so proud of you lil mama."
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Take a look at just a few reactions to the post below:

@MbongiseniNtim1- "SA ladies must learn a lot from you coz we all know how SA ladies do in their numbers to keep their demands met."
@njumckay1- "Congratulations! I pray you don't spend a decade looking for a job."
@Nomakhosi_N- "South African women are beautiful damn it."
@BhebheBrian- "Congrats anisebahle you."
@ShakeZ_Rampa- "Congratulations, so the lady on the left."
@vj_vista- "Black excellence."
@UnapologeticPR- "Love to see it!"
@TashyGin- "Love these, congratulations Simo!"

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Mvuyo Makhasi has gone viral after sharing his story about his father's hard work despite not having the best ride.

The young man explained that his father had driven his iskoroko everywhere after him, saying that:

"My dad has been driving iskoroko all my life. He drove me to prize-giving evenings at school, debate tournaments, even my registration at Wits."
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But this has changed due to Makhasi's hard work and, in a small way, through his fathers as well.

Hearts break as man shares touching anniversary post about late wife Makhasi revealed that he had managed to give back, gifting his dad with a new car and feeling blessed to be able to do so:

"Today, I gifted him with this car and I feel so blessed to be able to make this part of his life as blissful as possible."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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