- Achieving a dream is one of the best feelings on the planet, especially if you've been grinding hard to make it
- One Mzansi citizen, Thusani Tshivhase, has done exactly that and obtained her qualifications to be a chartered accountant
- This dream, according to Thusani, took nine whole years to complete and countless peeps are inspired
Thusani Tshivahase is celebrating her achievement after obtaining her qualifications to be a chartered accountant.
The moment has gone viral, with Mzansi coming out to ensure that Thusani isn't alone in admiring her hustle.
The brainy beauty recently took to social media to reveal that the journey had been a long and challenging one, captioning the post:
"A journey that took nine years to complete! A dream delayed is not a dream denied!"
Take a look at the numerous responses to the moment on social media:
@mtsekeo- "Congratulations, it doesn't matter how long it takes you. It's the end result and lessons learned during the journey that matters the most."
@AubreyNhla: "Congratulations! Could you please be my mentor."
@Bra_kent365: "I'm an accounting student and the only time I've seen a CA certificate is on Twitter."
@Mchenge_ZA: "I personally believe a person who repeatedly something over and over will be a master on the field of working...congratulations babies."
@olwethu_NN: "CongratulationsClapping hands sign, all the best for the future."
@ChocMelting: "Yhu Yhu Yhu Yhu!!! The success that is overflowing and flooding my TL! Chile chile! Ke happy man! Congratulations!"
@Griffiths_RSA: "Mosadi, well done. I am proud. May you inspire others who have given up! May your future be brighter!"
@hloks007: "Congrats, May success overtake you and you follow it in every path, the road looks even wider for you."
@Bushleigh: "Congratulations sisi."
@Reazy: "Shine Thusani!! Congratulations, hard work pays off...all the best going forward. Go get them babes."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Zah Mafuze Ngcobo shared her inspirational story of how she overcame challenges and ended up graduating.
She revealed that in 2006 she lost her mom and lived with her grandmother until she finished matric.
She worked various jobs and started studying but she could not afford to study past her 1st semester after her work contract was cancelled.
Landing a permanent job, she resumed studying but then another challenge confronted her. She was diagnosed with bipolar stage 2 but she pushed harder and passed.
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