- It is the end of the year and a number of university students are celebrating getting their qualifications
- This was the case for Lerato Matsheka, who completed her medical degree from Wits University
- Lerato was excited for what she had achieved and Mzansi social media users rejoiced with her for finally becoming a doctor
A South African woman took to Twitter to share the wonderful news that she is now a medical doctor. The woman is named Lerato Matsheka and she shared her results from the University of the Witwatersrand on social media.
Lerato began her studies in 2015 and has now met all the requirements to secure her MBChB degree from the university. She was visibly excited to be starting a new journey in her life as a qualified doctor in Mzansi.
Lerato captioned her post on social media: "One thing about me, I am a doctor."
The post went viral on Twitter and a number of people congratulated Lerato for her amazing achievement. She did what many would hope to do in their lifetime.
Mzansi social media users were thrilled for the young doctor for finally making it to being a real doctor in South Africa:
@WitsMSC said: "Congratulations on becoming a doctor. You are an achiever & this must be a very proud moment for you as it is for your family, friends & the MSC. Your hard work has finally paid off & as you savour this moment, we wish that prosperity follows you in everything that you do."
@Jabmaz1 commented: "Well done, Doctor. Please heal our nation."
@MusaMayayise commented: "Congratulations, Dr Lerato Matsheka."
In other inspirational news, Briefly.co.za reported that a grateful Mzansi daughter gifted her mom a beautiful fridge using her savings. Being able to spoil your parents is a blessing, a blessing which a young South African woman can totally relate to.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Dimpho Ntomby Khumalo-Ntombela shared a picture of the fridge she had just bought for her mom.
"I didn't have much to show how grateful I am for having my mom after my dad passed in 2017... It wasn't easy as I wasn't working I had a broken ankle and was in and out of hospital now and again but she was there."
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