- It is the season to celebrate and a young South African man recently shared that he is now a doctor
- Dr S.S. Cele on Twitter shared a short video of his new stamp with his title and qualification
- The 17-second video gained over 20 000 views on the social networking site and he received tons of support
@mappie_pirena on Twitter is finally able to add "Dr" before his name. He shared a cute video to basically inform his followers that he is now Dr. S.S Cele. In the video, Dr Cele uses his official stamp with his title.
He stamps his details onto a blank page before signing it. The 17-second video has already been viewed over 20 000 times on the social networking site. Dr Cele simply captioned his short yet powerful video:
"Avuleka amazulu. It ended in MBChB(UKZN). Official: Dr. S.S Cele."
Take a look at Dr Cele's video below:
Below are just a few of the responses left for Dr Cele under his tweet:
"This is what we love to see on Twitter..."
"Well done Simp, a well-deserved achievement."
"Lol, I will come for ama sick notes."
@Ntokozo25503831 wrote in response to Dr Cele's tweet:
"Let's toast to this one."
"Congratulations Dokotela, hard work & dedication pays off. We truly are happy for you and hope your surgery will be a surgery of choice for Ethekwini people."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on a graduate who also celebrated making it as a doctor. Sindile Shabangu excitedly shared her accomplishment online. After six years of studying and writing exams, she finally got her degree.
She also excitedly shared that she can now add the "Dr" prefix to her name. Dr Shabangu shared four images online. Three images of herself and one of her new scrubs, name badge and stethoscope.
The young graduate received a crazy amount of love and support from proud South Africans. Take a look at some of the responses below:
"Congratulations Dr Shabangu! You're beautiful and you are going to be the best Doctor. May you flourish. #DrShabangu #DrSindiletheGraduate."
@mphom416 quote tweeted with:
"Please put "Doctor" in your handle cos we know it's real. Congratulations."
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