From uncertainty to being accepted for honours, lady shares struggles

From uncertainty to being accepted for honours, lady shares struggles

- Kagiso Legodi is celebrating being accepted to do her honours in the course of her choice

- After matriculating she studied accounting but didn't like it and eventually dropped out

- She then realised she wanted to study something in Art and did just that almost a decade after matric

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Kagiso Legodi is a young lady who shared her struggles online. Kagiso is 26 and immediately after she matriculated she started studying Accounting at Tshwane University of Technology. After two and a half years she dropped out.

She was doing her course part-time as she worked as a cashier at a nearby Woolworths. A month after dropping out she resigned from her job and moved back to Limpopo as she felt down and confused about what she wanted to study.

In 2017, Kagiso decided to take up a course in Art. She was accepted at the University of Johannesburg in 2018. At the time she was informed that the uni takes just 15 students for their honours and two weeks ago, she made it into that 15.

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This young lady shared her trial and tribulations when it came to studying. Image: Kagiso Princess Legodi
Source: Facebook

She concluded her post by saying:

"I got an email that I am also one of the top achievers and I am accepted into Honours. All of this still feels so surreal to me. I don’t know what it is that you are asking or trusting God for, but I really pray that it happens for you as it happened for me."

Take a look at her full post below:

Below are just a few of the responses she received:

Malcom Zee Legodi said:

"Congratulations maan u deserve it... This is a testimony hey... Inspirational."

Ayanda Skhosana wrote:

"You're indeed an inspiration."

Queen Ramie commented:

"Congratulations babe, God had plans for you. The time you spent at TUT He was working behind the scenes for you. You deserve it all."

Xolani Lani Tshabalala added:

"Congratulations. May God continue to open doors for you and give you the strength to never give up."
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In other news about successful graduates, recently reported on a young lady who celebrated becoming a doctor. Sindile Shabangu excitedly shared her accomplishment online. After six years of studying and writing exams, Sindile 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.

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