- Bonang Matheba showed some love to the class of 2020 and sent them a sweet message on Twitter
- The media personality said that she hopes that everyone passes their exams
- Social media users commented on the post with many reflecting on how challenging 2020 was for students
Media personality and founder of the House of BNG, Bonang Matheba showed her soft side when she sent positive vibes to the class of 2020. It has been a difficult year for students of all ages with the pandemic affecting everyone differently.
Varsity students were forced to study remotely and Matric students had a number of disruptions. Including a few exam paper leaks that caused much anxiety when the Department of Basic Education insisted that they had to be rewritten.
Bonang took to her Twitter account to wish the class of 2020 well. She simply wrote:
"I hope you pass your exams!"
Mzansi social media users were happy that Bonang had taken the time out of her busy schedule to consider others. Briefly.co.za assembled a few reactions to Bonang's post on Twitter:
@MfokaMqulusi said: "I hope everyone passed their exams too but to those that did not make it, don't give up. It's never too late."
@Khosi98360440 commented: "Wishing them the same too. The class of 2020 has gone through the most challenges ever."
@Naphakade_ said: "Feels so good coming from you. I will."
@JwamNathi commented: "Passing is not the problem my generous queen. The problem is unemployment and the poverty that followers when you sit at home with that degree."
@PleeKgosi said: "I even bagged a few disctinctions."
In other education news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha announced that her foundation has R1m worth of bursaries to give. Nomzamo Mbatha has warmed up hearts in Mzansi after sharing that her foundation had a lot to give this festive season.
The Nomzamo Lighthouse Foundation has announced that they have R1 million worth of bursaries to give away to young people across South Africa.
"It’s my honour to announce that Hollywood Bets has trusted my Nomzamo Lighthouse Foundation once again with a sponsorship of a further R1 million for us to award South African youth who wish to pursue their tertiary education or who have outstanding fees," wrote Nomzamo on Instagram.
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