- Thembsie Matu's son, Unathi Matu has just received his Master's degree and his mom could not be any more proud
- Unathi overcame challenges so that he could achieve his degree, all while pursuing a career in acting
- Social media users from Mzansi sent positive messages congratulating Unathi on his wonderful achievement
Award-winning actress Thembsie Matu has a lot to be proud of. Her son Unathi Matu has just bagged his Master's in Engineering from the University of Cape Town. Thembsie, who plays Patronella on The Queen took to social media to share the news with her fans.
"Congratulations on your amazing achievement mfana wam (my boy). Siyabonga that you did not give up and continued to fight despite the hardships you faced. Halala," wrote Thembsie on Instagram.
Acting certainly runs in the family. Unathi is also part of the cast of The Queen. He plays the role of Sipho, Schumacher's lover. The actor has been praised for how well he plays the character, something he seems to have inherited from his mother.
Thembsie earned the hearts of many in Mzansi for her portrayal of Patronella on The Queen.
The post where she is congratulating her son received a number of comments with many congratulating Unathi for his amazing achievement.
miss_olebo said: "I'm inspired."
justnqaba said: "Congratulations young man."
ziyandasam09 commented: "Big congratulations on your achievement."
deevine_destiny_ commented: "Big congratulations. We know this journey hasn't been easy! Your sacrifices have paid off! God's abundant blessings bhuti."
ndlovu1966 said: "Congratulations and well done to the young man."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Bonang Matheba wished the Class of 2020 well. 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.
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