- A proudly South African mom recently headed to Facebook to brag about her son who is about to complete his Master's Degree
- According to the heartwarming post, the young disabled man did not allow his disability to stop him from reaching for his dreams
- Mzansi absolutely loved the positivity, many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts
Watching your child achieve greatness despite life's many obstacles is a feeling like no other. A proud SA mom, Tina Nokuthula Muthwa, recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share how her son is achieving great things.
Her post includes pictures of her determined boy who suffers from a physical disability. In the pictures, the young man can be seen smiling as he graduates more than once despite being unable to walk on his own.
"This is my son Lwandle Nkululeko Muthwa.He was born physically challenged. Through all the challenges we had. He didn't give up. He is about to finish his Master's degree. #IM STAYING IM SO PROUD OF YOU SON. YOU ARE A LIVING TESTIMONY. MY GOD KEEP YOU AND FULFILL ALL YOUR DREAMS. YOU HAVE SHOWN US ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. I LOVE YOU MY ONE AND ONLY SON," she captioned the post.
Stayers had this to say:
Jenny Kerr Floyd said:
"I am in awe! Congratulations and may your achievement bring you fulfillment."
Paula Altman said:
"Congrats nothing is impossible for those that believe! God bless you both."
Mishaal Dee Durrell said:
"CONGRATULATIONS young man...may you CONTINUE to go, from STRENGTH TO STRENGTH...AWESOME !!"
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, in South Africa, a matric qualification opens the doors to success for many. It means that one can study to get a degree, diploma, or pursue a learnership. In Mzansi, a few celebrities have shown that they could make it in life without a degree or even matric for that matter.
A Twitter user @sushimandi sparked a debate online about celebrities who are successful even without Grade 12. He wrote:
"Our parents told us education is the key to success, but these celebs are successful without matric."
The list consisted of Somizi, Cassper Nyovest, Prince Kaybee and DJ Maphorisa. Social media users weighed in on the matter and discussed whether matric was important or not to chase your dreams.
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