- A two-time graduate recently shared a highly motivational and inspirational post on Facebook
- In his post, the young man explains how he and a friend had got by on the most basic of meals while trying to obtain their qualification
- Many people shared messages of support and encouragement in the comment section
While many enjoyed varsity life and all the fun days that it often came with - not everyone had it very easy, Tebogo Mmako is one of those who had to push and struggle to come out with his qualification.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Mmako shared a heartwarming yet motivational post about how he and a friend used to eat dry pap and black tea while studying. He also mentions how they sadly ate their meal while others bought pricey foods from the canteen.
"I remember during my studies at the University of Limpopo, people will be running to the cafeteria to buy food for lunch and some will be eating nice food in their rooms. My friends and I Maesela Stan Aphane Jerry Kgobalala Moukangoe will be eating this. life was not easy at all. today I have two degrees working on my third qualification. #im staying ," he wrote in the Facebook post.
Stayers had this to say to Mmako:
Sonette Theron said:
"I have great admiration for you."
Wena Fouche said:
"Ek haal my hoed vir julle af en saluur julle ook, weet presies waarvan jy praat.Jy en julle het sterker en wyser daardeur geword en ek ook.Baie geluk ook aan jou en God seen"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, there's nothing better than seeing your peers succeed in life and this story is a clear indication that Mzansi peeps are no exception. A woman, identified as Nicole, recently took to social media platform Twitter to share her success after acquiring a new set of wheels.
Nicole took to social media to post snaps of her new whip, captioning it simply:
"I did a thing today."
Peeps were overjoyed for her, showering the post with love to the point where it quickly went viral. It's nothing short of heartwarming to see so many people enjoying a moment like this.
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