- A South African woman has taken to Facebook to celebrate finally getting her PhD
- In a heartwarming post, she explains how many challenges stood in her way but she pushed through them all
- Many felt that they could take a leaf from her branch, all commending her in the comment section
A South African lady has served as a shining example of where dedication and determination can get you in life. Vuyokazi 'Vuyo' Mntuyedwa shared a heartwarming post on Facebook's ImStaying about how she finally got her PhD after undergoing many challenges.
"On 18 Dec 2020, I received my Ph.D. degree at UWC after so many challenges that have delayed my progress. I have told myself one thing, regardless of the delays but am going to get my PhD degree one day because am not a failure.
"I did not quit, or dropout because I knew that as a Black young woman I am capable of finishing this PhD. So I want to encourage everyone that, Never ever give up on your Dreams the Devil and the circumstances can delay you But don’t lose focus. I walk tall every day these days as Dr M my new academic title. I salute my perseverance all the time and resilience. #DrM #PhDStory #ImStaying" she wrote proudly.
Stayers had this to say:
Thobeka Dwadwa said:
"Well done and congrats, may all people who ever started on the PhD path pick up and continue"
Margaret Turner said:
"Well done you deserve it."
Carol Ashton Spencer said:
"Very well done."
Kamohelo Motloung said:
"Wow. Congratulations Doctor."
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, Mzansi ladies and men are still winning in great ways. Buying cars, homes, and graduating seems to be the order for the year. Another young lady has headed online to share that she just got a brand new car.
The beautiful South African woman with the Twitter handle @nolokyyy recently took to Twitter to share cool photos of herself and her family standing by her side as she posed together with her cute and brand new baby.
"Anyways...I GOT A FREAKING CAR TODAY," she excitedly captioned the very motivational and highly inspirational Twitter post.
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