- Melisiwe Zikalala shared her story of hardship and success with Varsity World on Facebook
- The young lady bagged her Master's in Commercial Law after telling her friends and family that she had dropped out
- She shared the news with her mother, who was excited beyond belief
Melisiwe Zikalala has obtained her Master's degree in commercial law and her story is one to remember. According to the young lady, she told everyone close to her that she had dropped out of studying.
She added that she felt she had been in a terrible position and decided to move in silence, and thanked God for that. After obtaining her Master's, Melisiwe shared the news with her mom and she was ecstatic.
Melisiwe created excitement with her mother as she still thought that her daughter had dropped out. Her story is truly inspiring and motivational.
Take a look at Melisiwe's story shared by Varsity World below:
The stunning young lady received an influx of congratulatory messages online. Read some of them below:
Michael Towner wrote:
"I'm from the United States. Congratulations Melisiwe on graduating with a Master's in commercial law. The sky is the limit!"
Mothusi Bomamelo said:
"You confused those close to you for a very good reason. Sometime it is good to keep silent. Congratulations."
Karabo Hector commented:
"Well done dear! That's an amazing level of success!"
Samuel Maila added:
"Congratulations my sister... Bright future ahead."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young lady who shared a heartfelt thank you message to her gogo after being accepted to do her Master's. Sinoxolo KaMarnee Roy Sabelo recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartfelt post about her granny, who raised her from she was only 10 years old after her mom tragically passed on at the age of 29.
"This is my grandmother whom I was left with when my mother was called to rest at the age of 29 and just when I was going to turn 10 years! My grandmother did all she could to see me prosper in life!
"This year I have been accepted to study for my Master's in Applied Sciences (Biotechnology) and it's all her prayers and good teachings, and that is why #ImStaying," she wrote gratefully in the touching Facebook post.
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