- The South African matric results were released early this morning and many people could finally breathe a sigh of relief
- Even happier than some of the matriculants themselves about passing are their family members who have taken to social media to celebrate
- Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the most heartwarming posts made proud family members
Today was a big day for many matriculants as they all received their matric results that play a big part in how their lives will be shaped starting now. While not everyone made it, those who did were celebrated proudly by their family members.
Since early this morning, hundreds of posts have been dedicated to matriculants who made their families proud by passing exams during what may just have been the hardest period in their schooling careers.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the most heartwarming posts made by proud family members who could not help but head online to either brag or simply congratulate their loved ones. View some of their posts below:
"My boy getting 3 Distinctions in Accounting, Maths lit and Business Studies, I'm super proud!#classof2020 #MatricResults2020 #matric."
"My baby did it I am so proud. 7A's#classof2020."
"My Boy Kagiso Matji got 7 Distinctions Ko Kasi Am Such A Proud Brother...#classof2020."
"My Son is going to university!!!! PROUD DAD #matric #MatricResults2020 #MatricResults #classof2020."
"Lil sis and lil bro both obtained Bachelor Degrees #matric #classof2020."
"Nqaa 7 distinctions emtaneni Lil sis did the things#classof2020 #MatricResults2020."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young woman recently became a beacon of hope for the small percentage of matriculants that did not pass for 2020. Taking to Twitter, the young lady with the handle, @MimiiZwane shared how she had failed her first attempt at passing matric back in 2019.
In the heartbreaking post, she also explains how her failure nearly led to her giving up on herself but instead, she braced herself and tried again in 2020. This time she not only passed but did so with admission to bachelors.
"Failed matric in 2019 and felt like giving up but 2020 god came through❤️I’m so proud of myself #matric congratulations to the class of 2020," she wrote obviously overjoyed by the good news that she just received.
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