- A proud young South African man recently headed online to celebrate receiving a scholarship to the University
- In the heartwarming Twitter post, the man also says that he is so grateful and that he will be adding his latest venture to his bio
- Many of his friends and followers quickly headed to the comment section where they congratulated him heartily
More and more young people are winning in this life thing and of course we are all for it. Another young South African man recently headed online to celebrate becoming a University of Cape Town student.
According to the post that was made by the guy with the Twitter handle, @SegoSithole he just received a full scholarship to attend the university and will be studying a Bcom in Acturial Science - a halala moment indeed.
"If you see "UCT" on my bio today mind your own. So grateful," he wrote obviously very proud of himself.
The post quickly blew up and received nearly 10 000 likes. Many of the young man's friends and followers also headed to the comment section where they shared congratulatory messages and words of encouragement.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Congratulations. Compulsory Computer Science (Python ) Module loading. I am happy for ya, and I will mind my own since it's already on your BIO."
"I’m so so so proud of you! Congratulations again."
"Man weren’t you the one that had so much faith that you’re gonna get accepted you already booked a flight Face with tears of joy before any acceptance."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a local father has left Mzansi truly moved with his determination to succeed and his dedication to provide a better life for his family. Robert Maposa (43) from Mamelodi East, Pretoria, decided to turn his life around and went back to school to complete his matric at the age of 28 years old.
Determined to push himself even further, Maposa then decided to become a gardener and do other odd jobs so that he could put himself through university - something that was undoubtedly very hard to do.
Pushing against all odds, Maposa amazingly went on to graduate from Unisa with a law degree. Not only did he graduate with his LLB, but he also got a distinction - something that he and his family are incredibly proud of.
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