- A beautiful young South African lady recently headed online to celebrate an incredible achievement
- In her heartwarming post, the young lady explains that she just completed her law degree and has been admitted as an attorney of the South African High Court
- Many people absolutely loved the post and shared various congratulatory messages with her in the comment section
Another beautiful young South African woman is proving to other young ladies with dreams that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Heading to LinkedIn, Azia Adande shared some amazing news - she was just admitted as an attorney of the High Court.
In her post, Adande explains that it took her four years to complete her law degree, four board exams and two years of doing her articles but she finally completed it all in the end and can now celebrate being a successful attorney. She also included some beautiful pics of herself looking stunning outside the courthouse.
"4 years of LLB, 4 board exams, and 2 years of articles = Admitted Attorney of the High Court of SA," she wrote happily.
Many of her proud connections and friends quickly headed to the comment section of the post where they congratulated her heartily on her achievement. Read a few of their heartwarming comments below:
Mphalela Mokonyane said:
"Congratulations and you're so beautiful too."
Ivan Steenkamp said:
"Azia Adande stepping out in style... break a leg, girl!"
Mngoma Mcebo said:
"Congratulations! You looked the part. Let this journey be glorious."
Kholosa Ngalo said:
"Congratulations you beautiful jurist."
In more inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a local young man, Mphumeleli Mnqobi Sikhosana, recently shared his success story with Facebook page Varsity World. In the post, he explains how he first received a phonecall explaining that he had secured a law firm to do his articles. He then went on to thank everyone who helped him on his journey.
"It feels like yesterday when I received a call from ENSafrica (Africa’s largest law firm) informing me I had secured articles whilst I was on escalators (in Sandton City) to book a bus ticket back to the University of Fort Hare.
"I would also like to thank my bosses from Nedbank, mentors and colleagues for their support! Mphumeleli Mnqobi Sikhosana (Admitted Legal Practitioner of the High Court of South Africa)," he wrote in the post.
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