- A proud young man recently headed to Facebook to share his success story with the online world
- In the post that was shared by Varsity World, the man reflects on his career timeline from the time he left high school
- Many proud South Africans kindly took to the comment section to share congratulatory messages with the bright young man
As every day passes, another young South African makes the decision to do and be better. Tlhalefang Segona is one of those bright young South Africans who are making choices that will secure himself a better future.
Facebook page Varsity World helped Segona share his success story with the world after sharing it on their page. In the inspirational post, Segona details how his life started after he had successfully completed matric. He also shared a photo of himself proudly wearing his lab coat.
"2015: Matric. 2016: Gap year. 2017-2020: North West University. 2021: Laboratory Analyst Intern. Grace got me - Tlhalefang Segona. Bachelor of Science - BSc Biochemistry and Chemistry," the post read.
Very soon the inspirational post reached over 1k likes. Many proud South Africans also headed to the comment section to congratulate Segona and share words of support and encouragement with him.
Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
Njabulo Innocent Gabela said:
"Congratulations. All the best in your career Sir."
Nosihle Dladla said:
"Congratulations. I'm inspired. Currently doing my first year in Biochemistry, mind sharing how you ended up here?"
Tshimo Tsoenyane said:
"I've applied for Bsc in physical science got accepted but I denied the offer later,cos I know someone who did this and had to go for teaching after and I heard it would take me apprx. 9yrs to get a doctorate so I went for engineering but this is inspiring."
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, more and more young South Africans are reaching for the stars and doing big things to make themselves and their families super proud. One such South African is a young girl who headed online to share some stellar news.
The post, which was made by a young beautiful South African woman with the Twitter handle @CBoujee, shared that she had just bought herself her very own car at the tender age of only 19 years old. The post also features pictures of herself posing proudly beside her stunning blue Mini Cooper.
"A 19-year-old did that," she wrote proudly in the inspirational and motivational tweet.
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