- A proud young South African woman recently headed online to celebrate finally obtaining her qualification
- In a post shared with Varsity World, the young lady shares that she now has a degree in Actuarial Science and Mathematics
- Many proud locals headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the inspirational post
A proud young lady recently headed online to share her success story with the Facebook page Varsity World. In the heartwarming post, the young lady proudly celebrates finally getting her degree in Actuarial Science and Mathematics.
The post, which was shared by Nondumiso Thango with Varsity World, states that she is a motivational speaker, aspiring African leader and a girl and young women empowerment speaker and facilitator. It also includes a beautiful picture of herself posing proudly with a "degree completed" placard.
"The best gift a girl could ever ask for! BSc in Actuarial Science and Mathematics obtained. “Everything seems impossible until it is done” -Nelson Mandela"-Nondumiso Thango. Actuarial Science & Mathematics Graduate | Aspiring African Leader | Girl & Young Women Empowerment Speaker & Facilitator | GIBS PDBA," the inspiring post read.
Soon many proud South Africans were in the comment section sharing congratulatory messages and well wishes with the bright young woman. Read some of their comments below:
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States. Congratulations Young Lady in obtaining Your BSc degree in Actuarial Science and Mathematics the Sky is the Limit!"
Menzi Mgaga said:
"Wow Congratulations you made it."
Zamomuhle Hlophe said:
"Congratulations my girl. You're an inspiration to our children! All the best in your future endeavours!"
In more inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a young Gambian woman on Twitter, Awa Gai, has headed to her handle to celebrate graduating from law school at 21. The founder of She Awards Gambia, an organisation that recognises and celebrates the achievements of outstanding Gambian women, announced her academic achievement in a post.
"A Law graduate! At 21, I have become the first woman in my family to earn a degree. Grateful to everyone who has supported me on this journey. All praises go to the Most High," she said on Twitter.
Gai's organisation, She Awards Gambia, recognises the remarkable feats of Gambian women from different sectors through initiatives such as International Women’s Day.
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