- Born in Pretoria, 26-year-old Katlego Makgaila has instigated a standstill on Twitter after he was accepted to the Gauteng High Court
- The former University of Johannesburg student celebrated the biggest day of his life with his parents
- From his many friends and followers, everyone wished the young lad the best of luck in his new career path
Another young South African, Katlego Makgaila, has opted to inspire his followers by taking to social media to celebrate his success as he pits his mind against the best in the High Court of South Africa.
Going by his Twitter account, the 26-year-old was captured in photographs with his parents outside the court and his followers are flooding his wall with congratulatory messages.
According to a report published by IOL, the Pretoria-based attorney graduated from the University of Johannesburg in 2018 and continued to do his articles in 2019.
Following the admission, Mokgaila was a hit on the social application where the hashtag #CongratulationsKatlego trended.
His post on the social platform had received 918 retweets, 9275 likes by the time Briefly.co.za penned this article. Makgaila said in his caption:
"The best part of it all. I did it for them."
Taking a look at the comments from his followers, scores of them shared heartfelt messages as they rejoiced over the young lawmaker's achievement.
@Lameck Maseko said:
“Today we celebrate a black child's success, nothing slaps at the heart more then this. Halala Man.”
“Congratulations Katlego, you deserve it.”
@MohauSam could not believe the young attorney was trending:
"Papi, you are even trending. Well done, upward and forward!!! Now I can give you a call to get me out of the mud!.”
“Black Excellence.... aluta continua brother.”
@NicholasThulan1 seemed to have a better idea of the law society:
“Couldn't be more happier for you bro, I hear the attorney's admission exam is a complete nightmare but you persevered nonetheless.”
@KgotleloMohla had a short and sweet message to his friend:
“Congratulations ma bra... keep working hard... more life and wisdom.”
Briefly.co.za also ran an article on a young man who is a testimony that the road to success is not always an easy one, especially for many South Africans who live in the direst of circumstances.
A young man recently helped other people from poor backgrounds and to see that where there is a will to succeed, there is definitely a way to succeed.
Taking to Facebook, Maake Shadrack, shared an inspirational post about how he had slept on the floor as a student, working hard to obtain a qualification that would catapult him from his poor circumstances to a better life.
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Source: Briefly News