- A beautiful young woman recently headed online to share a post about being admitted as a legal practitioner in the High Court
- In the heartwarming post, the young woman says that the achievement is a dream turned into a reality
- Many proud South Africans wasted no time in heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
Another beautiful young South African woman has proudly joined the South African legal system. Heading online, the smart young beauty shared with a Facebook page, Varsity World, the exciting news of herself being admitted as a legal practitioner in the High Court.
"What was once a mere dream has become a reality today!!! Allow me to re-introduce myself: I am Mamello Molotsi, an admitted legal practitioner of the High Court of South Africa!
"Mama, I truly made it and I hope you’re proud! Looking forward to gaining more experience and playing my part in society!!! - Mamello Molotsi. Admitted Legal Practitioner of the High Court of South Africa."
Proud South Africans had this to say:
ArchbishopDr Modiri Pat Shole said:
"Well done Mamello."
Samkelo Masilela said:
Lilly Christinah Selolo-Maenetja said:
Rudzie Wa Ha Thovhogi said:
Masego Khalo said:
"Congrats black child, keep on shining."
Mihle Mapitiza said:
"Congratulations my love, please do continue to make us proud... good luck."
Machipa Letsoalo said:
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States. Congratulations Mamello Molototsi in a Legal Practitioner of the High Court of South Africa, forming the Path to becoming a Global Leader, the Sky is the Limit!"
In more inspirational Briefly.co.za news, thinking ahead is the best way to avoid falling short in the future. A beautiful, innovative, and smart South African woman recently thought ahead and it really meant a great deal to her. According to a post made online, she started a vegetable business.
In the post that was made by @KasiEconomy, the young woman decided that she was not going to let Covid-19 stop her from making a living, and so even though she's a qualified IT technician, she started successfully selling vegetables.
"Meet 29 year old Ntombi Mahlangu AKA Babes Wama Veggies from Mpumalanga. She's a qualified IT technician and she started to sell vegetables immediately after they imposed the lockdown. She says she always wanted to start but she had feared," @kasiEconomy captioned the post.
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