- A young South African man recently headed online to celebrate being admitted as an attorney of the High Court
- In his post, he hilariously explains how he was so nervous appearing in front of the magistrate for the first time
- Many people loved the post and were soon congratulating him heartily in his comment section
A young man, Sihle Makhanya, shared with Varsity World how happy he is to have admitted as an attorney of the High Court. In his post, he also makes a really funny comment about how nervous he was to appear in front of the magistrate for the very first time.
"It seems like it was just yesterday that I told the Magistrate how nervous I was ahead of my first court appearance as a Candidate Attorney when I went to go introduce myself to her in chambers (pre-COVID) and now as I live breathe I can confidently say it with my chest that I am an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa⚖️⚖️"-Sihle Makhanya Attorney at Venns Attorneys" the post reads.
Mzansi loves a good success story and naturally reacted to the post hundreds of times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to offer Sihle the congratulatory messages that he deserves.
Read a few of their comments below:
Rene van Rensburg said:
"Oh wow!!! Well done!! God bless you x"
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States Congratulations Sihle Makhanya in becoming an Attorney at the High Court of South Africa.Your on the Path in becoming a Global Leader. The Sky is the Limit!"
In similar inspiring Briefly News reports, a lady got the shock of her life after she applied for a job she originally ruled herself out as being qualified for. The Nigerian woman named Akinrokun Tolulope, in a Linkedln post, said she had been job hunting without success for a while but got a job because someone took a chance on her.
Narrating how it happened, Tolulope stated that she came across a job offer on Twitter platform and followed up by chatting the poster expressing her interest to go for an entry level role if available as she wasn't eligible for it.
The young graduate was said to have applied after being egged on by the poster and eventually she was picked.
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