- A young woman recently shared a heartwarming post online to celebrate finally becoming a graduate
- According to her post, her university did not have a graduation ceremony and so she took it upon herself to hold her own
- Locals loved the fact that she commemorated the special occasion to celebrate her achievement
A beautiful young South African lady did not allow her university's lack of graduation ceremony to take away from her achievement of finally becoming a graduate.
According to the post that was shared by Varsity World on Facebook, Jostina Ledwaba, an HR graduate from the University of South Africa (UNISA), decided to have her own graduation ceremony.
"Today was my graduation, we didn't have a ceremony but I went to UNISA and made my own celebration. Proud moments. #HR Graduate - Jostina Ledwaba," the inspirational post read.
South Africans were so moved that Jostina has decided to make her own graduation special. The post received nearly 1k likes as proud locals also headed to the comment section to congratulate Jostina on her achievement. Many of them agreed that she deserved the special graduation that she gave herself.
Read a few of their comments below:
Sbøngiseni Sibaya said:
"Congratulations, you deserve it."
Karabo Mosweu said:
Lungelwa January said:
Machipa Letsoalo said:
"Congratulations, young lady."
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States. Congratulations Justina Ledwaba on becoming an HR graduate, you are on the path to becoming a global leader. The sky is the limit!"
In other awe-inspiring Briefly News reports, the aim is to always follow your bliss and to pick up tips, tricks, and skills while you're at it. A young man, Makatu Tshivhula, recently turned his experience as a candle factory worker into a way to kickstart his own successful candle business.
"From working at a candle manufacturing factory to owning one. Meet Makatu Tshivhula (22) from Soweto, the owner of @LightCandlesZA, a company that manufactures and sells premium quality household candles, scented candles, pillar candles, and everything candle related," @kasieconomy explained in a post.
South Africans could not be more motivated and were soon in the comment section either complimenting his work or promising to support his company.
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