- Thuthuka Mthembu is officially a graduate and she is buzzing with pride
- Graduating from AFDA, Thuthuka took to social media to share the amazing moment with fans, explaining just how empowered this has made her feel
- Understanding what an incredible accomplishment this is, fans flooded the comment section of the post with messages of congratulations
Thuthuka Mthembu has finally graduated and cannot contain her excitement. Getting your qualification is a feeling that cannot be explained, it’s life-changing!
While Thuthuka is already a star, getting her qualification meant a lot to her. Education is so important and Thuthuka knows the power of knowledge.
Having recently graduated from AFDA, The School for the Creative Economy, Thuthuka took to social media to share the incredible news.
Thuthuka explained that graduating was an incredible feeling that made her feel all kinds of empowered. Yes, babes!
“We finally graduated! MILESTONE COMPLETED. I feel so incredibly empowered. Like there’s nothing I cannot do. Which essentially is true, this degree affirms it! Being at Afda has encouraged me to go head to head with some of my greatest challenges, and live to tell the tale. It’s been an incredible journey, I’m so much better because of it!”
Fans took to the comment section to congratulate Thuthuka on graduating. Thuthuka accomplished something huge and has all the right to be proud of herself!
@sippysip14: “Yaaaay congratulations.”
@luyamaphumulo: “Beautiful sis Thuthuka.”
@hlehle_moon: “Congratulations Suki.”
@mpumeza152: “Congratulations sweets!”
@lindopariss: “Proud of you nana!”
The stunner, who plays the part of Nonka on the hit soapie, said safety measures that have been put in place on the set of Uzalo are necessary to ensure that everyone stays healthy. The star told TshisaLIVE that she is not about the lavish life and is not immune to difficulties.
"The reality is that being an actor in South Africa is not as glamorous as people make it out to be. People have an expectation of what it should be like, but we are just normal people. The same challenges you face, I face.”
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