- Going by the name of @DonFigo, the proud South African man has taken to social media to celebrate his latest success as he will strut his stuff at High Court
- Apart from being an attorney at the High Court of South Africa, @DonFigo revealed that he will also act as the notary public official
- South Africa Social media users are delighted for the Johannesburg-based attorney, @DonFigo for his new step at the High Court
Another South African lawyer has been admitted to the High Court of South Africa and that is @DonFigo who posted the big news on social media account.
The man’s bio reveals that he is based in Johannesburg and has shared the news with his followers on Twitter.
@DonFigo announced that he is officially an admitted attorney and notary public of the High Court of South Africa.
Taking a glance at the comments section, the social media account holder’s followers have nothing but congratulatory messages for their friend.
@DonFigo captioned his post, ‘Comunicado official: I’m officially an admitted Attorney and Notary Public of the High Court of South Africa.”
“Congratulations big homie... onwards & upwards.”
“A huge Congratulations to you Counsel.”
“Don Figo Consulting Services for football heads only. Congratulations bhuti.”
Briefly News recently ran an article on another young South African, Katlego Makgaila, who opted to inspire his followers by taking to social media to celebrate his success as he will pit 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 were flooding his wall with congratulatory messages.
The Pretoria-based attorney graduated from the University of Johannesburg in 2018 and continued to do his articles in 2019.
In other news, Briefly News also reported that a beautiful young Mzansi woman was proving to other young ladies with dreams that anything is possible if you set your mind to it.
Azia Adande headed to LinkedIn and shared some amazing news - she was just admitted as an attorney of the High Court.
In her post, Adande explained that it took her four years to complete her law degree, four board exams, and two years of doing her articles but finally completed it all in the end and can now celebrate being a successful attorney.
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