- Another young South African has bagged a Master's degree and he proudly shared the news online
- Taking to Twitter, the radiant gent shared snaps of himself rocking his graduation cap and gown
- He also proudly flexed all his colourful graduation sashes and the newest addition to his qualifications
Some people are setting the standard for how vigorously and determinedly we should be chasing our dreams. A young South African man recently headed online to celebrate getting his Master's Degree in Business Administration.
Taking to Twitter, @iMoshele shared a snap of himself rocking his cap and gown, one of his various graduation colours ribbons and one of his newest qualification certificates - talk about super flexing hey.
"Anyway, Lenna bagagešu!"
Many of his friends and followers loved to see his success and quickly headed to the comment section to share just how proud they were of him. Read a few of their thoughtful messages below:
"We talking about MBA here. Soon I'm approaching that level bro, inspired."
"You must make it clear in the status phela so they don’t think it’s a diploma or any undergrad. It’s MBA so they best recognise."
"Haha. Those are LinkedIn things. Here we come to chat and laugh and maybe throw in some inspiration nyana."
"Congratulations. Ba dumedishe ka mouwe LC de Villiers."
@I Am My Ancestors Child said:
"Congratulations broer... I'm so excited, like I personally know you... God is great. Now go get that PhD mfethu."
Briefly News similarly reported about another beautiful South African woman, Mpho Dzhivhuwo, has added her name to the growing list of candidate attorneys in the country. According to a post made by Facebook's Varsity World, the young lady proudly explains how the journey was long and hard but in the end she did it.
"4 years of law school, 2 years of articles plus 9 exams (Boards and SAIIPLS), 1 stressful High Court application and a whole lot of my Mother’s prayers...I finally put my family name on the roll of Attorneys. We did it Joe!"-Mpho DzhivhuwoAdmitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa, the post reads.
South Africans loved to see it and naturally reacted to the post over 1k times. Many of them took to the comment section to share hearty congratulatory messages.
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