- A South African woman is serving as a shining example after she failed Grade 11 three times but still went on to become a graduate
- According to a heartwarming Facebook post, the woman has also been accepted to go and study toward her Master's degree in Japan
- Inspired South Africans were truly touched by the post and commended the woman for her determination and perseverance
Often failing more than once can result in someone giving up on themselves and their dreams. A young woman, however, did not give up on herself after failing Grade 11 not once or twice but three times.
According to a heartwarming Facebook post made by Matjhabeng Street Radio, Keabetswe Modise failed Grade 11 a couple of times but she refused to let that shape her destiny. Keabetswe is now a graduate and has even been accepted by a Japanese university to study towards getting her Master's degree.
"CELEBRATING BLACK CHILD . Meet Keabetswe Modise one of the hard working student she has failed Grade 11 three times and she didn't gave in. In fact Keabetswe keep on learning because of her passion in education now she's about to graduate this month and already she has been accepted to study her master in Japan. CONGRATULATIONS KEABETSWE," Matjhabeng street Radio captioned the post.
Proud locals had this to say:
Maleven Zayin said:
"Wow this girl is a fighter, she's definitely a mbokodo."
Fazel Gadaffi Pandor said:
"Must have a passion if you failed Grade 11 3 times."
Neos Mgwadleka said:
"Well done dear, may God bless you more."
In similar inspiring Briefly News reports, not many people have the determination it takes to study for seven whole years. A young woman proved that she was made of the right stuff after she headed online to celebrate reaching the end of her studies.
In her post, the young lady with the Twitter handle @Lera_Mkay praised God wholeheartedly that her seven years of being a student are finally nearing an end as her graduation is just around the corner.
"I’m so emotional today cause I just realised that my grad is exactly a week from now. After 7 years, 2 academic exclusions, financial exclusion, and being diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety, I AM FINALLY GRADUATING!"
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Source: Briefly News