- A local woman has thanked her mom after finally earning her first degree in Biomedicine
-Oreabetswe Mokale says that even though she couldn't walk on stage to receive her certificate, her accomplishment cannot be diminished
- The graduate says she is most grateful for the relationships built through education and very proud of herself for the achievement
A stunning local woman and recent higher education graduate has taken to social media to share a heartfelt message with her mother. Oreabetswe Mokale was proud to share her achievement with the rest of Mzansi, adding herself to the Mokale family list of already accomplished university grads.
"The big day has finally come. I am a Bachelor of Science in Biomedicine graduate from Pearson Institute of Higher Education. I might not have walked the stage physically, it doesn’t diminish the weight of my achievement. So incredibly proud of myself and grateful for all the relationships I built with friends and lecturers alike. To my mom, all that I am is because of you, thank you."
Oreabetswe also took to social media earlier this week to share a short clip of her families wall of University graduates. The video pans us through the family home where many other relatives accomplishments are put on display. The graduate captioned the humble flex:
"Application to join the squad is undergoing processing "
Social media users were quick to congratulate the graduate in the comments.
Mmathabo Mashego said:
Congratulations it's my first time seeing a Private institution graduate
Phiwe Alucia Masango said:
Shonisani Norman Singo said:
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that South African youth are slowly but surely grabbing education by the horns and becoming graduates. A young lady has just jumped on the bandwagon and joined the rest of Mzansi's graduates. This lady bagged a degree.
Her heartwarming post included some snaps of herself in her cap and gown and even one of her folks standing beside her looking as proud as ever.
"Umsebenzi wethu," she captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
The post positively blew up as thousands of locals tapped on the like button. Many of them also headed to the comment section to congratulate the young lady and wish her well.
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