- A young South African law graduate recently headed online to share some amazing photos from her graduation day
- In the picss, the young lawyer is wearing her graduation cap and gown and with a beautiful dress underneath
- Many super inspired South Africans could not wait to share thoughtful congratulatory messages in the comments section
Heading online, a local stunner with the handle, @Bongiwe__m headed to Twitter to celebrate finally being able to call herself a lawyer with some pretty awesome snaps of herself in her graduation getup.
"BCom Law Degree, bagged," she captioned the motivational graduation snaps.
There is not a feeling that comes close to the one that you have once you finally complete your studies and can finally call yourself qualified in whatever field you pursued. A young South African woman recently got to experience the amazing feeling.
Her friends and followers could not be happier for her and accordingly, they headed to the comments section to share a number of well wishes and congratulatory messages. Read a few of their sweet comments below:
"Congratulations, I also have a BCom law from a person, its a hectic road. It is a well-respected degree I now work for one of the big banks."
"The power in this pic, keeping it as inspiration."
"I am happy for my own will come also."
"Caption it Amazing Bongiwe"
"Congratulations sis I’m inspired."
"So proud of you sweetheart"
In similar inspiring Briefly News reports, today was a big day for many students as they celebrated becoming graduates. A young South African man has something even bigger to celebrate as he is now the proud owner of a Doctoral Degree.
In a heartwarming and super inspirational post shared on Twitter by the man with the Twitter handle, @SFobosi, he greets everyone by announcing his new NQF level of education - the highest there is, a level 10.
While many people have become accustomed to Bachelor's degrees and perhaps Master's, they were super proud to see a doctor on their timelines. Taking to the comment section, many of them wished him well and congratulated him heartily.
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