- It’s another story of an influential woman, Palesa Shabangu, who has just bagged a Bachelor of Science degree on her way to becoming a doctor
- The lady has set a new career path to being a doctor as she will graduate on Wednesday with a Bachelor of Science qualification from the University of Limpopo
- Palesa Shabangu has definitely inspired many of her Mzansi followers as they have just congratulated her
Another proudly South African woman has taken to her social networking page to influence her friends as she is set to graduate this week. Palesa Shabangu has been hard at work and her bigger picture was obtaining a degree in Bachelor of Science from the University of Limpopo.
Going by the name of @PalesaShabangu on Twitter, the digital content creator has posted a screenshot image of details confirming the graduation ceremony where she will be honoured as a doctor.
According to the image, the monumental event will be held virtually and she has been invited for the 10:00 ceremony on Wednesday, April 28.
Many of her followers have just said nothing but congratulating her for working extremely hard and her dreams are now going to be a reality.
“Congratulations. However, you make it sound like "Wednesday" it's a place...Lol.”
“Congratulations to you. This degree showed me flames.”
“Congratulations Palesa, ECP as in Emergency Care Practitioner?”
"Congratulations Palesa sisi."
“Congratulations Palesa. Stay winning.”
Documenting one story of another woman, Briefly News reported that a lady had jumped on the bandwagon and joined the rest of Mzansi's graduates.
Taking to Twitter, @Mcloopz_ shared an inspirational post about becoming a graduate. 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.
The social media 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.
In a similar inspirational Briefly News reports, Justin Edie Ebulley, a Ghanaian young man who grew up in a home that did not have both parents together, has been able to make it to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a first-class pass.
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