- A stunning local woman, Pamela Sizani, has wowed Mzansi with the news of her information technology degree
- Popular student hub Varsity World took to sharing the news in a Facebook post that has since been liked more than 1k times
- Mzansi couldn't help wishing the beautiful young graduate well in the comments section and Briefly News took a look at some of our favourite responses
A local graduate is attributing all her success to the work of God. The flawless information technology graduate took to social media to share snaps from her beautiful graduation day.
In the pictures, Pamela Sizani sits poolside in her graduation attire with heels only a true goddess could pull off. With a pretty arrangement of flowers in hand, the student is absolutely beaming. She proudly captioned the post:
"God is the only reason I made it this far. A whole IT graduate. - Pamela Sizani, Nelson Mandela University."
Friends and followers were sure to wish the graduate well on her milstone achievement. Check out some of their comments:
"You really have too much story to tell ... I mean programming in your first or second year level. By the way, congratulations."
Lihle Mnguni Mpofana:
"Congratulations sisi, you deserve it."
"Congratulations young lady."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported a 12-year-old boy in the United States (US) has proved hard work pays as he is set to graduate from high school and college within the same week.
Wimmer from North Carolina reportedly used the Covid-19 pandemic period to take a few extra classes and, in the process, completed two years of high school and a two-year associate's degree, all within one year.
According to a report by CNN, the brilliant boy is set to graduate from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College on May 21, and thereafter Concord Academy High School on May 28. The young boy revealed it was not his plan to finish complete his studies earlier than expected, but he took the opportunity well when he realised he had the chance to do so.
Wimmer revealed he interacted well with his former classmates despite being younger than them.The intelligent boy said he wants to venture into robotics in future, given his love for technology.
The soon to be graduate said he gained his robotic knowledge online through some trial and error and also from online videos.
Through his first grasp of knowledge, Wimmer has launched his own start-up company named Reflect Social. The platform combines popular social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok, Facebook, YouTube and Twitch with the Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
The boy's parents said they were proud of their son's success at such a young age.
"If one door's locked, he'll find out another way around to figure out how to accomplish his goals," his mother Melissa Wimmer said.
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