‘Just Amazing’: Former Engen Cashier Bags a Degree in Microbiology

‘Just Amazing’: Former Engen Cashier Bags a Degree in Microbiology

- A local woman has Mzansi impressed after graduating from university all while maintaining a full-time job at a local garage

- The beautiful graduate worked hard and used the money she earned to pay for school

- Mzansi social media users are definitely encouraged by the young woman and took to the comments section to share their thoughts

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

This Cinderella story has nothing to do with a fairy godmother and everything to do with the determination of one very bright young lady.

Puseletso Thoola, a former cashier at Engen Northridge, has just obtained her degree in Bsc Microbiology and Genetics. The petroleum company proudly shared the news on their official Facebook Page this week.

‘Just Amazing’: Former Engen Cashier Bags a Degree in Microbiology
This local woman's recent graduation glow up has Mzansi feeling motivated. Images: ENGEN Northridge/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Thoola had juggled the many challenges that come with a full-time job all while studying to achieve this amazing qualification. The beautiful graduate had put a portion of her salary aside each month to help pay for her studies.

Read also

"I welcome the title Dr": Man over the moon as he gets his Doctorate

Mzansi is definitely inspired by the hardworking young woman and took to the comments section to share in well-wishes for the graduate. Read some of their comments below:

Rika Du Preez:

"Wow!!! Congratulations on your wonderful achievement! Many blessings to you for your future endeavours."

Mag Marais:

"Congratulations. You are an inspiration to many"

Goitsemang Stuurman:

"Congratulations thank you so much for making it possible for yourself,very proud of you Puseletso good luck on your future endeavours I am inspired by your journey God bless"

Micaila Myburgh:

"Amazing!!! Truely inspiring. Well done lady, may your journey be blessed and your future beautiful. Wishing you all the best, you worked hard for it."

Ansa Lange:

"Inspiring story. Well done."

Mosa Motloung:

"Black girl magic. Congratulations Queen"

Lillo Masienyana:

"Well done baby girl but hold up!!! How come you never gave your own worker a bursary? It would have been more beautiful..anyway congratulations baby girl"

Read also

Should I send petrol cash or my location: SA reacts as lady buys whip

Regina Ntaye:

"You are the one. I hope all girls from disadvantaged families will have courage like you. Don't wait for someone to do good to you."

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls-South Africa High School (OWLAG) took to their official Facebook page to celebrate the inspiring dedication and hard work of OWLAG’s Class of 2012 Dr Lindiwe Tsope (PhD).

The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation was started to fund the OWLAG South Africa and aims to be a link between academy and tertiary institutions, give support to learners and discover bursaries to financially assist students in tertiary programmes.

Dr Tsope took to her personal Facebook to post a few adorable photos in celebration of her achievement with a heartwarming caption.

"Not how I envisioned celebrating my day but we wouldn't be graduates if we weren't adaptable right? Doctor of Philosophy graduand. #RUGrad2021 COVID style," she wrote.

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Online view pixel