- A stunning graduate took to social media to share that she is now a two-time graduate of Tuks University
- Noluthando Mndiyata dedicated her latest accomplishment to her mother and shared images of herself
- Her post went viral in a matter of hours as South Africans shared tons of messages filled with love and encouragement
A breathtaking young lady has taken to social media to share the achievement of obtaining her Honours in science. Noluthando Mndiyata shared some images of herself with her qualification on Twitter.
The young lady dedicated her accomplishment to her mother, adding that she is a two-time Tuks graduate. Her post was just recently shared on the microblogging app and has already gained over 1 500 likes.
South Africans rushed to Noluthando's replies section to congratulate her on the momentous occasion.
Take a look at her post below:
Briefly News took to her response section to see what South Africans are saying:
"Congratulations are in order Madam. I like it like this."
"Congratulations babe, you look gorgeous!"
"Congratulations Amanda, you deserve it."
"Well done girlfriend."
"I am proud of you."
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Earlier, Briefly News reported on the South African lady who shared fantastic news with her followers who welcomed it with a true air of excitement.
The stunning @__Khuli is one of the hundreds of local students that have entered the country's field of educated professional but she to the achievement a step further by graduating cum laude - something she proudly shared in a post on Twitter along with some stunning snaps of herself looking all sorts of amazing.
"A cum laude graduate," she wrote excitedly in her post.
In similar Briefly News, it was truly a "halala" moment for a young South African-based Namibian woman who just opened her very own private practice. In a heartwarming online post, the young psychologist shared the exciting news with her followers.
Taking to Twitter, @PsycedelicHoe shared snaps of herself standing in her new offices which she had decorated beautifully with plants and some energy stones which she says will help her clients and herself cry "healing tears."
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