- Kamohelo Mohlauli's short and simple story of becoming a chemical engineer was recently shared on social media
- The young man posed magically clad in his graduation gear as Varsity World shared the news on Facebook
- South African Facebook users showered the young man with congratulatory messages filled with pride
Kamohelo Mohlauli is making big moves in South Africa. The young man recently bagged his B.Eng Chemical Engineering qualification. The student's story was shared on the popular Facebook group, Varsity World.
Varsity World shares some amazing stories of South Africans who achieved their dreams in terms of education. Kamohelo's short but simple story has put smiles on the faces of many Facebook users.
Briefly News took to social media where comments of love and positivity were flowing for the young Kamohelo.
Take a look at the post by Varsity World below:
Briefly News compiled a few of the comments left under the post. Read some of them below:
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States Congratulations Kamohelo Mohlauli in obtaining your BSc in Chemical Engineering. Your on the path to becoming a Global STEM Leader! The sky is the limit!"
Sizwe Ndweni wrote:
"You look like Kendrick Lamar. Congratulations."
Sandile Royal Mpisane commented:
"Dankie grootman. Count me in few years to come."
Tumelo Wordsworth added:
"Welcome to the wonderful world of chemical engineering."
Previously, Briefly News reported on Mandilakhe Valela who recently became a graduate from Rhodes University and while this was a proud moment for him indeed, what made it extra special was the fact that he had finally honoured his late dad who had always dreamed of watching his son walk across a stage as a graduate.
Valela, unfortunately, lost his dad Mlamli Valela to Covid-19 in 2020 just after he had started writing his exams. Naturally, the loss of his dad came as a huge shock, but Mandilakhe soldiered on with the goal of making his father proud in mind.
In an interview with Rhodes University, Mandilakhe describes his dad as a supportive educationalist who had had his back since he first started his journey as a student.
The firm support system became evident in his life as he soon became the recipient of many awards prior to becoming a proud graduate.
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