- Another local beauty is shining brighter than a diamond as she recently bagged her PhD in Organic Chemistry
- Dr Tshifhiwa Ramabulana's achievement was shared on Facebook by the popular page Varsity World recently
- Her educational feat has inspired tons of social media users who showered her with congratulatory messages under the viral post
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Varsity World has celebrated yet another local brainiac. Dr Tshifhiwa Ramabulana recently bagged her PhD in Organic Chemistry. The local beauty looked beyond elegant in her graduation snap shared on the popular Facebook page.
To add to her educational triumph, Ramabulana is absolutely stunning. The post gained over 2 200 likes on the social networking platform and the congratulatory comments are flying in for her.
Take a look at the post below:
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All the post needed was that simple caption to catch the attention of various social media users who showered the young beauty with love and well wishes. Read some of the comments below:
Motlatso Sarah Diyala wrote:
"Wow, guys what keeps u motivated? I always ask myself how do you do it... I'm so impressed."
Nkosinathi Dladla shared:
"I respect one of the most difficult branches of chemistry. Congratulations."
Margaret Cronin-Buckels commented:
"Well done brains and beauty."
Zinhle Teka added:
"Brainiac. Well done Dokotela."
“Welcome to the red gown gang”: Accomplished woman celebrates bagging PhD, Mzansi is hyped
In similar news, Briefly News recently reported that Facebook page, Varsity World, announced that there's a new doctor in town. Dr Mammoloro Molly Malefo is now officially a PhD holder with a Doctor of philosophy biotechnology. Molly received her qualification from the University of Pretoria.
In a Facebook post, Varsity World said:
"Official the red gown gang!"- Dr. Mammoloro Molly Malefo, University of Pretoria, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Biotechnology
Messages of congratulations are well underway for the accomplished woman and Mzansi is full of praise.
Exclusive: SA woman bursts with pride after becoming the 1st person in her family to graduate
In another happy graduation story, Briefly News exclusively reported on Beatrice Moteoli. She is one young woman who has risen up above all odds and made both herself and her family super proud after she recently became the only member of the family to graduate and secure herself a tertiary education.
Moteoli says that most of her motivation came from the support of her family and friends, who always pushed her. According to the young woman, she could not have achieved this milestone if they did not believe in her.
"My family is an important part of my life and their belief in me makes me want to prove to myself that I can do anything and that everything is possible."