- A matriculant from the Class of 2021 named Damon Harmse did his family and Mzansi proud after achieving seven distinctions
- Damon received a whopping R10 000 from Standard Bank for his outstanding marks, which included 94% for IT
- Damon's cousin shared pics of his achievement on Twitter and peeps are beyond excited for the young man's future
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Damon Harmse received a massive R10 000 for getting an impressive seven distinctions. The teenager posed for images that were shared on Twitter by his cousin. It seems the brainy young man received money from Standard Bank as a prize.
Social media users are showering young Damon with congratulatory messages for his absolutely outstanding achievement. Damon's highest mark, according to his matric results certificate, was 94% for Information Technology.
Damon's overall average works out to 88%, with his lowest mark being a massive 81% for Physical Sciences.
Damon's cousin's post gained over 500 likes:
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Social media users congratulate the young man on his hard work
"Congratulations to your cousin."
"Congratulations to him."
"He swept them all."
Parents buy sons luxury R800k BMWs for passing matric, South Africa dumbfounded
In other news about fancy matric gifts, Briefly News previously reported that a post on social media about two brothers who finished matric and received luxury gifts has gone viral. Originally shared by Edward Makwana on Instagram, the post shows the Sissou brothers posing with their BMW M135is.
One brother was gifted a white version of the car while the other received a blue M135i. A quick search online shows that magnificent German cars' starting price is around R800 000. That's quite a hefty gift for teenagers, an opinion shared many South Africans.
Ndaedzo Nethonzhe posted a screenshot of the story on Twitter and locals are in absolute shock. The matriculants' congratulatory gifts are something many can only dream of affording but there were tons of comments that applauded the boys' parents for prioritising their kids.
Mzansi can't believe matric girl allegedly drove to school in Porsche: “No ways, South Africans are rich-rich”
In other news about teens and their lux vehicles, Briefly News previously reported that many Mzansi learners marked the register of their first day back at school for 2022 on Wednesday, 12 January.
One girl entered her matric year in style after she posted videos of herself arriving in a Porsche and dripping in luxury. The girl, identified as Luyanda Mhlalukwana (@yanda.woods), took to social media to share how she arrived on her first day of Grade 12.
In the videos, she is seen dressed in her uniform driving a Porsche before she goes on to show off her Christian Dior book bag and her essential Louis Vuitton sunglasses.
Source: Briefly News