Limpopo Stunner Celebrates Bagging 2nd Qualification at Just 22 Years Old, Leaves Mzansi Impressed

Limpopo Stunner Celebrates Bagging 2nd Qualification at Just 22 Years Old, Leaves Mzansi Impressed

  • An educated stunner, Maite Nicolet Sape, took to social media to share her most recent academic achievement
  • The proud University of Limpopo alumni recently bagged her Honours in arts for English studies at just 22 years old
  • She also has a BA degree in languages and translation studies and a postgraduate certificate in education

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A young woman has accomplished a great feat with even greater results. University of Limpopo graduate Maite Nicolet Sape took to social media to share on bagging her latest qualification.

Maite shared a post on LinkedIn revealing a photo of herself in her graduation attire as she collected her second academic belt.

Limpopo, Stunner, 2nd Qualification, 22 Years of Age, Mzansi
University of Limpopo graduate Maite Nicolet Sape was "honoured" in her education journey. Image: Maite Nicolet Sape/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

The young woman possesses a BA degree in languages and translation studies degree, a postgraduate certificate in education, and most recently acquired her honours in arts for English studies.

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She has done commendably well for herself at a young age. Maite captioned her LinkedIn post:

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“2 qualifications at 22 years of age!”

South African online users flooded her post with congratulations in light of the great milestone:

tsepang sejake responded:

“Congratulations dearest.”

Lerato Seroka said:

“Congratulations.”

Sitle Dlumbi reacted:

“Lovely.”

George Gontse Mokwena remarked:

“Wow amazing, congrats.”

Woman becomes 1st person in family to graduate despite impoverished background

In a separate story, Briefly News previously reported that a young woman became the pride and joy of her loved ones after securing her Bachelor of Arts degree and becoming the first person to graduate in her family.

Rethabile Ramaota’s inspiring story was shared on the Varsity World Facebook page, where she disclosed that she had initially decided against attending her graduation ceremony this year until she realised how much celebrating the special moment meant to her family. Rethabile said in the post:

"As the first university graduate in my family, they are super proud of me and it would’ve been selfish of me to decide I won’t get on the stage and give them the full experience. I had always promised my grandma that when I graduate I’ll buy her first flight ticket and she’d come to see me graduate in Cape Town. How I almost lost her last year to a stroke made this more urgent as broke as I was, I made a way.

Source: Briefly News

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