- Celeste Khumalo bagged her second MBA in Europe with a focus on luxury brands and management
- This is the actress and entrepreneur's second MBA after qualifying with her first one back in 2020
- Celeste also had 2 beauty businesses in 2015 and 2016, but closed them down to get her qualifications and focus on her self-improvement
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Celeste Khumalo has bagged her second MBA. The South African actress celebrated her achievement on Twitter, showing off her new qualification in a glamorous room.
The MBA is based on Luxury Brand Management, and the graduate also has a certificate in Luxury Design Management.
Both qualifications are from Paris, with the certificate also being from Florence.
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The graduate tweeted while standing in front of gold-lined walls:
"Another MBA in the bag."
The stylish outfit also represents her goals and desires. The Luxury Brand enthusiast previously launched two nail bars in 2015 and 2016. She then closed down both of these businesses to pursue an MBA.
The multi-talented woman is also an actor, she plays Bulelwa on the popular South African TV show, Generations: The Legacy as well as the role of Linda on the hit show The Queen.
Many South African fans celebrated her wonderful accomplishment with her
User @Fragiie_Millz complimented @celestekhu's scandal-free ways by saying:
"Fav yam. No scandals or beefs."
Another user by the name @MerlinPeters4 said:
"Congrats to you Miss Khumalo. Very proud of you. Keep on looking very amazing and stunning."
Some verified accounts have also joined in on the praise, with @TebogoDitshego saying
And @WayneH__ saying
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Source: Briefly News