- South African businesswoman and philanthropist Shauwn Mkhize was awarded an honorary doctorate in Philosophy from Good Shepherd College
- MaMkhize let her fans and followers in on all the juicy deets as she shared everything from before the ceremony until the after-party dinner celebration
- South Africans are beyond proud of the television personality as she continues in her efforts to do good wherever she can
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Businesswoman Shauwn 'MaMkhize' Mkhize recently bagged her Doctorate of Philosophy degree from Good Shepherd College. Over the weekend, the media personality treated her 1.8 million Instagram followers to a series of posts about her graduation.
The honorary doctorate recipient revealed that her sister Nozipho Ngubo also bagged a doctorate qualification. Mkhize shared numerous snaps of herself and her sister in their graduation gowns as they attended the in-person ceremony.
After the ceremony, MaMkhize, along with her family and friends, shared a celebratory dinner. The end of the caption on the post she shared about her new doctorate read:
"It’s official, you can now address me as Dr President Shauwn Mkhize."
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Take a look at her post about the graduation below:
"Woooow, what an awesome day. Glory be to God who kept His promises."
"I am so proud of you girl... Dr President."
"Ladies with ama PhD… Halala."
Below are the snaps from the celebratory dinner:
"What a blessing."
"Blessings and congratulations."
"Congratulations on the achievement."
Socialite Shauwn Mkhize returns with more tax advice for SA: 'Responsible citizenship'
Briefly News previously reported on the ambassador of soft life in SA after she refused to let up as she continues on her inspirational trajectory on Instagram, and her celebrity fans, and others less celebrated, are taking it all in.
Heading online recently, the Royal AM FC club owner encouraged citizens to exercise responsible citizenry regarding their tax affairs. She said compliance was an important component in becoming upstanding. She wrote:
"No matter who you are, the basis of tax remains the same – it's about RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP. It's on each of us to play an active role in always ensuring we are compliant with the tax laws of the land."
Source: Briefly News