- A young man studied hard to get a tertiary education, however, hasn’t been as lucky with getting a job
- Twitter user @Ndi_Muvenda_ now makes bricks to keep afloat but is not letting that stop him from reaching for the stars
- The unemployed graduate’s vibe left many feeling inspired and proud of his hustle and unwavering determination
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There are thousands of unemployed graduates in Mzansi. One young man has refused to let his situation define his future and knows there will be light at the end of the tunnel… eventually.
Having studied many long hours to get a qualification, it can be extremely demotivating to stay unemployed thereafter. While making bricks was not this man’s plan, he is making the most of it.
Twitter user @Ndi_Muvenda_ took to his timeline with a few snaps of his hustle. He might not be where he wants to be, however, that will not stop him from continuing to push. Nothing will break his stride, and we love it!
Picture of a gogo taking a break from shopping by the till has the people of Mzansi canning themselves
“We up getting ready for the day Giving yesterday bricks some water.
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“Being unemployed graduate won’t stop me from going after my dreams ❤️”
Mzansi peeps stand from their seats to clap for the young man
While he could have given up like so many do, he is out there making things happen and that goes a long way. The people of Mzansi love his vibe and pray goodness comes to him soon.
Take a look at some of the comments:
“Once did this job. Boom busy doing this got a call to come for an interview and the rest is history.”
“Go on and shinethings will work out.”
Inspiring young man graduates with 2nd degree, gives all the glory to his amazing family and SA loves it
Beauty and brains: Gorgeous Mzansi babe graduates, leaving people with jaws gaping and hands clapping
In other inspiring news, Briefly News reported that graduating with degree number two is a big deal. A young man gave this graduation to his family, to those who never got graduation and the ones who made it possible.
Getting a tertiary education for young people of colour in SA is something their parents and grandparents fought hard to make possible.
LinkedIn user Qiniso Phungula just graduated with his Honours Degree and beamed with pride. He did this for his family as they were the ones who made it possible.
Source: Briefly News