- New doctor Asiphe Juleka took to Instagram to tell peeps she had just completed her first week of work at Tygerberg Medical Campus
- Social media users were overwhelmed with pride for the young woman who vowed to live 2020 with intention
- Peeps were quick to write messages of congratulations on Juleka's post leaving the young woman bursting with encouragement and support
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A medical student from Cape Town has gone onto social media to tell peeps about her first week as a doctor.
Asiphe Juleka completed her first week of work at Tygerberg Medical Campus.
Digital creator, medical student, and content creator @blackgirlmed posted several colourful snaps of her in her doctor’s scrubs.
Instagram users were delighted for the young doctor and applauded her academic milestone.
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Juleka captioned the pics:
“Here’s to a soft 2022 here’s to a happy 2022 here’s to a peaceful 2022 here’s to black excellence in 2022 here’s to me in 2022.”
Juleka added that this year she was going to take things slow; be intentional with her energy and tackle one milestone at a time.
Her Instagram followers lapped up her pearls of wisdom.
“They grow up so fast.”
“Such beautiful scrubs.”
“Wow girl you look absolutely amazing.”
“Wishing you all the best with the new year of medical school sweets. We absolutely cannot wait for the content for 2022 #blackgirlmed.”
“I love the colour. All the best for this year.”
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Previously Briefly News wrote about 21-year-old Decent Mkhombo who became South Africa's youngest qualified doctor after he graduated with his medical degree from the University of Limpopo .
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The bright young man showed academic excellence from a young age, so much so that he skipped some grades and was allowed to enrol at the medical school at 15.
Decent was among 47 young medical doctors who took their oaths at the university after completing their degrees on Wednesday, 15 December.
“This is because in medicine, your mental health is tested because you come face to face with the reality of death every day.
But I’m delighted that I’ve finally completed my degree.”
Source: Briefly News