Woman Bags Honours While Working Full Time and Homeschooling Kids: “Incredibly Inspirational”

Woman Bags Honours While Working Full Time and Homeschooling Kids: “Incredibly Inspirational”

  • Financial journalist Naledi Ngcobo revealed that she successfully earned an Honours degree from Wits University
  • Ngcobo shared that while studying she got married, started a family, worked a full-time job and homeschooled her two sons
  • Her never give up attitude has inspired tons of South African cyber citizens who could not be more impressed by her accomplishment

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SABC specialist reporter Naledi Ngcobo recently bagged her Honours degree from Wits University and shared the news online. According to Ngcobo, she got married and started a family while attending classes and working a full-time job.

Ngcobo works as a financial journalist but also homeschools her two sons. She stated that she navigated the Covid-19 pandemic and although it seemed like a daunting task, she managed to bag that degree.

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Ngcobo shared a breathtaking graduation photo to accompany the post about the battles she's overcome since she started her journey. Her inspirational story has served as motivation for many South Africans.

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Naledi Ngcobo successfully bagged her Honours degree from Wits while juggling a family and full-time job. Image: @NalediJ
Source: Twitter

Ngcobo's motivational social media post gained over 8 000 likes on the bluebird app:

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Netizens have been showering Ngcobo with congratulatory messages

@Maphumzela said:

"Was scrolling down then boom the gorgeous Naledi after such a long time. Wow. I’m soo happy and proud of you."

@swelihle110310 shared:

"Oh wow. Raising a family and studying is by far the hardest, if you made it believe me you can go through anything. Congratulations."

@nokuthulavezi_ wrote:

"You’re a champ! Well done mama."

@KabiniTshepo responded with:

"Incredible! Thank you for inspiring Mzansi. Naledi, you epitomise the African possibilities - not just dreams."

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@itchybyte tweeted:

"Congratulations! That is a very tough course to be juggling with other responsibilities."

@Mvusowekhaya2 added:

"You are so so so blessed, congratulations."

Lass over the moon after receiving Master of Science 'piece of paper', Mzansi gushes

In more news about beauties with brains, Briefly News previously reported that locals rained down the plaudits on a visionary lass after she made an ascent on the highest cloud following the arrival of her most highly-anticipated package to date.

Heading to the timeline, the excited Twitter user @tebogomoremadi shared the scintillating news of the delivery of the prized possession with her 1 400 expectant followers on the social networking service.

The Wits University Bachelor of Science Honours in Applied Mathematics and Bachelor of Science Honours in Astrophysics & Space Science alumna could not contain her excitement – which rubbed off on other Twitter users – thanks to the realisation of her dream.

Source: Briefly News

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