- A domestic worker from KwaZulu-Natal graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of South Africa
- The young woman shared the news of her graduating with a degree, which takes four years to complete
- Mzansi applauded the newly qualified teacher on such an outstanding achievement and praised her for studying and pushing for more
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In a remarkable display of dedication and resilience, a domestic worker from KwaZulu-Natal has defied all odds and successfully completed a teaching degree from the University of South Africa (UNISA).
Domestic worker reaches new heights with an education degree from UNISA
TikTok user @ndlazisammy has proven that dreams can be turned into reality with determination and hard work. In a video posted on social media, the domestic worker proudly displayed her invitation from UNISA for her graduation. Throughout her journey, she faced numerous challenges, including long work hours and limited resources. However, her passion for teaching and commitment to self-improvement propelled her forward.
Watch the video below:
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Mzansi reacts to domestic worker getting a degree in education
The young woman's momentous achievement not only symbolised personal success but also represented the power of education which can help transform people's lives. People from across Mzansi congratulated her for studying and completeing her degree.
Netizens flocked to the comment section and said:
@Batha masinga said:
@Queen Protea commented:
"And you have to work hard shame ukungena kulowamuzi obhalwe house of graduate congratulations dear."
@Phindile Buthelezi commented:
I'm in tears. Congratulations sthandwa Sam usebenzile."
"Yhoo, what a inspiration congratulations Sis."
@King Dingiswayo commented:
"You just gained a new follower my sister."
"Brave the new heights."
"Love this. Congratulations."
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