Top Achiever: Mzansi Congratulates Eastern Cape Matric Awardee: “Well Done”

Top Achiever: Mzansi Congratulates Eastern Cape Matric Awardee: “Well Done”

  • A young woman represented the Eastern Cape province as the top matric achiever
  • The matriculant from JS Skenjana High School became a provincial awardee in the 2023/24 matric result awards
  • The online community reacted to the girl's achievement, with many beaming with pride
Mzansi beams with pride after a young woman became one of Eastern Cape's matric top achievers.
A young lady made Mzansi proud after she became an Eastern Cape's matric awardee. Images: @giftbozekana1/ TikTok, @ Katerina Holmes/ Pexels
Source: UGC

South Africa congratulated the Eastern Cape matric awardee. @giftbozekana1 took to his TikTok account to show off the young lady. Her name was not revealed. In the picture post, she presents a big beautiful smile in her uniform and bazer decorated with badges.

This comes after the Department of Education announced that matric results will be released on 18 January 2024. Social media was abuzz, with many matriculants learning their fate.

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An Eastern Cape matriculant represented the province as the top achiever.
A young Eastern Cape lady becomes one of the Province's matric awardees. Image: @giftbozekana1
Source: TikTok

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This story also comes at a moment when many people are going back to Grade 12 to improve their marks so they can study for the careers of their dreams.

The clip got over 29k likes, with many online users showering the girl with encouragement and congratulatory messages.

@selaelo168 said:

"Congratulations to her❤️"

@siyabongak029gmail.com shared:

"Congratulations "

@user1728072415956 commented:

"Well done teachers for routstanding work you've done to bring her where she is today. The sky is not the limit gal. Sijonge lukhulu kuwe.❤️❤️❤️"

@Lenhle@ wrote:

"Well done"

@userBusi said:

"All the best lala."

@Karabo Kaity wrote:

"May god and her ancestors protect her congratulations are in order."

@dudeoola shared:

"I knew this school way back hayi jonga hayi hayi Mona phantsi I am from p.e and zange ndaya e transkai bt siyaziwa ✔️ "

@Faith virtue commented:

"There's hope, the future is BRIGHT CONGRATULATIONS BABY GIRL"

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@Lushcorate wrote:

"Congratulations bbe gal. May good God continue to bless you all the way"

Eastern Cape top achiever flies to DBE Ministerial results release ceremony

In another story, Briefly News reported about one of South Africa's top achievers flying to the Department of Basic Education Ministerial matric results release ceremony.

In a TikTok video, Nomfundo shared a glimpse of the exciting journey of being invited and flown to the prestigious event. According to the Department of Basic Education, Minister Angie Motshekga announced the results of the 2023 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations at the Mosaïek Church in Randburg on 18 January 2024.

Source: Briefly News

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