A young and brilliant Lady from South Africa, Sbashle E. Ntuli has graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Economics and Finance, making her the first-ever person to achieve such a feat in her family.
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Sbashele E. Ntuli earned her degree from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa and made a lot of impact before graduating from the institution. She served as Deputy President of the Student Representative Council during her period of study.
Celebrating her achievement on LinkedIn, Sbashele posted a picture of her graduation, saying, “Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and Finance completed! First graduate in my family!”
Thousands of people from around the world congratulated her on her achievement, citing her determination to make her family proud. She commended her mother for supporting her dream to become a graduate.
” I am proud as the first ever graduate in my family, a coloured woman, and as a black child – a product of the poor and working class. Thank my mother,” she said.
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In another inspiring story, a 75-year-old grandmother named Notozi Jennifer Mgobozi achieved her lifelong dream of advancing her education after earning a Master’s degree from Walter Sisulu University, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Notozi Jennifer Mgobozi who earned her Bachelor’s degree in the 1960s narrated that she was advised by her brother-in-law, Philip Saluva, to become a teacher. Ever since she completed her Bachelor’s degree, her passion for teaching grew.
With her degree from the Tshiya College of Education, Jennifer Mgobozi joined several Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) that focus on Education. She speaks more than four languages and became more passionate about teaching languages. Click HERE to read more about Notozi Jennifer Mgobozi.