- A young woman, Cayle Zulu has made South Africa proud after she managed to pass her university course with 21 distinctions
- The picture of her posing proudly in a stunning gold dress complete with honor cord around her shoulders was shared by Twitter user, @Kgomo389
- Her post received thousands of reactions from other South Africans who were extremely proud of her honorable achievement
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Going to varsity is a dream for many. Unfortunately, it is still considered a luxury for many South Africans, particularly in black communities. This is the reason behind why, whenever a young black person is able to do so, there is cause for celebration.
And a celebration was indeed had for a young black woman who not only went to university and completed her course, she did so while getting 21 distinctions. Talk about black excellence.
Cayle Zulu was praised on Twitter left, right, and center after the picture of her wearing her graduation cords around her shoulders was shared by @Kgomo389. Tweeps were very proud of her achievement and made sure to let her know.
See the tweet below.
While most tweeps simply congratulated her, others shared career advice and encouraged her to keep up the great work. Read some of their comments below.
"Genius, black child, it’s possible."
"Very intelligent, I am happy for her."
While @FighterKamza said:
"Then you have cowards who come rape and kill these for ever hard working women, guys lets us normalise treating our women nicely so because without them we are nothing as men."
In another story, Ben Dotse Malor, a former presidential staffer in the John Mahama regime, has paid a visit to Sister Yaavi, a woman who provided assistance to him while he was a student at the University of Ghana.
In a post on social media, Molor revealed that Sister Yaavi and her younger sister Ameyo, often gave him some free food, without him asking.
At the time on Legon campus, Malor was without food on many occasions, simply because there was little or no money. ''I even started to convince myself that I studied best on an empty stomach,'' he said.
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