Stunning woman bags Honour's degree with distinctions; inspires world

Stunning woman bags Honour's degree with distinctions; inspires world

- A beautiful young woman, who was only identified as @GeegeeSays, gushed about her academic success online

- @GeegeeSays revealed that she obtained her Honour's degree with three distinctions

- Her post received over 10 200 likes and South Africans applauded @GeegeeSays on her achievement

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South African women are beautiful and educated! A young lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @GeegeeSays, took to the social media platform to gush about landing another degree.

In 2019, the flawless lady secured her bachelor's degree and now, just a year later, she is the proud owner of an Honour's degree.

Not only did @GeegeeSays graduate with an Honour's degree, but she managed to do it with distinctions.

Taking to Twitter, the gorgeous lady wrote:

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"Honours Degree obtained with three distinctions, I really did that."

Take a look at the post below:

Stunning woman bags Honour's degree with distinctions, inspires Mzansi
A local young lady inspired thousands of South Africans after revealing she obtained her Honour's degree with distinctions. Photo: @GeegeeSays / Twitter.
Source: UGC

The tweet quickly gathered over 10 200 likes and South Africans were inspired.

Twitter user, @PSYBORG79769563, commented:

"It's time for you to make money now dear! Your mind deserves it, your power longs for proper reimbursement!"

Another tweep, @Mphilis_Sithole, said:

"I always knew that you're brilliant even though I don't know you. I just know that determined black children never blunder."

Social media user, @__Mhlomi, wrote:

"You are definitely the girl you think you are. Congratulations sweetheart."

Meanwhile, earlier reported on another inspiring young woman. A South African lady, Anathi Sokhetye from a small village in the Eastern Cape called Matatiale, has made South Africa very proud after she recently jetted off to Hungary in Europe to pursue her Master's in Business Development.

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This comes after she received a scholarship. The scholarship was made possible by combined efforts from both the South African and Hungarian governments. They began the wonderful scholarship programme in 2017; this year, Anathi Sokhetye is the lucky recipient out of 101 other students who had applied to receive the scholarship.

Anathi will be finishing her Master's with the scholarship, which will cover her tuition, accommodation and will also give her a stipend and settling allowance. All her flight costs will also be covered.


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