- A stunning lady has shared her amazing accomplishments through the Twitter trend "How it started vs how it's going"
- Nondumiso Mthembu uses the handle @pretty_hun_ and shared an article she was featured in when she represented SA in London for a Science expo
- The second image she shared was of her at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London
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A stunning young lady with the Twitter handle @pretty_hun_ (Nondumiso Mthembu) has shared her many passions and talents on the social networking site. Nondumiso shared an article about herself from 2015 when she represented South Africa at the International Youth Science Expo in London.
The second image she shared is a more recent one of her posing outside the Royal Academy of Engineering in London. She shared the images as part of the "how it started vs how it's going " trend on Twitter.
A follower with the handle @Sidunane asked her if she was doing both engineering and law. Nondumiso responded to his tweet with: "Studying law, doing engineering and innovation on the side."
Take a look at her full tweet below:
This was her response to the person who asked her what she was doing:
Here's what some other tweeps had to say to the inspirational young lady:
"Black girl winning. Congrats!"
"This is the best tweet I have ever seen, congratulations!"
In similar news, YEN.com.gh reported on a brilliant SA lady who graduated after passing matric with seven distinctions. A beautiful black South African woman, @vuyisipho, just took the "How it started vs how it ended" challenge to new heights.
This comes after her challenge included a picture of her matric certificate and a picture of her degree. What makes her the challenge winner is the fact that she had received seven distinctions on her matric certificate - that means a distinction for each and every subject.
Halala. She does not end her impressive streak there however as she goes on to share a picture of her degree, which is in actuarial science - talk about flexing. Twitter users who were left motivated, inspired and impressed took to the comments section to congratulate the brilliant young lady on her success.
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