- Sindile Shabangu could not be more excited to share the news that she has officially completed her degree
- The young lady also happily shared that she could now add the prefix 'Dr' to her name
- Sindile ignited a feeling of pride in the hearts of many South Africans who congratulated her in her replies
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A stunning young graduate by the name of Sindile Shabangu excitedly shared her accomplishment online. After six years of studying and writing exams, Sindile finally got her degree.
She also excitedly shared that she can now add the "Dr" prefix to her name. Dr Shabangu shared four images online. Three images of herself and one of her new scrubs, name badge and stethoscope.
The young graduate received a crazy amount of love and support from proud South Africans.
Take a look at her inspiring post below:
Below are just a few of the congratulatory messages the young doctor received:
"Congratulations Dr Shabangu. Can I come in for some examination, on the house?!"
"Congrats Dr Shabangu, I am super proud of you. You will be a great doctor."
"Congrats, please treat all your patients with care and humility and God will reward you abundantly."
"Congratulations Dr Shabangu! You're beautiful and you are going to be the best Doctor. May you flourish. #DrShabangu #DrSindiletheGraduate."
@thobile_dlalisa responded with:
"I love to see it!!!!! Congratulations Dokotela!!!!!"
@mphom416 quote tweeted with:
"Please put "Doctor" in your handle cos we know it's real. Congratulations."
It was recently reported on a doctor who shared her trials and tribulations. Dr Lerato Madike took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share her story of how she left school, never believing that someone of her background could ever become a doctor.
Yet, at the age of 29, she has had an incredible experience, a journey where she went from strength to strength. She matriculated in 2008 and pursued a diploma in Biotechnology, then went on to graduate Laude with a Bachelor Degree in Technology.
She didn't stop there and completed a Master's Degree. Taking things further she travelled to America where she attended the Colorado State University to complete her studies in Bioengineering and Material Engineering.
Finally, she completed her PhD in just 20 months and has published articles and presented research at local and international conferences.
"Jean Mensah keeps changing the results like a mother changing pampers" - Sammy Gyamfi| #Yencomgh
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