- Another beautiful young woman has become an attorney of the High Court of South Africa and is super proud
- Heading to Twitter, the young woman shared the amazing news with her followers by sharing pics of herself standing in front of the Pretoria High Court
- Social media users just loved to see it as many of them quickly headed to the comment section to congratulate the young woman on her success
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Young Africans are slowly reshaping various workspaces as they continue to not only infiltrate but dominate. Another bright young woman with the Twitter handle @neomadiba_ is one of them.
The young woman recently headed online to share the exciting news of herself being admitted as an attorney of the High Court. Her post included a bunch of stunning pictures of herself in front of the Pretoria High Court.
"Today, I took an oath and became a duly admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa.Woman judge. My hard work and dedication is paying off. All praises to the Most High. His mercy never fails to locate me," she captioned the heartwarming post.
Meanwhile, many people were soon taking the time to congratulate the young woman. Read a few of their comments below:
"Please be one of the good and efficient ones who give their best to service their clients."
"Congratulations are in order."
"Congratulations Neo, yessss whoop whoop this is wonderful, well done yesss."
"Congratulations. You have made it so far. Now the real journey begins. I wish you all the best in this honourable profession."
And in more awe-inspiring news, 25-year-old Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brylon Petersen bagged a degree in BSc Engineering (mechanical) from Wits. Petersen received a personalised congratulatory message from Chiefs on Twitter.
It seems as though Amakhosi had some sort of hand in helping Petersen achieving his dream. Petersen shared a response to Chiefs on Twitter stating that he was grateful for the club for giving him the opportunity to expand his knowledge.
Football fans felt a sense of pride wash over them as they congratulated the young man on his educational feat.
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