Couple Shares Memorable Moment as Dr Husband Bestows Wife Her PhD Sash

Couple Shares Memorable Moment as Dr Husband Bestows Wife Her PhD Sash

- Dr Bronwyn Mthimunye and her husband recently shared a memorable moment as he honoured her with her PhD cords on stage

- Her husband, Dr Katlego Mthimunye, who also has a PhD, is a lecturer at the institution the young woman obtained her qualification at

- A clip shared online shows the two exchange a sweet kiss after he places the colours on her shoulders

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Varsity World recently shared a heartwarming and super inspirational video that shows a proud husband place his wife's PhD academic colours on her shoulders at her graduation ceremony. According to the caption, her husband is also a PhD holder and a lecturer at the institution.

Couple Share Memorable Moment as Dr Husband Honours Wife With Her PhD Cords
This couple inspired many locals. Image: Varsity World
Source: UGC
"Dr Bronwyn Mthimunye obtained her PhD in psychology from the University of Western Cape, it was a beautiful moment to see as her husband (Dr Katlego Mthimunye) who is a PhD holder and lecturer at the university was the one to hang the academic sash on her shoulders at the graduation ceremony," the post reads.

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Locals found that the clip was super inspiring and were soon sharing heartwarming messages of support and encouragement in the comment section:

Mmuelli Mosia said:

"Congratulations Dr... An educated nation is a winning nation."

Rochelle Brink said:

"Congratulations. Well done. Wow! So beautiful."

In other news, a local attorney has touched Mzansi with her heartfelt story about the difficult journey to success. She shared the inspirational tale in a lengthy Twitter thread.

Twitter user, @smoicles spent a big chunk of her life comparing her accomplishments to those of her peers, often feeling behind the pack. In her post, she shares she'd had struggles being accepted to a higher education institution and was working at a job she absolutely hated:

"2017 was a year straight from hell. What could’ve gone wrong went wrong. It took a year to have my admission application moved, I was working for a company that didn’t pay for 8 months. I was depressed and in debt," she writes.

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