- A woman, Tumelo Malatji, has risen superbly to become among the newest Bachelor of Law with Honours degree graduates in Mzansi
- The @varsityworldSA Facebook page took to proudly sharing Tumelo Malatji's academic achievement in a short post
- Briefly News took a look at the reactions to the post as Saffas raised a glass to the graduate in some style
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A Mzansi woman has risen in superb fashion to become among the newest Bachelor of Law with Honours degree graduates.
The @varsityworldSA Facebook page, an online university magazine that focuses on celebrating academic excellence, took to proudly sharing the woman's academic achievement in a short post.
The post read:
"After months of waiting for my certificate, I finally got it today. Lord, you are good, you're powerful, and you're merciful. LLB(Hons) conferred – Tumelo Malatji."
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The abbreviation LLB comes from the Latin term 'Legum Baccalaureus' and means the Bachelor of Law.
The LLB degree provides students with a sound knowledge of the general principles of the legal system and an ability to use legal materials effectively.
It differs from a traditional three-year law degree course and is designed to be the most relevant and rounded degree in education. It helps students achieve a professional legal career.
Apart from the legal industry, this degree can also open the door to a career in journalism, HR, politics, finance, and many more.
Saffas share messages of congratulations
YEN.com.gh took a look at the reactions to the post as Saffas raised a glass to the graduate in some style.
@Pauline Aaron said:
"Congratulations beautiful, queen."
@Sizamkele Mpotulo wrote:
@Shale Malatji praised:
"Agee Noko o shomile."
@Sanelisiwe S'nele Maseko added:
"Congratulations, my sister."
@Kutlwano Matlala noted:
"Forward we go leadership. Proud of you."
Woman celebrates bagging engineering degree, Mzansi full of praise
In related news, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young female trailblazer is the toast of Mzansi on social media for her brilliant academic accomplishment.
Sharing an inspirational post that is sure to go down well with others in the field of academia, the @varsityworldSA page on Facebook recently highlighted a University of Johannesburg graduate.
The post read:
"'BEng Tech in Electrical Engineering, UJ Alumni – Mandy Dlamini'."
A photograph of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree holder, complete with a graduation gown, accompanied the post from the online university magazine, which focuses on celebrating academic excellence and empowering students.