- 19-year-old Mahlatse Lebelo bagged her BCom Account degree from the University of Johannesburg with an average of 73%
- The young lady shared her stunning achievement on Twitter in celebration of bagging over 10 distinctions
- Peeps could not wait to congratulate her on her hard work and shared lovely comments with her under her post
A young South African woman has wowed Mzansi after she graduated from the University of Johannesburg with a BCom in Accounting. At the surprising age of 19, Mahlatse Lebelo crushed her finals with 10 distinctions and an overall average of 73%.
The impressive young lady shared the good news on her Twitter page. Excitement resonated from the post as Lebelo found herself in an entire mood, and Mzansi soon joined her.
"10+ distinctions later, at 19 years old with an overall average of 73%. I am a BCom Accounting graduate. Thank you Lord!"
To the amazement of those around her, Lebelo still finds the time and energy to work not only as a radio host but also as a business owner in the food sector.
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Check her viral post out below:
Read some of the responses she received below:
"I am proud of you mahn."
"You did that. Congratulations Mama."
@priveracc responded with:
"Congratulations. May you teach me?"
"Congratulations kiddo, we as the black nation are proud of you."
"Many congratulations to you."
"MASSIVE congratulations. Only hard work that pays off. Well-done sisi"
Halala! Young lady scores honours degree after receiving a bursary, inspires Mzansi
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported that a young woman took to social media to share her academic accolades with her fellow social media users. The 23-year-old lady who goes by the Twitter handle @__lesedinkosi posted two screenshots that are the cause of her celebration.
The first screenshot shows official communication that her degree has been granted by the University of Johannesburg. The woman has obtained a degree in BCom Honours in Economics.
The second image was an email confirmation for a bursary to study to continue her honours degree that she seemingly received the previous year.
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