ZAleb Graduations Of 2021

They Have Proved That Education Is Important

By  | Jun 29, 2021, 07:37 PM 

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Several celebrities shared their pictures graduating from different institutions this year. You would think that just because they are already famous and living their best lives maybe they do not need to go to school but they have proved otherwise.

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They have proven that education is important no matter what you have already achieved in your life.

Here are ZAlebs who graduated this year
  1. Thuthuka Mthembu
Uzalo star Thuthuka Mthembu graduated from AFDA, The School For The Creative Economy. She said being at AFDA taught her how to handle challenges.

She shared pictures of her big day on Instagram with a caption: “We finally graduated! MILESTONE COMPLETED. I feel so incredibly empowered. Like there’s nothing I cannot do. Which essentially is true, this degree affirms it! Being at AFDA has encouraged me to go head to head with some of my greatest challenges, and live to tell the tale. It’s been an incredible journey, I’m so much better because of it… Thank you all so much for your supportive words. Thank you all for your blessings!”

Millicent Mashile
TV personality and YouTuber Milly Mashile bagged her honours degree In April this year.

Sharing her graduations video on Instagram, Milly thanked her twin sister Skeem Saam star Inno Sadiki for her support.

She wrote: “An honours degree graduate. What a journey it has been. I’m grateful to God for his faithfulness in my life. It doesn’t matter how long it takes or when it happens, God’s timing is always perfect.” 

“Thank you Sisi @innosadiki for inspiring me even when I felt like an underachiever, you remind me how powerful and supernatural God has designed me to be,” said Millicent.

3. Ntobeko Sishi
Two months ago Gomora star Ntokozo Sishi tweeted that he is finally a graduate of the University of Cape town
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4. Mfundi Vundla
Generations: The Legacy boss Dr. Vundla Mfundi was honoured with a doctorate alongside jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim by the University Of Pretoria last month.

Dr. Vundla was awarded a doctorate honorary in Literature. He told Sowetan that it was great to be recognized for his job.

"Please don't call me Dr. Mfundi Vundla because people go to school and write a thesis before walking around calling themselves doctors. I have a bachelor of arts and master's degree and that is where it ended. I am being honoured for the contribution and the mark I made in society,

"It has been a long time coming. It is wonderful to be recognized for what you have done. I think I deserve it. I have done a lot to transform the industry in this country. I am one of the pioneers, especially in local content creation and television. I mean Generations and Backstage opened doors for local content and channels like Mzansi Magic. This thing started with me," he told the publication.
5. Khotso Nkhatho
The Central University of Technology honoured Dr, Khotso Nkhatho with a Doctorate in Communication and language Practice.

Announcing the Good news on Facebook, the institution wrote: "As a Free Stater by birth, Dr. Nkhatho is a great ambassador for our province. He is a qualified educator, which is what the CUT Faculty of Humanities strives to produce with students who enroll for further studies in education.

“As the University is currently revising its language policy, Dr. Nkhatho’s experience and knowledge of Sesotho and acting represent what the faculty strives to achieve.”

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