- A man, Jefferson Khumalo, shared an inspiring story online
- Khumalo posed for a photo with a car guard
- The Facebook user revealed that the guard is studying towards getting a PhD in political science
Last week, a man, Jefferson Khumalo, posted a snap of a security guard on Facebook. Khumalo revealed the guard holds a master's degree in political science.
Khumalo revealed in the post that the man is now studying towards a doctorate degree from the University of South Africa (Unisa).
The post read:
"This brother is my brother from another mother, born in DRC, staying in SA.
"He is a car guard in my neighbourhood complex. I have learned from him that he is holding his master's degree in political science.He is currently enrolled with UNISA for his PhD.
"Not every foreign-born is a drug dealer or a criminal, I am humbled by this man’s dream. #My South Africa the Land of Possibilities. #We are Staying."
Legit.ng had reported the story of Constance Matshidiso Lelaka who completed her doctorate studies in January and celebrated the achievement at her graduation day.
Legit.ng gathered that Lelaka used to work as a hotel cleaner and waitress before pursuing her dream of furthering her studies.
Twenty years ago, Lelaka served at tables and swept the floors of Sandton City’s Garden Court Hotel in South Africa. It was reported that the 43-year-old is now working as a social scientist researcher at the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute.
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