A beautiful and brilliant South African Lady, Zinhle Sibanyoni has graduated as a Software Developer from Damelin College in South Africa with 23 distinctions and a grade point average of 92.7%.
Zinhle Sibanyoni who celebrated her academic success on Linkedin shared a video of her father and mother decorating her on her graduation day.
Zinhle attended the Hoërskool F.H. Odendaal for her National Senior Certificate before proceeding to the Damelin College to study Information Technology, Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance.
In her words;
“I remember reading somewhere – “Education should be something that excites you!” And that is what 3 years of Information Technology was, just being excited about learning something new each day through amazing peers and professors. 📚”
“At the beginning of this transformational journey, to prevent me from falling into the trap of “Fear of missing out, ” I jotted down three goals that I wanted to achieve.
1. Impactful Career .
2. Strong conviction
3. Authentic friendships
“I feel overwhelmed and humbled as I step out of the gates of Damelin, having fulfilled my qualification.”
Still celebrating herself in another LinkedIn post, Zinhle revealed that she graduated with 22 distinctions and 15 academic awards.
“22 distinctions of 26 modules-15 academic awards, 4 certifications and average of 92,7% later.
“I am honored for being the recipient of the prestigious Dean and Merit list awards.” she added.
Her celebratory post received over 13,000 reactions. Below are a few comments:
Ike wrote: You’re a role model to those girls…on a coding training initiative by Vodacom…to introduce them to your world for 2mrw.
Justin wrote: impressive! with plus 90% I thought that would be Magna or Summa Cum Laude?
Anoop wrote: Congratulations on your awesome achievements. May you be blessed with success in all your endeavors. Well done
Etumnu wrote: Love this! Congratulations…you are just a complete package…beauty with brains.
Venita wrote: Congratulations! May you always achieve great things while changing lives, and leave places & people better than you found them.
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