Young African Woman bags PhD in Applied Chemistry at University of Johannesburg, celebrates achievements
A young African woman named Busisiwe Nokalika has achieved the feat of earning her Ph.D. in Applied chemistry at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.
Busisiwe Nokalika accomplished the remarkable achievement of attaining the highest academic qualification. She bagged her doctorate degree in Applied Chemistry at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.
Busisiwe also holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree, she bagged her bachelor of technology degree in Analytical Chemistry at the Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria South Africa.
She moved on to earn a master’s in pharmaceutical sciences at the same Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, and at the same time worked as a post-graduate student.
Busisiwe shared her achievement of becoming a Doctor of chemistry on her LinkedIn page with beautiful pictures from her graduation. She mentioned that she has always wanted to own the title of an academic doctor and she is glad to have worked towards it.
”Dr. Zwane, I always wanted this title, no sobby story.
I just worked hard towards this achievement with the help of our Almighty. I wouldn’t have survived this journey less traveled if it wasn’t for Him,” she said.
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In another story, a young lady named Boitumelo Nthwane had bagged a doctorate degree from the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. She is the first person in her family to earn both a bachelor’s and doctorate degrees.
Celebrating her achievement, Dr. Boitumelo Nthwane shared a post on her Facebook to thank God and the University of Johannesburg for paving the way for her. Read more about Bioitumelo HERE.