Single mother of 4 College degree despite being a housekeeper

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  • Unexpectedly, a single mother who worked as a domestic worker graduated from the University of South Africa
  • Brave woman named Mponegele Jane Tlole graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Health and Social Care Sciences
  • According to her, she never knew she would be able to complete the task, given that she also has four children to feed while going to school.

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A single mother of four successfully graduated from college against all odds.

Mponegele Jane Tlole graduated with a degree in Health Sciences and Social Services from the University of South Africa.

Mponegele Jane Tlole said she pays her fees out of her salary. Photo credit: LinkedIn/Women of Power Africa.
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She is a domestic worker

According to the story that has been shared on LinkedIn by Women of Power Africa, Mponegele worked as a domestic worker while preparing for her degree.

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Sharing her experience, the woman said it was difficult, adding that she never knew she would get this far.

She repeatedly said that she and her children would go without food for a month and just eat from day to day.

His words :

“I’m so happy to have graduated because I never thought it would come to this, especially with the job I do as a housekeeper and having to take care of the children, pay the rent, buy food and pay Unisa with the small salary I earn.

Mponegele’s ultimate dream

Speaking about what inspired her to continue her education, she said it was the desire to provide a better life for her children.

She said:

“I have always wanted to provide a better life for my four children and so I made the decision to continue my studies without outside help other than some food donations from one of my three employers Adele.”

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On what she wants to be now that she has graduated, she said:

“I would like to work as an industrial psychologist, and my ultimate dream is to create a better life for my children and build them their own house.”

Mason becomes a doctor

In a related story, YEN.com.gh reported that a man who worked as a bricklayer later became a doctor.

The man named Ronald Olum shared his transformation story on social media, and it quickly gained traction.

In another interview, Ronald revealed that masonry was what he had been doing since childhood even before he went to school to study medicine.

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