Went back to matric at 28, obtained a law degree at 43!
By Shashamelo | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 113 views
Robert Maposa(43) a husband and a father from Mamelodi East, Pretoria sought a better life for himself and his family. His heart warming story cultivated many south Africans because of his dedication and determination to succeed.
He decided to go back to matric at the age of 28 and passed. He furthered his studies at unisa, he became a gardener and did many odd jobs so that he could put himself through varsity which was not easy.
Against all odds Maposa did exceptionally well and graduated from unisa with a law degree with distinction which made his family to be very proud of him.
South Africans who were trully moved by his story stepped in and donated money towards a car for the amazing future provider, who is now job hunting.
Many locals left encouraging messages of support in the comment section.
Caz Lea said:
"Most inspiring story. Blown away by your commitment and dedication. Wish you nothing but all the success you deserve".
"You areon of those who buil a door when there is none to knock on. Well done!! Good luck!!".
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