Mzansi Celebs Parents Celebrate Matric Results

Mzansi’s celebrity parents are celebrating the results of their matriculant children this week. Some of Mzansi’s A-list celebrity parents are in a celebratory mode after their offspring emerged victoriously in the 2019 Matric results. The Independent Examination Board (IEB) results were released this week followed by the National Senior Certificate (NSC).

Nonhle Jali

The NSC matric class of 2019 have achieved a pass rate of 81.3% while the IEB attained 98.82%. Earlier this week anxiety, heart palpitations and consistent praying were the orders of the day as matriculants prayed to attain remarkable results in their exams. Uplifting and heartwarming moments have been making rounds on social media and it is beautiful to see how celebrities are beaming with pride following the release of the results. It is no secret that passing matric is a great milestone in life hence celebrating it means we are proud of the effort and hard work one has immensely put through.

Here are some of inspiring messages from Celeb parents who are on cloud nine after their children made them proud.

Nonhle Jali

Nonhle Jali, socialite and the wife of soccer star Andile Jali, also took to social media to congratulate her first-born daughter Aurèlie.

Nonhle Jali' baby girl

“Congratulations baby girl, I’m so proud of you. Showing off in the right department. 2020 we are coming for everything,” Jali captioned on Instagram.

Arthur Mafokate

Arthur Mafokate

Arthur Mafokate and Queen Sesoko’s daughter DJ Owami is also one of the successful pupils from the class of 2019. Arthur wrote” Congratulations MA Piano.

Carol Bouwer

Carol Bouwer also celebrated her son’s hard work when she wrote” Danté we are proud of you my angel. You have been such an incredible gift and while we have done everything in our power to shield and protect you, we now give you the wings to go and study and equip yourself for a service led and fulfilling life ahead.

Carol Bouwer

May every dream be met with purpose and passion and may God hold you in His palm at all times. We love you so much. Well done and well done to the entire matriculating class. We are proud of every effort. Congratulations to the class of 2019 and to all those who did not make it, it is not the end of the journey we get better in life everyday.

In other news – Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters is back in Mzansi

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has been based in the USA since winning Miss Universe in 2017, but she’s back in SA for a well-timed family visit.

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters

Judging from the pictures, she couldn’t be happier! Despite living far away from home, the 24-year-old from Sedgefield in the Western Cape has made it a point to visit her family in South Africa as often as possible. Read more

Source: Zalebs

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