UCT Kgethi Phakeng VC Makes SA Proud and Supports Local Clothing Store

– The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town recently led by example and supported a local denim clothing store

– The clothing store, which goes by the name Tshepo, took to Twitter to share a photo of the VC in her new pair of jeans and T-shirt

– Impressed tweeps made their way to the comments section where they praised Phakeng for leading by example

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Due to the pandemic and now more than ever, South Africans need to support each other. The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Kgethi Phakeng, recently set an example and supported a South African brand.

Speaking to Twitter, South African clothing maker Tshepo shared a photo of the VC wearing her new combo of jeans and t-shirts, which she had just bought from the store. The brand describes itself as being committed to the development of denim through the promotion of Africanism and localization.

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“Today the UCT Vice Chancellor came over for a pair of jeans and of course our classic TSHEPO T-shirt,” they captioned the inspiring Twitter post.

Many Twitter users took to the comments section to share their thoughts on Phakeng’s inspiring actions. Read a few of them below.

@ bseoposengwe12 said:

“I love everything about you Prof … Humility embodied. Woooow, your speech on Litheca Women’s Day 2019 is etched in my heart. Now these jeans are for you.”

@tinhlavu said:

“We love that the Deputy Mother is a constant supporter of black excellence.”


“I expected her to wear the boyfriend jeans and tuck the t-shirt in with her Bob Martin. I love her advantage.”

UCT VC, Kgethi Phakeng leads by example and buys local
VC of UCT, Kgethi Phakeng proudly supports the local. Source: Twitter / TshepoJeans
Source: Twitter

In the same comfort Briefly.co.za news, Shymane Robinson, a high-performing intelligent black lawyer, has launched her own real estate and trademark law firm that helps transform black communities by helping investors accumulate, protect and transfer wealth.

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According to reports observed by Briefly.co.za to Blackbusiness.com, Shymane founded the law firm with her sister and her best friend. In an interview with the brilliant black lawyer, she mentioned that her motivation came from the negative energy that emanated from her teacher.

Shymane said the teacher once told her that she would have to choose between being a great lawyer or a mother, but that was something she could never do. However, due to her determination, Shymane Robinson indicated that at that time she decided to start the business of owning her business.

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