Lerato Mvelase

Back to school for the actress

 took to her Instagram page and posted a picture with a very long caption. She wrote that she took a decade to finish her degree in Communications; the degree takes four years to complete. Now that she has accomplished that, she decided to go back to college after years of trial and error. It seems that the making education more fashionable trend is going around celebville. Industry peers and fans congratulated the actress and presenter.

Course and institution

She’ll be studying towards a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management at Regency’s Business School. Regency’s Business School is based in Sandton. Her course fees for the year are precisely R 49,000, excluding registration fees. Her new school offers an array of qualifications for potential future prospective students, but it’s very pricey.

Congratulations on the comment section

Many fans and industry peers took to her comment section to congratulate her on the move. In the caption, she mentioned that a parent needed to see this. Many parents commented that they’re motivated. People generally find it difficult to go back to school after having children due to time, but Lerato showed them it’s possible.

Lerato’s career in television

made her acting debut in the early 2000s. She played one of the lead roles on the award-winning show Home Affairs. Her acting on the drama series gave her more acting opportunities in the industry. When she decided to spread her wings, she also became a television presenter for various shows. Lerato presented the show Imvelo which shed light on traditional beliefs, and it was close to her heart, as she is also a traditional healer in real life.

Other celebrities that are back at school

Siya Kolisi announced early in the year that his wife Rachel Kolisi would be returning to school this year. Oskido announced that he’s enrolled on a Project Management course at the University of Pretoria. has also registered and is looking forward to studying. Hopefully, more celebrities will join in on the trend.