Child Prodigy, Dimpho Gosenyang is best of the best

Dimpho Gosenyang. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Dimpho Gosenyang. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

She was supposed to be doing Form 5 this year, but because she was simply too good for words, she wrote her Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Examinations (BGCSE) in 2014 and not a year later.

Seventeen-year-old Dimpho ‘Mme’ Gosenyang was in the thick of things at Naledi Senior Secondary School in Gaborone as she sat for the examinations with other candidates, most of who were a year her senior.

Not surprisingly, the brain that did not do Standard 7 was gifted enough to be crowned the overall best 2014 BGSCE performer. The Sirius star could not wait to glow next year when the 2015 results are published. It seems its glow could not wait to radiate.

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