Rachel Kolisi shares hilarious back-to-school pic [photo]

Rachel Kolisi managed to capture the moods of mother’s everywhere as their children went back to school for the 2020 academic year on 15 January.

rachel kolisi shares hilarious back to school pic photo - Rachel Kolisi shares hilarious back-to-school pic [photo]

Rachel Kolisi recently showed her ‘sense of relief’ that school started in South Africa today by sharing a funny back-to-school photo. 

She and her husband, Springbok rugby captain Siya is going viral with their hilarious back-to-school picture. Rachel took to Instagram and Facebook to share the picture as Wednesday 15 January officially kick-starts the 2020 academic year for learners across the country.

“Swipe to see my inspo. Before you’ll ask about the pool/dam #FluidraSA and #ZodiacSouthAfrica have it covered,” she captioned the post.

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Photo: Facebook/ Rachel Kolisi

Rachel said that the picture was inspired by a post shared by American mom Jena Willingham in 2017. 

“With my 4-year-old starting this year, it’s the first time in 11 years I have been without a baby every second I am off of work,” she told Popsugar at the time. 

2020 Back to School pic 😅Swipe 👉🏼 to see my Inspo Before y'all ask about the pool/dam @fluidraSAflu and @ZodiacSouthAfrica have it covered.

Posted by Rachel Kolisi on Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Rachel’s post on Instagram and Facebook already clocked in over 20 000 likes combined, with mother’s everywhere absolutely loving the photo.

Also read: Back to school: South Africans recall hilarious #DayOneSchoolMemories

“You’re such a mood, I love it,” said one Instagram user. “This pic is EVERYTHING [sic],” said another.

“This is THE BEST POST for back to school I’ve seen,” user comments continued. “This is gold!”

Back to school 2020

It is reported that various MEC’s have been deployed to schools across the province to oversee the smooth running of the first day as part of the government’s back to school initiative. The MEC’s, according to the South African Government News Agency, is expected to assess conditions in each of the schools to which they are deployed, as well as consult with communities on education-related.

For the first time they will also asses Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres, as this function will now be the responsibility of the Department of Basic Education. 

Also read: Grade five learner launches new Menzi Primary school with epic performance

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