Man who took part in Africa’s 1st traditional gay wedding submits PhD

Man who took part in Africa’s 1st traditional gay wedding submits PhD

- Cameron Modisane has submitted a PhD thesis after three years of research

- He shared the news on Twitter

- He's famous for being part of Africa's first traditional gay wedding

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The man who made headlines for being part of Africa's first traditional gay wedding is one step closer to earning a PhD.

Cameron Modisane announced on Twitter that he has finally submitted his PhD thesis after more than three years of research, Briefly.co.za learned. He wrote:

After 3 yrs & 2 months since I started this journey in pursuit of my PhD in Chartered Accountancy degree, it is done. My study promoter, Prof. Dr. JP Fouché CA (SA), CFP; has finally signed off my doctoral thesis. #ThesisSubmitted #MakingEducationFashionable #LGBTIQSlay.

Cameron famously married Thoba Sithole in a Zulu wedding in KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal, in 2013. Their marriage caused a stir in South Africa and across the world.

However, it ended in divorce in 2015 after an "irretrievable breakdown" of their relationship.

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Cameron's tweet went viral, garnering over 7,000 likes and 1,700 retweets. His followers congratulated him on completing the milestone.

See some of their reactions below.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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