Bongani Zungu's big brother graduates with Bachelor of Theology Honors

Bongani Zungu's big brother graduates with Bachelor of Theology Honors

- Bafana Bafana defender Bongani Zungu recently heaped praise on his older brother Zakhele

- Zakhele shared the wonderful news of his graduation with an Honours degree in Theology

- Bongani recently opened up about his struggles in France for club side Amiens SC

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Bafana Bafana defender Bongani Zungu took a little time out of his busy schedule to commend his older brother Zakhele via social media.

Bongani took pride in Zakhele's achievement as he graduated with an Honours degree in Theology.

The older Zungu brother also revealed his plans to pursue his post-grad studies in the near future.

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The wonderful news was shared via Twitter recently and Zakhele included some lovely family photos of the big day.

The Zungu clan came out in full force in support of Zakhele and he admitted that he was blown away by the support.

For Briefly.co.za, it was heartwarming to see Bongani enjoying the family moment, albeit via social media.

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Last week, the Amiens defender detailed some of the struggles within the Ligue 1 side.

Le Amienois reported that Bongani is remaining positive and convinced that the team can turn things around.

Bongani said, "The season is long, we still have a lot of time to come back. If we stay united, we will win matches."

Amiens currently sit near the relegation zone and Bongani has personally endured a frustrating season due to injuries.

In more uplifting news, Briefly.co.za previously celebrated Bongani's 27th birthday as we presented some interesting facts about the former Mamelodi Sundowns player.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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