Man congratulates big brothers for landing PhDs and SA salutes

Man congratulates big brothers for landing PhDs and SA salutes

- The story of two brothers achieving their PhD went viral via social media

- South Africans were amazed to learn that the two men acquired their degrees simultaneously

- Some also marvelled at the strong resemblance between the siblings

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Two brothers have made an impact via social media for their academic excellence.

It's not often that a family can boast having two siblings with a PhD.

The uncanny thing in this case was that the two brilliant minds achieved the feat at the same time.

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Joshua Sangara shared the remarkable news via the #ImStaying Facebook group and the post received a huge reaction.

Briefly.co.za gathered the response and many lauded the talented brothers.

Some were just as amazed by their uncanny resemblance.

Man congratulates big brothers for landing PhDs and SA salutes

Facebook: ImStaying
Source: Facebook

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Hazel Nuku expressed her admiration:

"Congrats big brother. I admire people that likes education."

Marita Swanepoel wished them well:

"Well done may your future be bright and full of endless opportunities."

Antjie van Deventer shared her astonishment:

"Two brothers achieving this on the same day! Your family must be as proud of you as all of us. This is amazing."

Elaine Osborn was blown away:

"Wow! That's fantastic Success and happiness to all your family."

In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on the inspirational story of Mafefe Moloko, who tutored high school learners while taking a gap year.

After initially charging R10, he later mentored free of charge and one of his students recently graduated from university.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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