Lady gushes about brother who is part of the Wuhan repatriation team

- A proud sister has shared the story of her heroic brother, Dr Ludrish Nganakani Shikwambani

- She revealed her medical physician brother is one of the members on the team tasked with bringing home South Africans from Wuhan

- South Africans applauded Dr Shikwambani's bravery online and hailed him a hero

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A woman, Antoinette Nkhensani Chauke, has gushed about her selfless and brave brother online. Chauke's brother is a medical doctor who is part of the team sent tot repatriate South Africans stuck in the coronavirus epicentre, Wuhan.

Her post read:

"My younger brother Dr Ludrish Nganakani Shikwambani is one of the team that went to repatriate our stranded South African brothers and sisters in Wuhan. This is more than just courage but a call greater than themselves, let's continue to pray and support these patriots."

Take a look at the post below:

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South Africans hailed Dr Shikwambani a hero and they applauded his bravery. Many social media users prayed for the doctor and the rest of the team's safe return.

Anne Jones commented:

"Our prayers go out to you brave men. God keep you safe in the rescuing of these people. Thank you and bless you."

Yvonne du Toit wrote:

"Real South African heroes! Wishing them all the best and praying for them all."

Sidudla Ntombela said:

"Thank you for the good deed. May God bless you abundantly for your selflessness."

Jancy Bester added:

"Please God protect and bring them all home safely."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on the pilot who has taken it upon himself to repatriate South Africans who are in the coronavirus epicentre of Wuhan.

Captain Vusi Khumalo is the commander of the Airbus A340-600 Series flight that took off on Tuesday evening to bring home 120 South Africans stuck in the Chinese city where the Covid-19 virus first broke out in December last year.

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