Durban – Following in the footsteps of his brother Mikail the year before him, Durban High School matriculant Daniel Kreuzer cracked nine distinctions.
But unlike Mikail, 20, Daniel, 18, will be studying engineering at the University of Cape Town and not medicine.
Raised by their single mother, Razina Meer, the competitive two encouraged one another, with the elder one teasing: “Bro, I walked so you could run.”
Their accomplishments have been “shared”.
Daniel was dux at DHS and Mikail was not. At the Deutsche Schule Durban (their primary school), it was the other way around.
South Africa Education News