- A young man recently left South Africans super impressed after he successfully built a wheelchair that can be used to move up and down stairs
- An inspirational post about the innovative thinker was shared online by a local promotional Twitter page
- Many South Africans absolutely loved the post and soon headed to the comment section to commend the young man
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A bright young South African man recently did his bit to make society a better place after he designed and built a wheelchair that can glide easily up and down stairs doing away with the need for ramps to assist wheelchair-ridden people
In an inspirational post made by a Twitter page called @kasieconomy that is dedicated to promoting innovative young South African go-getters, they shared how the young man built the wheelchair that he can be seen excitedly demonstrating in a heartwarming snap.
"This young man has invented a wheelchair that can easily move up and down and climb stairs. Make him famous. Please retweet," @kasieconomy captioned the post.
South Africans absolutely loved the post and had this to say about it after YEN.com.gh reshared it on their Facebook page:
Portia Peloentle Kganyago said:
"Excellence on its level best. This is the kind of development, creativity and innovative ideas we want as a country. Well done my brother. Big up to you."
Dawn Punshon Rorke said:
"Reinventing the wheel. Wow, where can one find his wheelchairs?"
Negus Zebulun said:
"Blessed love and maximum respect with strong salute upon thy vital works."
Lavhelesani Joshua Dangale said:
"Well done brother. May the Lord continue to give you the wisdom to be more innovative."
In similar heartwarming YEN.com.gh news, a young and innovative South African man, Nhlanhla Mazibuko, is being both praised and celebrated by many proud South Africans after he was able to build Africa's very first electric battery operated bakkie.
Taking to Twitter, @kasieconomy shared a post about the innovative young man who decided to provide Africans with the opportunity to buy electric cars since they are so far out of reach for many of us.
"Meet Nhlanhla Mazibuko, the Founder & CEO of Mazibuko Motor Company. It's an electric car and battery company based in Durban, South Africa. They have designed Africa's first battery-electric pickup bakkie called Mazibuko M1B. They will launch it in the next coming months," @kasieconomy captioned the post.
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