Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

- A clip of a pair of construction workers has left Mzansi with mouths hanging open

- The two workers manage to, with impressive synchronisation, throw a cement-covered spade to each other

- Social media users gushed over the ingenuity of African people and the workers’ amazing skills

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A recent video of two Namibian men throwing a shovel to each other to make their work more efficient has Mzansi seriously impressed.

The one man throws a cement-covered spade a full storey upwards to his colleague, who flawlessly catches the shovel with one hand and deposits the cement.

The spade is then thrown back down and the mesmerising process begins all over again.

While the act in itself is impressive, what makes it even more so is that the work on the top of the building is chatting away nonchalantly on his cellphone!

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When social media users noticed that the one construction worker was using only one hand, while talking on the phone with his other, they were left with mouths hanging open.

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

Briefly.co.za saw that many viewers took the moment to praise African ingenuity, which the video is a perfect example of.

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

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Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

Others simply gushed over the amazing skill of the workers.

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

Mzansi impressed by construction workers’ efficiency and skill

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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