- A man and two children were lauded for their incredible creations
- The trio built replica models of informal settlements, complete with shacks, roads and vehicles
- Their achievement has inspired many South Africans
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the 21-day lockdown in the battle to beat the coronavirus and many South Africans have been left frustrated.
Many have been suffering from cabin fever, but one creative man and two children are making the most of their spare time.
Mveliso Teardrop Ntaba showcased his stunning creations via the #ImStaying Facebook group on Wednesday.
With the help of his "besties", Mveliso has been created kasi replica models with incredible detail.
The miniature informal settlements are built with shacks, roads, vehicles and landmarks.
Briefly.co.za gathered that many South Africans were blown away based on the positive feedback.
Maureen Rankin said,
"Wow, amazing work, very talented, thank you for sharing."
Luhle Capsie added,
"Creativity at its best wow man you are so talented *high 5*."
Shelley Miller felt that it was a beautiful work of art:
"Oh my word this is incredible, it belongs at an exhibition - please makes sure it does not get damaged."
It hasn't all been doom and gloom and Briefly.co.za has reported on numerous feel-good stories.
More promising news is that the government has decided to ease some of the lockdown restrictions.
Officials have been impressed with the positive impact the lockdown measures have had in curbing the spread of Covid-19.
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