- A woman, Sarah Notsi, has used her creativity to make face masks using cloth
- Her designs captured Mzansi's attention and even got used by David Makhura
- The Gauteng Premier rocked one of Notsi's masks during a press briefing on Covid-19 in the province
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While many people are chilling at home during the lockdown, one creative woman, Sarah Notsi, decided to put her time to good use.
The local beauty decided to make cloth face masks to help protect Saffas against the coronavirus and to generate an extra income as a bonus.
Her masks are stunning with vibrant colours and a sleek design and Notsi sells them online for only R50 each.
Cloth masks have become more popular since the outbreak of the coronavirus since they are washable and therefore reusable.
Notsi's product not only cause waves on social media but her masks also caught the attention of Gauteng Premier David Makhura.
Taking to Facebook, the entrepreneur shared a screenshot of Makhura rocking one of her masks during a Covid-19 press briefing in Gauteng.
She captioned the post:
"Thank you so much for your support. The three layer cloth masks designed by House of Sarah were presented by the premier of Gauteng yesterday at the press conference. Covid-19... Be safe."
Take a look at her post below:
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Take a look at more of her designs below:
Her post inspired South Africans who applauded Notsi's accomplishments online.
Mantoa Mateane commented:
"I salute you for work well done. How do l place an order dear?"
Sedupe Rampheng wrote:
"Oh yes lady, that's the favour of God and trust Him all the time."
Motsilisi Sejake added:
"Well done my dear sister. God bless you."
David Nhlapo said:
"Wow! Well done my sister... Keep pushing."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported a couple of South African entrepreneurs have come up with a new coronavirus testing kit.
The kit will allow health officials to see results in just 65 minutes. Not only with their invention speed up the testing time, it will also allow the country to reduce the time it takes for test kits to arrive as they are usually imported.
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