- A video has been shared on Twitter showing the creativity of South African children
- In the clip, several boys can be seen enjoying themselves while riding scooters
- The tweep who posted the footage revealed the youngsters built the toys themselves using only recycled materials
South Africans can take nothing and turn it into something useful and several local boys proved it. A video was posted on Twitter yesterday showing a group of kids having fun on scooters.
According to Twitter user @ThaboT_style, who posted the video online, the children built the transport devices themselves. The innovative youngsters, who live in an informal settlement, used recycled materials to build the scooters, Briefly.co.za learned.
@ThaboT_style captioned the post:
"Don't sleep on kasi kids, the creativity they possess is beyond. These kids from my hood made their own scooters from just using wood and wheels."
Take a look at the video below:
South Africans were inspired by the footage and they applauded the children's creativity in the comment section.
Muzi Majola, who goes by the Twitter handle @MuziMajola8, commented:
"These legends are everywhere."
One social media user remembered how they got creative to entertain themselves as children.
The tweep, @dash_8_, wrote:
"This is nothing fam, back in the day we made remote controlled boats in the rain season and helicopters, mota dzemaWire fam, Gonyeti!! Long nose baba... All they know is TikTok and IG."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on another inspiring young South African. Kgaogelo Bopape has flown South Africa's flag high. The Grade 12 pupil, who hails from Soweto, managed to obtain an amazing achievement. The 17-year-old Horizon International School pupil walked away with a bronze medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).
The Olympiad was set to be hosted in Russia this year but because of the pandemic, young maths geniuses from around the world took part in it virtually. Bopape not only managed to get a medal, he also made history. The young maths whizz became the first African to ever get a bronze medal at the IMO.
Taking to Facebook, Horizon International School gushed about Bopape's amazing achievement.
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