- A picture of a creatively designed outdoor stove has been shared n Facebook's ImStaying group
- In the picture, an elderly lady can be seen preparing a big meal on the makeshift coal-fired stove
- Locals loved the picture as it reminded many of them of their hometowns where people traditionally make use of fire to cook in the more rural areas
A proudly South African citizen whose name is Thandow Van Ralekholela recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying, to marvel over a large outdoor stove that was made using metal sheets, bricks, and hot coals for heat.
In the awe-inspiring picture, an elderly mamma can be seen preparing a large meal on the huge stove which is fit to prepare a huge number of foods all at one time. The stove was made using big bricks, metal sheets, and burning hot coals.
"The home of simplicity That's why I'm staying," Thandow captioned the picture.
Many Stayers were just as impressed as Thandow was. A lot of them took to the comment section to express their thoughts on the makeshift stove. Read a few of their comments below.
Queen Thupi said:
"This reminds me of my home... Limpopo... Zebediela."
Refiloe Queen Kotele said:
"Never knew this existed, wow creativity."
Nkosi Che Mdeza Andrew said:
"African Technology. Perfect."
John Ngobeni said:
"Reminds me of years ago when I was a little boy my mother used to bake like that so delicious cakes baked from ground."
Nikiwe Waka Mashele said:
"Kodwa our Grannies are creative man I'm staying too."
In similar lighthearted Briefly.co.za news reports, Kgothatso Masete shared an adorable post of her elderly parents to Facebook's #ImStaying group. According to Kgothatso, her parents are both in their 70s and have been married for 52 years.
Recently, she woke up to a beautiful sight. Her parents were seated side-by-side as her mother helped her father change the tyre on his car. Kgothatso revealed that her father is a bit frail at his age.
She then went on to share a small tribute to her mother, who gave birth to 11 children. Kgothatso says that her mother is the pillar of their family and a blessing in their lives. Many locals loved the post.
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