- A brilliant South African teenager has used his brain to successfully build a functional robot
- According to a post shared online, the 17-year-old made use of some cardboard boxes, wire and what looks like pieces of metal
- Mzansi has been left floored by the young man's high level of intelligence and has applauded him in the comment section of the post
South Africa is definitely filled with some of the most beautiful minds the world has ever since. A young man is one of those who was born with the gift to make a difference in his own life and the lives of others and he proved this after successfully building a working robot.
Heading online, @KasiEconomy shared how the 17-year-old successfully built a robot that is able to lift and carry small things using metal, cardboard boxes and wire. In a clip, the young man can be seen demonstrating how the robot works.
"Wow, this 17-year-old teenager built moving robots using cardboard boxes and wires. Please make him famous."
South Africans have been left super impressed by the post. Many of them headed to the comment section to marvel over the amazing robot and its young creator. Read a few of their comments below:
"That's how our education system should be...That's what should be taught an early age in school."
"What's his name?"
"There is talent among AFRICANS."
"Then the likes of Blade want to cancel NASFAS while there are such brilliant people in the country who could advance tech/robotics and create awesome things."
In similar awe-inspiring Briefly.co.za news, another artist, Innocent Zungu, has wowed South Africans on social media by strutting his artistic flair creating art using sand and is becoming a hit on Facebook.
According to a post by Stefanie Minnaar, Zungu is a 'super sandman' and recently moved his talent from Muizenberg to the Strand beache.
In a post that had been shared 414 times and with 379 comments when Briefly.co.za published this piece, Minnaar expressed shock after someone decided to destroy his work and took off with Zungu's tools after beautifully sculpting the Big 5 animals.
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