- A South African young man is showing his creativity after unveiling a pot that can cook two different dishes simultaneously
- The young man’s inspiring story is detailed by @KasiEconomy on social media and he has left social media users in awe
- Many people feel this is a brilliant idea because it can save locals electricity or gas when it comes to their cooking
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South Africans can be innovative and that’s evident as one local man just displayed his unique pot. The unidentified man has unveiled a pot that can cook two dishes simultaneously.
According to the social media post by @KasiEconomy, the post can save South Africans a lot of electricity or gas when it comes to preparing different meals while not using the same pot.
Briefly News is also attracted to the viral post and selects a few encouraging comments from social networkers. The account holder wrote:
“This man has created a 2-in-1 pot. The pot can be used to cook two different foods at the same time to cut money spent on electricity bills.”
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The post reads:
“Imagine an airplane created by Africans.”
“This only works if you're cooking something that requires the same amount of heat and cooking time... perhaps if he's helped to create an electric version.”
“I like the idea, his concept needs polishing. If it was this bad boy over here some of you would be applauding and praising, on the way to part with R800+. Niyaswabisa yezwa? Give credit where it's due.”
“I like his idea what if cook brown beans and morogo. Maybe people of KwaZulu-Natal will like his pot.”
“Obviously if one is ready before the other, you’ll remove it and continue to cook the side that’s not ready but then again, you smart superior tribalists from the north already know this, unlike us KZN people. What do we know.”
“I like the idea however different “pots” often require different temperatures. I can’t cook papa le skopo at the same temperature.”
“How will it work because other foods need slow fire others do need high and fast.”
“Great idea. As you cook, you must just know your order of cooking. Mogodu will cook longer than pap and therefore you'll start with it first and then start the pap later on. I'd recommend it for outdoor cooking.”
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Looking at a story regarding hustle, Briefly News reported that he is based in Kagiso in the West Rand and he is a serious influence on the youth for his dedication to his hustle. Sizwe operates his business in Mogale City.
Also known as 'chicken dust', the guy doesn't only do chicken but also sells braaied wors. His creative ways towards his hustle have attracted Briefly News’ attention and we also look at the social media comments.
Many people are very encouraging to the young man, who is creative and driven. According to @KasiEconomy, Sizwe is a perfect example of a business-minded person.