Engineering Graduate Turns Old Geysers Into Stunning Braai Stands, Mzansi Impressed: “Great Work Indeed”

Engineering Graduate Turns Old Geysers Into Stunning Braai Stands, Mzansi Impressed: “Great Work Indeed”

  • Engineering graduate Matome Maphala has Mzansi swooning over his stylish braai stands which he makes from old geysers
  • Taking his craft to social media, Maphala created a unique business offering his well sought after braai stands to the nation
  • Peeps online are impressed beyond belief at his artistic ingenuity and have been asking for prices and congratulating him

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Electrical engineering graduate Matome Maphala has wowed South Africans with his creative braai stand designs. Inspired by an old geyser that he found at his parent's place, Maphala has created a variety of braai stands out of the abandoned water tanks.

The Limpopo native has taken his talents and turned them into a source of income, selling his stylish braai stands to the community. Using his Twitter account ‘Matswi Braai Stands’, Maphala offers an interesting look into his craft.

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Briefly News shared the post on Facebook giving our viewers a chance to see the skills of the innovative engineer and they surely are impressed.

Engineering graduate, braai stands, old geysers, Mzansi reacts
Matome Maphala uses old and abandoned geysers to create stunning braai stands. Image: @KasiEconomy
Source: Twitter

Take a look at the original post shared on Twitter below:

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Maphala's story was reshared to Facebook by Briefly News:

Read some of the comments shared by Briefly News' readers below:

Lungile Mashele said:

"I'm proud of you."

Ashley Nkhensani Vukeya Raulinga shared:

"This is really woooooow. A braai stand different from others."

Bee Siphoro wrote:

"Good work let's support local, big up young man."

Denise Veller commented:

"This man deserves sponsorship to start his own company!"

Khanyi Ngobeni added:

"Great work indeed."

Halala: South Africans are inspired by the first candy company owner, Tebogo Masike

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Previously, Briefly News reported that a South African guy is a hit on social media after opening his own company that manufactures sweets. Tebogo Masike is based in Johannesburg and he is celebrated on social media for his brilliant idea.

Masike is the owner of Zeli Candy and according to a post by Kasi Economy, the guy started his company from scratch and he is the first black owner of a candy company.

South African Facebook and Twitter users are now praising and congratulating the young man based in Jozi. It seems the guy is coming from Limpopo and many locals are seriously inspired by his hustle. Some networkers are already looking to taste the candy as they want to support the young lad.

Source: Briefly News

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