African technology: Photo of outdoor stove leaves people in surprise

African technology: Photo of outdoor stove leaves people in surprise

– 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

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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.

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“The home of simplicity That’s why I’m staying,” Thandow captioned the picture.

Outdoor stove leaves Mzansi in awe: "African technology. Perfect."

This outdoor oven has left locals awe-struck. Images: Thandow Van Ralekholela/ImStaying
Source: UGC

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.”

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Meanwhile, has reported how a young boy recently showcased a contraption he made with cartons. When asked what it is, the boy said it an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM).

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He demonstrated how it works as new naira notes dashed out of a hole to the floor. On one hand, he held what looks like the battery that powered the machine.

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