South Africa has got the resources and talent to help take the world to another level . The government of South Africa only needs to continue supporting learners with all the necessary resources . There is a great creation that was made by some students from Gauteng which will make South Africans proud and believe that the country has got talented youths .
Click on the video below to watch students unveil something unbelievable that they created to the Gauteng Education MEC Mr Panyaza Lesufi
The video above was shared by the Gauteng Education Department via its Twitter platform. In the video was an introduction of a fully operational solar powered car that was equipped with sound system that learners at John Orr Engineering School of Specialisation built . The car was built focusing on renewable energy and alternative energy sources.
The Gauteng MEC for Education Mr Panyaza Lesufi even took a ride in the battery and solar powered vehicle which was built by learners at John Orr Engineering School of Specialisation , whose aim was to find renewable energy and alternative energy sources. When one of the learners was asked how long it took to build it , he said that it took them two months .
The world needs to take the African continent seriously. This was demonstrated by the creation of the vehicle by South African learners. This solidifies why the government needs to invest more on the education sector.
The creation of a solar-powered vehicle is one of the solutions that is needed to deal with issues such as fuel hikes and environmentally friendly energy sources . Solar energy is free and is environmentally friendly .South African learners proved that Africa has solutions to challenges being faced by the world , they only need support.
Click on the links below for the great work by South African children .
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