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Sangulani standing next to his hybrid helicopter

Meet Sangulani From Zimbabwe Who Designed An Helicoptor, Drone, Electric car And Power Generator

Some African are really wise and genius, but I came to realize that all they lack is confidence, here comes a Zimbabwean designer, inventor and entrepreneur by the names of Sangulani Max Chikumbutso who launched a number of his new prototypes which includes an hybrid Helicoptor that uses different types of fuel, Electric car, Drone, Power generator and some others.

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Sangulani who designed all the above equipments, through his tech company known as Saith Technologies grew up in a poor suburb of Kuwadzana with his single mother after his father had fled, and that was during his primary school.

Sangulani was a talented young boy especially in mechanical and electrical technology, but surprisingly he had never given up his dream, many people were shocked when he demonstrated how his equipments work during his official launch in the capital Harare recently.

We hope that Sangulani will be supported!

Sangulani's locally designed drone

Sangulani’s locally designed drone

His two seater helicopter he named as Saith Hex_Copter is reportedly using five types of fuels, watch video below.

Saith fully electronic car is also locally designed, and involves 5 normal gel batteries that produces sufficient capacity to start the car and charge the batteries to help it to move continuously up to a top speed of 90km/h.

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  1. lukwagojames92@gmail.com'

    This is fantastic, unbelievable


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