To well-born souls, value does not wait for the number of years says the adage. This is all the more true in Sangulani Chikumbutso’s life than it would be in anyone else’s. This genius Zimbabwean inventor was quoted in the media in his country from an early age and developed a helicopter, drone and electric car

Since childhood, Sangulani Chikumbutso dreamed of becoming a mechanic like his father. Curious and alert, he became interested in electrical technology very early on. Years later, he founded Saith Technologies. It is the badge of this firm which will be stamped on its inventions presented to the public in July 2015. These include: a helicopter with a hybrid propulsion engine, an electric car, a converter magnetic, a “green” energy generator and a drone.

For this great dreamer, no limit seems to exist. During his school years, he will not even finish his secondary studies because very quickly piqued by the desire to undertake. Born in 1980, it was in 1999 that he unveiled his first invention. It was a radio transmitter. Since then, the handyman has learned a lot and got professional. Defender of renewable energy, the car developed by Sangulani uses an electric motor which is capable of reaching a speed of 90 km / h. In the same logic, the helicopter which it presented to the public is equipped with ” a propulsion engine that uses six different types of biofuels. To this list must be added an energy generator, a magnetic energy converter and a drone.

According to his critics, the Zimbabwean did not invent anything. He would only have copied what is already being done elsewhere. Many of these affirmations do not share them and see in him rather a soul of genius which has used the trials of life to achieve a childhood dream, that of creating to impact this world. One thing is certain, Sangulani Chikumbutso does not intend to stop there. His next step is to obtain approval from the government of his country to start mass production.

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