KZN learner receives top honours at Eskom expo
S’nenhlanhla Dlamini invented a smart system which helps monitor energy usage in households.
JOHANNESBURG - A KwaZulu-Natal teenager has beaten hundreds of applicants to be awarded a top science scholarship to Germany.
S'nenhlanhla Dlamini who's a grade 12 pupil at Ongoye High School in Empangeni was crowned the top honours at this year's Eskom expo for young scientists.
Dlamini invented a smart system which helps monitor energy usage in households.
Speaking to Eyewitness News Dlamini says she is overwhelmed by the awards.
"I invented something I call an electricity box which will help to monitor the efficient use of appliances."