From black tax, racecards and white privilege “Mzansipoli” has everyone laughing out loud and kind of wishing it was a real game!


South Africa – It has been the longest time since we last shared an exciting and hilarious Nandos advert, but they have just dropped another funny one.

The advert is based on a similar and popular game *cough Monopoly but with a big twist. It is based on the intricacies of South African life, including politics, opinions and cultures.

From Black Tax to Racecards, Eskom failures to Steinhof and e-tolls included, the game plays with some of South Africa’s troubles and gives us a good laugh.

As always, South Africans have a great sense of humour and an ability to laugh at ourselves when needed.

Since it was posted an hour or so ago, the advert is already trending with thousands of people begging to know where to buy the actual game.

Take a look at the advert below and try not to laugh out too loud!

Sources: YouTube
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