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Proof that South Africans can drink your annual salary in one night! Pic

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Proof that South Africans can drink your annual salary in one night! Pic. The total bill, dated 20th of December in the late morning hours (4 am) reflects a variety of expensive whiskeys and wines – including R11,200 Cristal Blan bottles and R2,100 Moet Necta Rose champagnes; a proof that once again we have gotten into the ecstatic December festive mood where big spenders go all out flexing their ‘hard-earned’ huge amounts on wise waters in clubs.

While we are still caught up in the shocking amounts of cash equivalent to an ordinary citizen’s annual salary-splashed on the booze; it’s hard not to notice a life-changing R16K tip served to attendant(s). A big congratulation message goes out from us to the person(s) who received the life-changing tip which is not even equivalent to 70% of the general population’s monthly pay.

The huge spending has attracted so much criticism with many thinking of it as a waste of money which could have been diverted for other uses.

Source – iHarare

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Mary Chiwenga

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