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Innovation is alive and well in Zimbabwe

Breakfast cereal has been banned from some boarding schools in Zimbabwe because pupils were using it to brew beer, it was reported this week.

The country’s Chronicle newspaper said at least three schools in the south of the country had warned parents that oats and cereal made of sorghum would be confiscated when term began on Tuesday.

“Pupils reportedly mix the cereals with brown sugar and yeast and leave the mixture to ferment in the sun, creating a potent alcoholic mixture which the pupils drink right under the noses of school authorities,” noted the paper.

They’ll be writing apps about how to get to the anti-Grace Mugabe rally soon enough….

8 thoughts on “Innovation is alive and well in Zimbabwe”

  1. Interesting that the only other place that comes to mind where breakfast cereal is turned into illicit booze is in prison. Still, when Товарищ Корбин lets People’s Quantitative Easing rip people in the wider UK population will be able to enjoy it was well.

  2. Bob Mugabee has tried to destroy Zimbabwe for over 30 years. I don’t think he has another 30 years in him. Meanwhile ANC is looking at them with envious eyes and want to outdo them by a couple of decades.

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