An adorable video of young children creating and operating their own KFC Drive-Thru in the North-West has gone viral. Picture:Screengrab
North-West - An adorable video of young children operating their very own version of a KFC Drive-Thru in the North-West has gone viral.

The video, which was posted to Facebook on Sunday ,has amassed over 190 000 views in five days and the view counter shows no sign of slowing down.

The clip was posted by Rika Ernst with the caption: "Proudly SA! As iemand vandag te lui is vir kos maak... Buisfontein KFC is oop, let wel, NET die ‘drive thru' (Proudly SA! If someone is too lazy to make food, the Buisfontein KFC is open, well at least just the drive-thru)."

Buisfontein is a farm located in Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality in North-West.

One of the reasons why the video has likely gone viral is that it not only shows young white and black children playing alongside each other, but that they are fully conversing in Setswana as they operate their "KFC Drive-Thru" - with monopoly money as the accepted currency

These youngsters, who embody the Madiba dream of a "rainbow nation", are teaching South Africans a lesson in entrepreneurship and making the best of what you have at your disposal.


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