Government to investigate why sugar is sweet, Dlamini-Zuma outlines new plan
The South African government is finally going to investigate why sugar is sweet.
After many years of wondering why sugar is sweet, the government of South Africa decided on Friday to be the first in the world to find out why sugar is sweet. “This question has troubled us for thousands of years. For millennials we have been asking ourselves why sugar is sweet…and now we are going to find out,” the government said.
Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says that government is first going to find out why the grass is green and afterwords embark on a journey that will cost the nation of South Africa at least Five hundred Trillion Rands, “It will cost us a lot of money. But at least at last we will find closure and know why sugar is so sweet. No one will get arrested, but we will know why,” she said.
”Investigating all things is important to us as government, though we do not make any arrests. Look at what the Zondo Commission has yielded”, Dlamini-Zuma said before revealing that in five years time the South African government would have figured out why sea water has salt.
~Editor’s Note: The above is a satire article