- Robert Mugabe's youngest son was filmed pouring champagne on his "expensive" watch
- He was partying with his brother and other friends in Sandton, South Africa
- The video has elicited criticism from some Zimbabweans online
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's youngest son Chatunga Bellarmine was filmed recently pouring champagne on his "expensive" watch.
Chatunga is seen in the video with his brother and other friends. The incident reportedly took place in the posh Sandton area of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Peter Ndoro, a journalist based in South Africa, shared the video on his Twitter page with the caption: "While #GraceMugabe is bidding to be Vice President her sons are living it up pouring tax payers money out of a bottle #ThisFlag #SaveZim."
The bottle of Armand de Brignac gold champagne seen in the video costs at least several hundred US dollars.
Chatunga recently shared a photo of his watch on Instagram with the caption: "$60 000 on the wrist when your daddy run the whole country ya know!!!" It's unclear if it's the same watch seen in the video.
The video has drawn criticism from some Zimbabweans online, who said it's yet another example of the Mugabes' extravagance while millions wallow in poverty.
Another video surfaced earlier in August showing the Mugabe brothers relaxing with several bottles of champagne at their disposal.