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Top 5 Nando's TV adverts

2011-11-28 16:38
Nando's has done it again.

Their latest campaign, "Last Dictator Standing", sees a lookalike Robert Mugabe remembering the "fun times" he had with his dictator friends Muammar Gaddafi, Idi Amin, Saddam Hussein, PW Botha and Chariman Mao, who have all passed on.

The advert has been viewed over 370 000 times on YouTube and according to readers, it's hilarious.

Watch "Last Dictator Standing" here.

The fast food restaurant chain has never chickened out of running controversial adverts, some of which have been banned.

We take a look back at some of Nando's previous, but equally hilarious, TV adverts.

Cell C
Comedian Kagiso Lediga stars in this Nando's ad from 2010 which spoofed Cell C's adverts touting fellow comedian Trevor Noah as their "CEO".

Julius wants change
In the run-up to the 2009 elections, this Nando's ad poked fun at then-ANCYL president Julius Malema's call for change.

The Ministerial Gravy Train
The Nando's take on "responsible spending" with the help of our ministers.

Double breasted burger
This double breasted burger is so huge, you could miss the chips on your plate.

In 2006 Nando's celebrated Ramadan with this tempting advert.

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The latest Nando's advert, "Last Dictator Standing", has got tongues wagging around the world. Here's a look at our favourite Nando's TV adverts over the years.
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