The high rate of unemployment in South Africa has caused the government to look for new ways to help people make money.
The department of Health revealed on Tuesday that from March 2017, it will be opening sperm banks across the country so that unemployed people can donate sperms and get paid.
Donors will be paid between R360 and R930, depending on the quality of their sperm. Men are advised to take care of themselves so they can have good semen.
“Don’t drink too much or do drugs, we don’t want to create ugly babies. Yes, we will create soldiers from some of the semen, but we don’t want ugly soldiers.” The Deputy minister continued.
The first 6 banks are planned to be opened on the 6th of March 2017 in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Cape Town, Mbombela, and Polokwane. More banks will be opened after.