We are used to seeing Bonang Matheba winning, but in 2019 it seems as if she has raised her already high bar to unreachable levels with a series of deals and achievements that none of her peers can match
From winning international and local awards, to diversifying her business all while falling in love, it has been a year to remember – and we’re only in June!
Here’s how Bonang has already won the year and left her haters in her wake.
Bonang began the year on a high note when she announced that she had produced and would be starring in her debut film, a documentary called Public Figure which went on to premiere at the Manchester Film Festival.
Bonang’s lingerie line made its return in 2019 just in time for Valentine’s Day and by all accounts the catalogue was bigger and better this time around (and we’re sure the check in Bonang’s account was too!)
A distraction. 💐💕 pic.twitter.com/BWxLVcVzVX
— Bonang B* Matheba (@bonang_m) February 11, 2019
House of BNG
Bonang took a big step towards diversifying her business portfolio with the announcement of House of BNG; an umbrella company that would house her various brands starting with BNG MCC which is now sold in outlets across Mzansi.
In doing so, she made history by becoming the first black woman to join the Méthod Cap Classique association of South Africa.
— Sasa M (@Sasa_Wallflower) March 18, 2019