- Bonang is a successful television personality
- She is a former host of “The Front Row”
- Despite her professional successes, Twitter followers are criticising her personal choices
Bonang Matheba is one of SA’s success stories.
Born in the North West province of South Africa, this star got her first break into television at age 15 on SABC 2's kids' game series, Manhattan's Fantasy Challenge.
After school, she enrolled in a Marketing course, which she later cut short after auditioning for the role as host on the music series, LIVE. She was successful in her audition and soon after starting, became a well-known name in the country’s entertainment world.
She dubbed herself “The host with the most”
In 2012 the star joined the lifestyle show, Top Billing. The show reported an increase in viewership soon after she joined.
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These were just the starting milestones for this lady and she has gone on to become a true South African success story.
Dragged on Twitter
However, her Twitter fans are restless for more and what she has achieved already does not appear to be enough for her loyal fan base.
Matheba was recently dragged on Twitter for being 30 years old and not having a child yet.
Others support her decision though and so the debate on Twitter heats up:
Briefly.co.za recently featured an article called Queen B gives fans a peek into her stunning new home.
In the article:
Beautiful socialite Bonang Matheba needs no introduction, but her new home has yet to be properly revealed.
But, lucky for us, she let us see a very small part of it in the 3rd episode of Being Bonang, and we loved what we saw. Her home looks just as stylish as she is, with a sleek and modern sense of design that is to be expected of the stunning star.
Bonang describes her new home as "bigger, better and sexier" and we can't wait to see more of her luxurious new place.
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