- Nonhla Thema is best known from the days when she presented on O-Boma and O-Access, both on Channel O
- This former famous lady has slipped from the public eye and is enjoying a quieter life
- She has been happily married for over a year now
Many people dream about fame and fortune, but this leading lady has been there, done that, and is not interested in the Tee-shirt.
Nonhle Thema, a former TV presenter on Channel O, is the first person who will tell you she is happy to be out of the spotlight and to have moved on with her life.
In fact, so happy is Thema that she has been happily married (without many people knowing it) for over a year already.
This blissful newlywed speaks openly about her new hubby, saying her treats her well and that the happiness she is experiencing is so satisfying she doesn’t feel the need to broadcast it over social media platforms.
She went on to state that the anxiety the comes with social media is immense, and that she has grown beyond the point where she needs to validate herself.
Someone who has not approached life from this blissful, private perspective is Bonang Matheba.
Briefly.co.za recently reported Inside Bonang and Lorna Maseko's luxurious French babecation, which she was perfectly happy to plaster all over social media.
Bonang Matheba and Lorna Maseko finally revealed where they jetted off to- The French Riviera city of Cannes.
As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Bonang and Maseko decided to jet off to a warmer location after they had a lavish lunch together for the final episode of Maseko's SABC show The Hostess.
The BFF shared a few photos and videos of their luxurious First Class flight in an Emirates airplane, which included a clip on Maseko annoying Bonang with her foot. Now, they have finally revealed where they travelled to.
The besties are living it large in Cannes, and boy are they having fun. Bonang took to social media earlier today to share a snap of herself on an expensive yacht, which would take her and Maseko to the St Tropez.
To those living the high life, we guess their approach to life is a case of ‘each to their own’.
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