Bonang Matheba’s rectify issue that stop girls from being educated

Bonang Matheba’s rectify issue that stop girls from being educated

- Queen B has partnered with the Activate: The Global Citizen Movement to create change

- Girls' education is B's passion and she's doing everything she can to make sure every girl is educated

- Tonight on Being Bonang, B will shed some light on her plans

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Bonang Matheba is a proud partner in the Activate: The Global Citizen Movement. Being one of the biggest influencers in Mzansi, B’s participation matters a lot.

When it comes to giving back, Bonang is one of the most selfless celebs in Mzansi. Queen B is always ready to help in any way that she can.

Briefly.co.za knows that Bonang became a part of The Global Citizen movement back in 2018 when she co-hosted the major Global Citizen concert.

Just a few weeks back, Bonang was seen slaying at the super glam Activate: The Global Citizen Movement gala dinner.

During an interview with IOL, Bonang revealed that her passion lies in helping rectify the issue surrounding young women and education.

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“Early this year, I spent the day at a primary school in East Rand, where we were speaking to young girls about what actually happens to your body around puberty and, during this journey, I started realising there are so many things that impact these young girls.
"I didn’t know that over 200 000 young girls miss school every year because they don’t have sanitary towels. It’s mind-blowing.”

Sharing a post on social media, B revealed that tonight’s episode of Being Bonang will shed some light on what she will be doing to help girls receive an education.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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