- Making the cover of a magazine has become something of a habit for Bonang Matheba
- The entertainer and businesswoman was selected as one of the cover girls for Forbes Africa's March issue
- She's feeling very proud and expressed her aspiration to be a mogul on social media
Bonang Matheba is all about being the best at what she does and she has been doing just that for years now.
Growing from entertainer to businesswoman and reality TV show star, Bonang is chasing her dreams with passionate drive.
At the same time, the rest of the world is sitting up and taking notice: she was chosen to be a cover girl for the influential magazine, Forbes Africa.
Dressed in red and looking intimidating, Bonang graces the March issue of the magazine alongside four other movers and shakers from Africa.
South African Businesswoman Irene Charnley, Cameroonian Tech Entrepreneur Rebecca Enoncho and Ugandan Diplomat and Executive Director of UNAIDS Winnie Byanyima joined Bonang on the front page.
Bonang expressed her desire to grow even more, saying that she's going from "mo'ghel to mogul". #Inspiring
As if that is not awesome enough, Bonang's lux bubbly drink, House of BNG, is also making waves.
The drink will be the official celebration partner for the 5th annual Forbes Woman Africa 2020 Leading Women Summit that takes place in Durban this month.
What a wow!
Proud and highly motivated, Bonang is bagging one success after the other on the international stage.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that she was acknowledged as a global fashion icon and received an award from an international fashion house for Fashionista of 2019.
She also scooped up Glamour's Most Glamorous 2019 award while being on the cover of the magazine's October issue, along with award-winning designer Rich Mnisi.
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