Bonang slays again: She's the 1st-ever keynote speaker at SLAY Festival

Bonang slays again: She's the 1st-ever keynote speaker at SLAY Festival

- Bonang Matheba is South Africa's biggest slay queen with a very long list of accomplishments

- The businesswoman and entertainer will be sharing her knowledge with other women at the 2020 SLAY Festival

- Bonang is the festival's first-ever keynote speaker - yet another milestone for the fabulous role model

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Bonang Matheba will share some of her invaluable wisdom and knowledge with other entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers.

She will do this at the 2020 SLAY Festival taking place in Johannesburg as the first-ever keynote speaker.

Bonang is just piling on the achievements and successes - we love to see it!

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The festival is aimed at bringing together women who think out of the box and want to achieve brilliant success.

There are masterclasses as well as lectures and opportunities to mingle with like-minded individuals.

Bonang's moments on stage are likely going to be the highlight of the event.

Mzansi's Queen B is one of the country's most successful females in the entertainment industry so it was no surprise to see her on the cover of Forbes Africa.

Our Moghel 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, which is why she was chosen to be a cover girl for the influential magazine.

Briefly.co.za reported that dressed in red and looking intimidating, Bonang graced the March issue of Forbes Africa alongside four other movers and shakers from Africa.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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