- Queen B's bubbly baby House Of BNG just turned one year old
- House Of BNG took Mzansi over from the moment the first bottle hit the shelves in 2019
- Bonang could not be more proud of the brand and the great opportunities she has been given as a result of its success
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Bonang Matheba's 'business baby' just turned one and she could not be more proud. House Of BNG has turned out to be some of Queen B’s biggest pride and joy.
The luxury sparkling wine range hit the shelves of Woolworth South Africa in 2019 and fans went gaga for it.
Briefly.co.za has seen how House Of BNG has grown from success to success in just 12 months, and Bonang has every reason to be proud.
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From the lush launch of House Of BNG to every event thereafter that was graced with its lush presence, the brand has achieved the most.
Bottles of BNG have been poppin' all over Mzansi ever since the day the first bottle hit the shelf.
House Of BNG had Bonang became the first black woman to become a member of the Cap Classique Producers Association with her MCC – a goal B is so honoured of.
There really is no barrier Queen B can’t break and we cannot wait to see what she has in store for House Of BNG this year.
Congratulations babes, you are a true inspiration!
In other news, Bonang Matheba is doing the things and she's already rocking the new year with big business moves. Her lux bubbly drink, House of BNG, now features a limited series that is up for grabs.
Bonang was the face of 2020's Sun Met and decided to reveal the awesome news at the prestigious event.
She unveiled the new limited Prestige Reserve from The House of BNG in a mysterious box with the help of two butlers in uniform.
She herself looked stunning, of course. The second box was presented to the winner Sun Met 2020, MJ Byleveld and trainer Vaughn Marshall.
The bottles were designed to look as fabulous and beautiful as Bonang. Sophisticated black bottle with gold detail, including a gold relief BNG logo.
Fans can't wait to get their hands on these bottles.
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