- Bonang Matheba is in vaycay mode and she is not even sorry about it
- Having just spent time at the Kruger National Park with Pinky Girl, Bonang got bitten by the holiday bug
- Queen B is currently taking a little break at one of her all-time favourite spots in SA - Sun City
Bonang Matheba has been living her best vaycay life. After the incredible year Queen B has already had, she thought it was time for some downtime. Gurll, you deserve to treat yo’self!
Living the life of the rich and famous means that you can go on holiday whenever you want and that sometimes even means taking a holiday straight after a holiday. There are a lot of perks to set off the constant judgment and lack of privacy, that’s for sure.
Briefly.co.za saw that Bonang has been doing her thing at Sun City recently. The beautiful Mzansi resort has a lot to offer and is one of Bonang’s favourite local getaway destinations.
Bonang and Pinky girl were just living their best safari life in SA’s stunning Kruger National Park. It is holiday season for this queen and best believe she is going at it. Bonang and Pinky Girl always have the best time.
Taking to social media, Bonang revealed that she had touched down at Sun City and looked very happy to be there. While we are not sure if Pinky Girl tagged along or exactly what B’s reason for being there is, we do know that she loves herself a Sun City stay.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bonang Matheba recently took to social media to show some major love to musician Nomcebo Zikode. Nomcebo's career is on the up and up ever since she teamed up with Master KG to make the global hit Jerusalema.
In the spirit of Women's Month, Bonang Matheba took to Twitter to show appreciation to Nomcebo and her amazing work. She posted:
"You're the magic Nomcebozikode!! Happy Women's Month & congratulations!!"
The songstress recently released her single Xola Moya Wam from her hot new album and it's been received with much love from Mzansi audiences. Social media users were equally excited to see the lovely message from Bonang.
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