- Bonang Matheba is proud to announce that she will be an official Miss SA 2020 sponsor with House of BNG
- Bonang has traded in her hostess crown for a sponsor crown and couldn't be more proud of the fact
- Nomzamo Mbatha has taken over Bonang’s old position as host and is extremely excited about it
Bonang Matheba has decided to return to Miss South Africa for another run, but not as we have seen her before. Queen B is undeniably one of the greatest presenters the pageant has seen but this time she is coming in as a sponsor with her House of BNG.
Taking to social media with the utmost pride and excitement, Bonang let her fans know that she will be one of Miss SA 2020s sponsors with her House of BNG. Having Bonang’s boujee bubbly is definitely something Miss SA appreciates.
“....two years in a row! The @houseofbng is excited to be back! Thank you @official_misssa....❤️ Good luck to all the beautiful finalists! #HouseOfBNG #misssa2020.”
Nomzamo Mbatha has taken over Bonang’s old position as host and is extremely excited about it. Nomzamo also took to social media to make her big announcement – Miss SA 2020 is going to be lit!
The pageant is set to take place on Saturday, 24 October and the people of Mzansi cannot wait to see which beautiful woman will take the crow this year. Zozi’s has definitely left major shoes to fill. Good luck ladies.
“IT IS OFFICIAL! So Honoured to be the host for this year’s MISS SOUTH AFRICA 2020 pageant! LIFE IS BUT A DREAM @official_misssa you ready? ”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bonang Matheba just can't stop winning. The larger-than-life media personality is South Africa's fourth most admired woman in the world. The stunner recently made the top five list of the most admired queens in the world.
The reality TV star came fourth in the top five list made up of Oprah Winfrey, Thuli Madonsela, Michelle Obama and Queen Elizabeth II.
Bonang beat the likes of Serena Williams, Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and Mzansi's Charlize Theron. The list of the top 26 most admired women was published by the City Press on Thursday, 8 October.
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