Bonang motivates Mzansi to stay safe and keep to Covid regulations

Bonang motivates Mzansi to stay safe and keep to Covid regulations

- Bonang Matheba took to Twitter to post some motivation for Mzansi following President Cyril Ramaphosa's national address

- The media personality posted in solidarity with South African citizens who found out about more Covid-19 restrictions being imposed over the festive season

- Bonang urged people to take care of each other as more places in South Africa were becoming hotspots of the virus

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Bonang Matheba took to social media to post a heartening message of solidarity to her followers after the news of further Covid-19 restrictions were announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa.

The star posted a message urging Mzansi to stay safe over the festive season and to keep to the regulations imposed by the government in order to have a responsible holiday.

Queen B was clearly trying to lift spirits after many felt disappointed that more limitations would be placed on public areas like parks and beaches.

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Bonang motivates Mzansi to stay safe and keep to Covid regulations

Bonang motivates Mzansi to stay safe and keep to Covid regulations. Images: @bonang_m
Source: Instagram

The celebrity attempted to help make her fans feel optimistic and remind everyone that the whole country is in the fight against Covid-19 together.

Bonang's tweet read:

"We can do this guys....Masks... 200 people per gathering...Wash hands. Closed beaches & parks..Let's take care of each other... Please!"

The majority of the media personality's fans seemed to agree with her as the tweet had over 7000 likes and more than 600 responses.

In other Bonang-related news, reported on when Queen B won GQ's Woman of the Year and posted the news to her social media accounts.

Bonang Matheba clearly knows the formula for success as the star recently bagged another win in the second GQ Men of the Year awards. The magazine's event honoured the recipients of their awards at an evening ceremony and Bonang attended looking as fabulous as ever.

The lifestyle magazine shook things up and instead of naming a man for the top spot, GQ gave it to Bonang and named her Woman of the Year.

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Queen B took to her social media to express gratitude for the win and share how honoured she was to be the recipient of the title.

Bonang also revealed that she'd done the photoshoot for her win at her house and still managed to slay every look. Followers of the celeb immediately took to the comments to gush about their fave and also compliment her on the win.

Bonang's fans told her how much she deserved the title and that she had managed to stay on top of things in her career despite 2020 being such a tumultuous year:

the_bforce: "Congrats Queen, they couldn't have chosen a more deserving honoree." "Well-deserved."
lindelwaacele: "What I aspire to be."
edna_mumbua: "Congratulations Bonang."
khomotsomahloko: "Reign Bonang! Reign."
iggy_pullz: "Ha Queen B. You are one powerful woman. Tlhatlhamolla girl. So super proud of you."
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purplepoise12: "What a woman. Congratulations Queen."

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