- Bonang Matheba made the Forbes Africa's 100 Innovations, Inventions and Icons from Africa list
- Queen B is a force to be reckoned with and came in at number 36, a place she worked hard for and deserves
- Fans congratulated Bonang on her impressive win and expressed just how deserving they believe she is
Bonang Matheba did it again, proving just how lit she is and how capable she is of achieving greatness. Queen B made the Forbes Africa's 100 Innovations, Inventions and Icons from Africa list, and she is beaming with pride.
There is no denying that Bonang is a boss babe force to be reckoned with. She is a hard worker and knows a good opportunity when she sees one, that is for sure. Bonang has earned her place on this prestigious list.
Queen B came in at number 36, an impressive placing. While BForce would say Bonang deserves first place, we have no doubt that our Queen could get there!
"Congratulations To Queen B* @bonang_m on making @forbesafrica's list of '100 Innovations, Inventions & Icons From Africa.' Halala Bonang Matheba Halala."
Fans have flooded social media with messages of congratulation. Bonang worked hard for this and is so deserving. Queen B is an inspiration to many and her hard work has earned her a lot of respect all over the globe.
“Yaaassss Queen B* Congratulations Bonang Matheba.”
“Congratulations Bonang Matheba”
“Congratulations Bonang Matheba.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Bonang Matheba has dropped some pearls of wisdom for Mzansi ahead of the long weekend. The Easter weekend is known to be a particularly wild time in South Africa, particularly on the roads.
Taking to social media, Bonang cautioned people to drive safely and avoid driving while intoxicated. Her post read:
“Please stay safe this weekend guys... no drinking & driving... go phela go monate blind!”
It was also reported that the pandemic has hit a lot of people hard both emotionally and financially. Recently a social media user joked that Bonang was also affected by the massive job losses and her wallet was also barely holding on.
This comes after a snap of Bonang revealed that there was only R50 in her see-through purse.
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