- Bonang Matheba's fans realised how much they miss her on radio and TV when she hosted a Twitter Space gig on Monday night
- The media personality and two Nigerian presenters discussed a new Nigerian original series titled Blood Sisters which premiered on Netflix on the same night
- The stunner's fans took to the timeline to share how much they missed her voice and many agreed that she should consider going back to presenting on TV and radio
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Bonang Matheba's latest hosting gig made Mzansi realise that they miss her on air. The stunner hosted a Twitter Space gig on Monday night, 9 May.
The media personality and two Nigerian presenters talked discussed Blood Sisters - Netflix's first Nigerian original series. Her fans were absolutely impressed at the fact that she's still a good broadcaster.
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Bonang Matheba has not hosted a radio or TV show for a while now. Queen B's fans took to Twitter to praise her for being a good host and many shared that they want the former Metro FM presenter back on radio and TV.
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"Having Bonang back on Radio won't be such a bad idea."
"Your voice is so special, I can listen to you all day and night."
"I don't think I'll ever get used to how amazing Bonang's voice sounds."
"I love Bonang Matheba. A gorgeous, strong, giving, kind-hearted, learned & well-spoken woman. And she’s a baddie."
"I love listening to @Bonang. Everytime I listen to her, it feels like the first time. What an incredible broadcaster. I'm always in awe."
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"This space made me realise how much I miss @Bonang, whether it be TV or radio. She’s so special. #BloodSistersNetflix. Also missed 'Good night and God bless' when she said it I wanted to melt."
Bonang Matheba not impressed with how talent is treated in Mzansi
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Mzansi's leading media personality Bonang Matheba shared her thoughts on how the new changes at the country's biggest commercial radio station, Metro FM, were handled.
The Being Bonang star said institutions in South Africa do not respect talented people, and they lack professionalism. Queen B responded to radio presenter Sizwe Dhlomo who also lashed out at the national broadcaster for its lack of professionalism. He said radio heads must alert those affected by the changes not to announce on social media.
Bonang weighed in on Sizwe's post, and she echoed the same sentiments. The reality TV star said the new lineup season is disrespectful to the talented people.
Source: Briefly News