Bonang Matheba Joins Zero Malaria’s Global Campaign Among David Beckham, Yemi Alade, Meji Alabi and More

Bonang Matheba Joins Zero Malaria’s Global Campaign Among David Beckham, Yemi Alade, Meji Alabi and More

  • Bonang Matheba had followers buzzing after a picture of her, and David Beckham on set floated around the internet
  • Bonang Matheba said that she's part of Zero Malaria's global campaign alongside celebrities such as David Beckham, Yemi Alade and Meji Alabi
  • Fans of Bonang Matheba were happy and proud to see the socialite spread her philanthropic wings with a global campaign

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Bonang Matheba is no one-trick pony, from one of the most skilled presenters to a successful businesswoman. The socialite is also an influential philanthropist.

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Bonang Matheba joined world celebrities such as David Beckham in Zero Malaria's global malaria campaign. Image: Getty Images/ Jeff Kravitz
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Bonang's influence knows no bounds as she is now part of the Zero Malaria's Draw The Line Against Malaria campaign with other international philanthropists.

Bonang Matheba is part of the global Zero Malaria's campaign

TimesLIVE reports Bonang will be involved in the Draw The Line Against Malaria campaign alongside UK football legend David Beckham, Grammy Ward-Winning Meji Alabi and Nigerian afro-pop singer Yemi Alade. The campaign also includes world-famous athletes such as multiple Olympic gold medalist Kenyan Faith Kipyegon.

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The campaign organised by Zero Malaria is aimed at eliminating malaria cases throughout the world. The campaign can only be successful if the celebrities' influence can pressure world leaders.

Zero Malaria enlisted powerful voices in entertainment worldwide, which included Bonang Matheba representing South Africa.

Bonang expressed that she is honoured to be a part of the campaign on her Twitter.

Bonang's supporters are happy she is representing South Africa in Zero Malaria's campaign

Fans were proud of her for representing South Africa and thought that she did a fantastic job on the campaign.

@MsKabzela commented:

"Bonang keeps flying the Mzansi flag high. It's an honour and a responsibility too. Keep winning Queen B #ZeroMalaria."

@SabeloMqadi3 added:

"What a great initiative! What a way to use your platform…. Because of you, now I know about this campaign!"

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@ItisSamhere commented:

"Congrats Bonang. Let your light shine...for the world."

Fans also reacted to Bonang's performance in the campaign video complimenting her iconic voice.


"Your voice everytime gives me goosebumps. You really have a beautiful voice ma'am."

@raymondmccay_ commented:

"The power in @Bonang's voice though...Unmatched."

Bonang slams Mthethwa for R22m flag, Penny Lebyane dragged for defending him

Briefly News previously reported that Penny Lebyane is being dragged for defending Nathi Mthethwa for his R22 million South African flag project. The media personality took to social media to share her thoughts on the project after Bonang Matheba slammed the Minister of Arts and Culture.

The reality TV star urged the government to fire Mthethwa after he went live on TV and defended his decision to construct the multi-million rand flag. Bonang shared that Mthethwa was useless, adding, "We all hate you".

Source: Briefly News

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