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Bonang gushes over her mom

South African award-winning television presenter, radio personality, actress, and social media personality, Bonang Matheba gushes over her mother on social media.

The media personality is quite private about her personal life, as she hardly speaks about family, asides from Pinky Girl who is famously known to be her cousin and business partner.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday night, Queen B expressed love for her mother.

Bonang Matheba

The reason behind the unusual tweet is unknown, but we all now know that Bonang loves her mom dearly.

…yoh!! I love my Mom. What an amazing hun…

Why not show her mom some love? She was born in Mahikeng, North West, and she is known for her flamboyant presenting skills and her signature voice.

Bonang Matheba

She presented the SABC 1 music show LIVE (now Live Amp) which built her spotlight in the industry. She is also known for being the first Black South African to be featured on numerous magazines.

In 2011, she became the first South African celebrity to launch an online reality show called B*Dazzled. In 2013, she was the first international ambassador for the cosmetic brand Revlon, outside the US.

In 2014, she hosted the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards pre-show, which made her become the first South African to host the pre-ceremony. In 2015, she became the first African to be given an E! News Special Africa on E!.

In 2016, she graced the cover of Forbes Woman Africa, alongside three other women who were all given a headline for being the Faces of Entrepreneurship. She released her book From A to B and premiered her own reality show Being Bonang, both in 2017. In 2018, she was featured on the power issue of GQ SA, for the September edition.

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Minnie Dlamini

“When people over-sensationalize, over-dramatize, create lies about you, it’s one of the most painful things because I can’t shut from the rooftops to everyone and explain my truth. At the end of the day, I also feel as though I don’t need to. Learn More

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