Bonang Matheba still makes millions with her intelligence.

Bonang Matheba still makes millions with her intelligence.

Queen B as she is affectionately known by her fans is celebrating yet another milestone in her life today, as her baby has just clocked 2 today. It is unbelievable that about 2 years ago, Bonang decided to launch her luxurious alcoholic beverage, House of BNG and it has since grown in leaps and bounds.

Consumers have been purchasing the sparkling wine range in numbers since it hit the shelves of the iconic retail store Woolworths, making it one of the best-selling MCC’s in Woolworths. Although Bonang has been relatively quiet on social media, it has become a norm that whenever she comes back from her mini hiatus, she makes a big announcement. Returning back to social media today, she celebrated the second birthday of her love letter to Africa.

Bonang has branded herself as the queen of soirees and her parties are always one not to be missed, we do not know if this year she will host another soiree.


Queen B recently suspended her radio career and said she is focusing on her champagne money-making business. The TV star was supposed to move to the US last year and speaking All4women, her manager Davin Phillips said, Bonang is still planning to move to the Big Apple.

“Firstly, yes, Bonang is still planning on setting up in the USA. The reality is that she’s a citizen of the world, she’s got a lot of projects everywhere and she will go wherever her projects take her,” he said.
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He explained that Bonang’s move was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’ve spoken before about the fact that she was ready to get her own place that side. She was in Manhattan, house hunting until Covid-19 shut everything down. Even right now it’s not easy to travel because of the SA variant causing complications. So she’s waiting patiently until things die down.”

Just recently mo’gherl decided to expand her sparkling wine range which has the Brut and Brut Rosé Méthode Cap Classiques and launched canned versions of the House of BNG MCC brut and brut rose. The canned versions have been selling like hotcakes also.

Bonang is one of South Africa’s most love TV stars. Not only a stunner but also the niftiest hustler in SA. She is the first black SA woman to be featured in numerous magazines, the first SA celeb to launch an online reality show called B. Dazzled, and even the first international ambassador for cosmetic brand Revlon, this star is a pioneer in many ways. She became the first black woman to be part of the Cap Classique Producers Association.

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