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South Africa’s Media Girl Bonang Matheba is Fierce in this Shoot for Glam Africa Magazine

A couple of months ago Glam Africa magazine released a series of glamorous images of South Africa’s media girl, Bonang Matheba, for their Social Media edition. Through these images, we saw the fun, playful, stylish and glamorous side of Queen B.

These new images of Bonang shot by renowned photographer, Reze Bonna also portray Bonnag as a focused yet stylish and charming lady, qualities which no doubt contributed greatly in getting her this far in the media game.

Bonang’s social media page would definitely make you envy her glamorous lifestyle, but this is one lady who works hard for everything she gets. She confirmed to Glam Africa that she is “… working on some projects with wonderful TV channels and [this year] is looking very good.”

We can’t wait to see what Bonang gets up to in 2017.

See the images below.

Credit:
Photo:
 Reze Bonna
Styling: Velly Vere Ngugi
MUA: Clara Banx
Creative Director: Crystal Deroche
Location: Ambrosia Hall

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