Kgosi Modisane
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4 May 2018
12:51 pm

Queen B is back for more in ‘Being Bonang’ season 2

Kgosi Modisane

Season two picks up with the newly single Matheba having fun and living large with friends and family.

Bonang Matheba

Following a sensational first season filled with drama, suspense and riveting controversy, SA media queen Bonang Matheba exposed all there was in living her life on and off the camera in her reality show titled Being Bonang.

From the stresses of planning a huge birthday soirée marking her 30th, to jetting across the country and globe attending and hosting events and award ceremonies.

“So much has happened since the first season of Being Bonang. I’ve entered my thirties, and not only have I moved and pushed my brand globally, but I have also changed and amended my personal perspectives on life. I’m super excited to share these moments with my fans,” says Matheba.

From left: Tebogo Mekgwe, Lynn Forbes and Bonang Matheba. Image: Instagram

With her trusted cousin Tebogo Mekgwe, better known as Pinky girl, by her side, who brought her nonchalant, unbothered persona into every situation the two found themselves in, the dynamic duo coined a range of Tswana terms like moghel (girlfriend), go monate (it’s fun) and wa-tlhaloganya (do you understand me).

Season two picks up with the newly single Matheba having fun and living large with friends and family.

Fans can also look forward to the return of failed personal assistant Sefiso, who left the show in season one because of work pressures.

Catch the return of Being Bonang on DStv, channel 103, today at 7.30pm.

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