Bonang Matheba leaving South Africa

Bonang Matheba leaving South Africa

Bonang Matheba leaving South Africa

Bonang Matheba is set to leave South Africa as early as next year. The media personality recently revealed that she is heading for the States during an interview on Metro FM.

There have been many rumours over the years of the starlet moving overseas and it seems she has confirmed them.

Bonang was speaking on the Morning Flava Show. She spoke about her upcoming show, A Very Bonang Year, and also discussed her future plans. The media mogul is said to have received a lot of promising offers in the USA and is willing to explore them.

Although it will be very disappointing to see her go, we know that Queen B will do big things in the States. She will be joining other South African celebs like Trevor Noah and Nomzamo Mbatha, both of whom are doing amazing in America.

Bonang Matheba may be joining Nomzamo Mbatha in America soon.

Meanwhile, Nomzamo Mbatha will sadly be saying goodbye to home soil once again to return to her big life back in America.

Sis is doing the most and we respect her sacrifice and hustle. This coronavirus left many stranded, some happier where they were and others not so much. Nomzamo was lucky enough to be with her family.

Briefly reported that Nomzamo has just a few days left in South Africa before she jumps on a plane and goes back to her life in America.

In similar news, Briefly reported that Trevor Noah is flying the South African flag high in America and has made us proud yet again.

The internationally-renowned comedian bagged a total of six Emmy nods for his late-night show, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. The nominees were announced on Tuesday evening and Trevor Noah’s odds are looking good to scoop the prestigious award.

His show is nominated in: Variety Talk Series, Writing for a Variety Series, Directing for a Variety Series, Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special, Picture Editing for Variety Programming, and Short Form Non-Fiction or Reality Series categories.


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