What to expect from Being Bonang 2

Bonang Matheba (Photo: Getty)
Bonang Matheba (Photo: Getty)

Cape Town - The hit reality TV show, Being Bonang, which chronicles the glamorous life of Africa's most sought after entertainment personality and multi-award winning presenter and style icon, Bonang Matheba, returns to our screens on May 4th, at 19:30, on 1 Magic DSTV Channel 103.

"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 Bonang.

The local TV personality recently returned from London where she was invited to celebrate the inspirational life of Madiba as the MC of the Global Gift Nelson Mandela Centenary dinner, one of London's most distinguished annual charity events. 

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Season one enthralled fans with a slice of Brand Bonang, seeing the queen share all from intimate moments and personal struggles to building an African empire. She shared highs and lows with front row seats to what it really entailed to Being Bonang.

Not to mention learning the fascinating lingo of Benglish along the way!

Back by popular demand, season two picks up where season one left off, this time stepping it up to new levels where we see Brand Bonang positioned globally, with a new crew, all the while living the high life with Moghel Pinky girl and boo Sefiso.

"We are excited to have Bonang return to our channel for a second season of the reality show, Being Bonang,  says Reneilwe Sema, Director of Local Entertainment Channels at M-Net. Season one of the show resonated with our viewers and we believe the new season will surpass that"

Diving right back into this grueling work ethic, in Being Bonang 2, fans will not only experience Bonang's action-packed, globetrotting world, but will also be afforded a glimpse into her personal growth, emotions and private moments. 

Being Bonang, 1Magic, DStv channel 103, Fridays, 19:30.

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