Bonang Matheba makes big moves as she prepares to launch her new app

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Fresh from producing the record-breaking A Very Bonang Year two-part documentary on SABC 1 and recently launching a new range for House of BNG, internationally-acclaimed media personality Bonang Matheba is getting ready to launch a new app.

Matheba recently shared news that she has partnered with MTN on her mobile app, “Bonang Matheba’s World”.

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The star took to her social media to share the news. 

“Excited to be joining the @MTNza Family... 780k strong, & counting...welcome to Bonang’s World... now available on Africa’s Largest Network,” she captioned the post.

See the post below: 

“As my world continues to grow, expand and innovate, I am especially honoured to partner with MTN and leverage this development in the mobile digital content space. I’m excited to be able to reach more fans and engage with them directly on Bonang Matheba’s World,” Matheba said in a press statement.

The app promises to be a daily all-access pass to non-stop adventure and exclusive content.

From behind the scenes footage at photo shoots & events, music video playlists as well as special tips on make-up and hair styling products. It will also let subscribers in on the star's favorite places to hang out and the latest fashion trends. 

Fans will be able to communicate with Bonang through the app. 

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This is not the star's first venture into the digital space as 2017 saw her partner up with Cell C for her app, Bonang By Cell C and an emoji pack called B*Moji.

Like Bonang By Cell C, Bonang Matheba's World will also be available on Android and IOS.

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