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Bonang on Being Bonang season 2 and international travel

2018-04-06 08:00
Bonang Matheba (Photo: Gallo Images)

Johannesburg – Speaking to The Juice at an exclusive Courvoisier event in Johannesburg on Wednesday, Bonang Matheba let us in on what to expect from season 2 of her reality show, Being Bonang, and also told us what else she has in store for 2018.  

The TV personality, who joined the Courvoisier family in 2017, helped welcome the brand’s latest member Anatii at a lavish event.

Speaking about her own partnership with the cognac, Bonang says Courvoisier was there for many of her major milestones.

“Courvoisier was there when I was launching my book in Sandton and they supported when I launched my reality show and my app. They’ve really kind of been a support system for me in terms of the behind-the-scenes.” 

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As for what 2018 has to offer, the presenter says this is an "international year" for her: “It’s going to be a fantastic year. I’m in a different space in my life, I’m in a different space in my career. A lot of the things that I’m going to do are all international.

"I’m spending a lot less time in South Africa – it’s bittersweet. Just from January to March I’ve been to Zambia, Zimbabwe, London, Lagos, Malawi, [and] Kenya. All those projects are still going to roll out.” 

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Bonang also made the announcement that her reality show Being Bonang will be returning for a second season, adding that this season “is a lot more international”.  

Taking a look back on the first season of her show, the star says her favourite episode would have to be her 30th birthday.

“It’s still up there with the best. It was the most-watched episode throughout the season and I loved it because I don’t share a lot of my life with people, and the fact that they could see my family, see how we really are, was really important."

"I’m learning to share a little bit of myself as time goes,” she adds.