Your Girl B is Africa's favorite media darling, producer, businesswoman, model, & philanthropist, Global Citizen Ambassador, Influencer & style icon. 2022 Net Worth: $7 million

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The Queen B business hive: 1. 'Bonang Matheba Entertainment'. 2. The "BMoji" app. 3. Best-selling autobiographical book, From A to B. 4. Many endorsement deals.

5. Bonang's own luxury beverage line (from HOUSE OF BNG) includes Brut and Brut Rose Methode Cap Classique’s (MCC’s) & sold out in Woolworths, within the first week at R399 each.

6. A "clutch" of 4 slim 'BNG Nectar' cans with true sparkling wine, has a “gold rope handle” and is a popular and trendy.

7. Lingerie line "Distraction By Bonang" with Woolworths. 8. T-shirt "BONANG by Bonang Matheba", line with Superbalist. 9. Clothing line, "Just B" with Legit and a handbag collection "Baby Star".

Bonang. Boss Lady 1. First South African celebrity to launch an online reality show "B*Dazzled". 2. Revlon's 1st SA ambassador.

3. Forbes Women Africa: TOP 50 Power List. 4. “A Very Bonang Year” broke SABC records of people tuning in to a show. 5. Best Inspiration & Influence - Global Social Awards 6. Favourite Personality of the Year - DSTV Mzansi Viewers Choice Awards 7. Coolest Online Influencer - Sunday Times Generation Next Awards

8. Celebrity Icon - Glamour's Most Glamourous: Celebrity Icon Award 9. African Influencer of the Year - E! People’s Choice Awards. 10. Africa Ultimate Pop Culture Icon Award - E! People’s Choice Awards. 11. Celebrity Influencer Winner - Cosmo Magazine

12. Bonang appearances on TV include 21 shows, such as: Manhattan Fantasy Challenge, Live AMP, Afternoon Express, Clash of the Choirs SA, TOP Billing, Miss South Africa and BBC World News.

13. In partnership with the ONE Campaign, she fights extreme poverty, while also leading the #GirlsCount campaign.

“I believe that when you educate a girl child, you actually educate a community and you educate a family. As girls tend to become the head of the household, these young ladies pay their education forward; and an education is something that nobody can take away from you. It has a generational advantage and value.”

Creator of the Bonang Matheba Bursary Fund, she aims to provide tertiary education to 300 girls by the year 2025.

Even though Bonang now calls New York home, South Africa will always see her as one of ours.