South African media personality, Bonang Matheba recently celebrated her 31st birthday with an exquisite dinner which had close family and friends in attendance.
The television personality, radio host, and businesswoman turned 31 on the 25th of June and over the weekend she had two parties to celebrate in style.
Bonang, who is a Ciroc ambassador, was hosted to a party at Joburg’s Taboo nightclub on Sunday night with some of her close friends. Last night she had an elegant champagne dinner party as well.
Bonang Matheba (born June 25, 1987) is a South African television personality, radio host and businesswoman. Some of her career highlights include being the first South African celebrity to launch an online reality show, “B*Dazzled” (2011). The first Black South African to feature on the cover of FHM Magazine SA (2011).
The first South African star to cover Cleo Magazine SA (2011). The first and only face of international cosmetics brand, Revlon, outside of the USA (2013). The first South African to host the MTV EMA’s red carpet (2014).
The first South African to get their own E! News Special in Africa (2015). The first Black South African to cover Glamour Magazine SA (2014).
The National Assembly will make law to regulate what Nigerians do on social media, the Chairman Senate Committee on ICT and Cybercrime, AbdulFatai Buhari has said.
According to Dailytrust, Senator Buhari, who disclosed this on the sideline of the 2018 Cybersecurity Conference in Abuja on Tuesday, said social media should be regulated because many Nigerians are misusing it.
If left unregulated, he said, the activities on social media are capable of setting the country on fire, especially as the country approaches national election. He said: “We have got experts to advise us and we have presented a bill to the senate.
The bill has passed the first reading and it has been listed for the second reading.’’ He said a lot of Nigerians made false claims and false accusations...
Indian police have solved the murder of sub-inspector Meharbaan Ali, whose body was found in a sewage canal on Sunday morning.
The murder was allegedly planned by his own daughters and wife so that they could get jobs and a pension after his death and and because he refused to let them wear jeans and opposed the wife’s extramarital affair with her brother-in-law.
Police said the women had hired two contract killers from Muzaffarnagar to murder Ali. Police have taken the wife, Zahida, 52, and her daughters Zeenat, 22, Iram, 19, Alia, 18, and Saba, 26, into custody and have sent a team to Muzaffarnagar to search for the contract killers.
The accused wife has confessed to her guilt, officers said. The woman also said that Ali used to impose restrictions on the daughters against their will.
There were three benefits which the family would have got after...
Meghan Markle ,the newly crowned Duchess of Sussex had a minor slip-up with royal posture protocol during Tuesday’s party at the Buckingham Palace — and PEOPLE’s Simon Perry captured the exact moment she realized it.
At official engagements royal women are supposed to cross their legs at the ankles or put both legs off to the side to maintain poise and posture.
After expertly demonstrating the “duchess slant” at numerous royal events in the past, Meghan seemed to innocently forget the pose when taking her seat beside Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace to celebrate a group of young leaders from across the world.
At first she accidentally crossed her legs, but she quickly recovered, uncrossing her legs at the knee and slanting them to the side. See her “whoops” moment in the clip below.