The latest edition of Glam Africa magazine z
features one of the country’s biggest media personality, TV and radio host,
Bonang Matheba who has a staggering 1.1 million following. She talks to
Glam Africa about the role Social Media has played in her life, her upcoming
book, personal life and future plans.
created a new mode of success and the celebrity world of today. Hoping this
issue will positively impact and inspire readers, it also explores social
media’s contribution to society’s perception of Africa as a whole. How the
indigenous content on social media paints the continent in positive light and the
positive effects on the perception, relevance and even economic performance the
continent will experience as social media matures.
UK and South Africa, Glam Africa is now available to the world via digital or
print purchase/subscription at glamafrica.com/magazine.
don’t know how many people know about that. I was diagnosed when I was five
years old and I’ve been living with asthma all my life.
it is beautiful, the culture there is incredible. It’s one of my favourite
holiday destinations, because it’s very global, very European, but it’s
quintessential South Africa – the markets there and so many things come
together beautifully; our fashion, our music, our people. Cape Town really
personifies how beautiful South Africa is and what a great nation I think we
love London and I love Los Angeles. And I love Mauritius.
power bank to charge my cell phone, a pair of sunglasses, my asthma pump and my
I absolutely love him; I’ve worked with him numerous times over the years and
he just gets better and better. Internationally it has to be Balmain; I have
huge respect for Olivier.
the Kardashians – I love what they wear, I love their family and I just love
their online presence on social media. I get a lot of style inspiration from
FashioBombDaily – their owner, Claire Sulmers, who I have great respect for,
and I also stalk Chrissy Teigen who I find really, really, really funny.