Bonang Matheba nominated for E! People's Choice Award

Bonang Matheba nominated for E! People's Choice Award

10.9.2019

Bonang Matheba nominated for E! People's Choice Award

Other local celebrities nominated in the category include Minnie Dlamini Jones and Cassper Nyovest.

Tuesday 10 September 2019 - 4:00pm Media personality Bonang Matheba during an interview with Azania Mosaka on the ‘Real Talk’ on June 18, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Getty JOHANNESBURG - South African media personality Bonang Matheba is among the nominees for this year’s African Influencer category at the E! People's Choice Awards. Taking to social media on Monday, Matheba announced the news to her followers and asked for their votes. READ: Read more: eNCA

Mzansi stars nominated for People's Choice AwardsThe inaugural African Influencer of the Year category will give recognition to Africa at the Hollywood awards with 43 categories in movies, music, television and pop culture. | EmmanuelTjiya

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