– She wanted to be a TV presenter, and she did it.
– She wanted to conquer radio, and she made it effortless.
When she decided to get into the business of bubbly, she didn't let anything stand in her way and soon House of BNG was all the rage.
"I am going to venture into music. I want to start a record label, it is something I am busy with. I am hoping it will be a big success, it is my next big business venture after getting into wine and all these wonderful things,"
Speaking to Drum. Bonang said she is also going to be launching a non-alcoholic version of her House of BNG bubbly and a gender-based violence (GBV) app called B-Safe.
With the scourge of violence against women in the country, the app is in partnership with tech company Cartrack and is aimed at helping women report emergencies faster.
It is not the first time Bonang is venturing into the tech world. In 2017, she launched an app with Cell C which gave fans an intimate glimpse into her world.
All her big plans have been in the works for a while, which is why she's going to take time with the music project.
"Everything takes a lot of time, everything takes a lot of planning. If you look at my career, global expansion, everything comes with a lot of planning. Whether I am hosting Miss South Africa, campaigns with the House of BNG, everything comes with meticulous planning," she said.