Bonang's BNG Now Available in Botswana

The people are being given what they want!

By  | Oct 04, 2020, 08:05 AM  | Bonang Matheba  | Top of The

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Bonang Matheba's House of BNG fans better get their glasses ready as the South African personalities best-selling MCC is now available in the country.

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Queen B has finally given the people what they want by bringing the popular Mรฉthode Cap Classique (MCC) sparkling wine to the country after countless requests from her fans.
  
Bonang recently announced a huge milestone that the House of BNG has achieved. 
  
"....ya'll made BNG the number 1 selling MCC at Woolies! Thank you...to the top we go!" tweeted Bonang. 
  
The House of BNG comes in two variants Brut and Brut Rosรฉ and despite its extreme popularity some consumers have complained that it is too expensive for their pockets. 
  
The champagne brand was launched in 2019 and became popular, it was even named the MCC for Sun Met 2020 earlier this year. 
  
Her limited Prestige Reserve Brut MCC retailed at R799 per bottle and received a lot of criticism from people. 
  
"Being a Queen Bee means having everything a girl needs, including fabulous style and personality to match. Introducing my latest little guilty pleasure, BNG, a true indulgence for yours truly, with an elegant and refreshing taste profile," says Bonang about her product. 
  
Bonang has a good relationship with Botswana and has a strong fanbase in the country. In 2019 she hosted the annual YAMA Music Awards alongside Loungo Andre Pitse. 
  
Her experience of hosting the awards was documented on her reality show Being Bonang and viewers got to see her experience a wardrobe dilemma when her stylist was stuck in Kenya. 
  
As the country celebrates Independence Day on September 30, she tweeted to her 4.4 million followers a special tweet to Botswana, 
  
"Happy Independence Day Botswana!!" tweeted the star.
The South African personality is not only winning when it comes to her business she also is winning when it comes to her career. 
  
Bonang this year, debuted her two-part reality special 'A Very Bonang Year' raking in over two million views, which showed her amazing journey throughout 2019 as she began her journey to venture overseas. She also was announced as a part of Charlamagne Tha God's Black Effect podcast with iHeartMedia. 
  
The personality casually shared the news by retweeting the announcement article by Variety on Wednesday, 9 September 2020. 
  
Bonangโ€™s episode of the podcast is named, โ€œUntitledโ€, with the content of her feature yet to be shared. She is the only South African featured in the line-up. 

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