Bonang Matheba reveals that she will be styling herself for the Miss SA pageant

South African personality and fashion icon, Bonang Matheba, revealed that she would be styling herself for the Miss South Africa pageant this year, much to the public’s surprise.

The national superstar, who has also made a name for herself internationally, is known for, amongst other things, her iconic ensembles which showcase her extravagant taste and limitless budget. Bonang shared a tweet today, 7 August 2019, which announced the official commencement of the Miss South Africa 2019 rehearsals. A fan enquired about her highly anticipated wardrobe for the pageant, To which she responded, “Styling myself this year, wish me luck!”.

This year serves as the second consecutive year that Matheba will play host for the annual pageant. In 2018, she adorned four different creations designed by Fouad Sarkis Couture and Steven Khalil. The starlet opened the evening with a blood-red off-the-shoulder ballgown which was accessorized with an Odd Commodities NY butterfly headpiece by Brittny Woods. This year, Matheba’s plans to style herself has left fans wondering if she will be able to top last year’s memorable opener.

Bonang is known for working with some of the industry’s most well-respected designers such as Gert-Johan Coetzee, Law Roach and Harrison Crite. In a recent episode of Being Bonang, which aired on Friday, 19 July 2019, the host was seen faced with a missing stylist, moments before she took the stage at the PSL Awards in Durban in May 2019. Fans shared their speculations on social media, with many stating that could be the reason why she has chosen to take control of this year’s Miss SA wardrobe.


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