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Too much money: A look into Bonang Matheba’s multi million House and Cars

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"Queen B," as Bonang Matheba is known, is living her finest life. With a jaw-dropping net worth of $7.2 million, she is used to living a luxury life that she enjoys (over R100 million) (over R100 million). Bonang is one of the wealthiest persons in South African media. She has bought costly automobiles and a multi-million-rand mansion in one of South Africa's most beautiful estates with some of her hefty wages.

Her luxurious lifestyle reveals that she has done well for herself as a radio host, TV personality, and businesswoman.

Which Estate Is Bonang Matheba’s House?

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In 2018, the 34-year-old TV anchor bought a stunning, modern home on a serene country estate. The mansion of Bonang Matheba sits in the Waterfall County estate in Midrand, Gauteng. The estate is noted for its high-end amenities like squash courts, a clubhouse, contemporary security, and a gym.

People say that Bonang Matheba's mansion, which has a very lovely interior, is worth roughly R14 million. It boasts one of the most gorgeous living rooms with a black-and-white theme. So it's little wonder that the woman who established House of BNG calls her magnificent home "a slice of heaven."

Features of Bonang Matheba’s House

After showing the Top Billing Team around her multimillion-rand property in June 2018, Bonang Matheba became the object of unending controversy and talk. Even yet, the TV host who has won several honors doesn't care what people say, and she still shows photographs of her gorgeous home on social media.

The ultramodern mansion where Bonang Matheba resides in is roughly 400m2. It was created by Queen B and Joanne Reynolds, who also worked with Jessica Hofmeyr on the interior design.

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For the design, exposed steel, wood, and concrete were used to give the outside of the house an industrial elegance. The modern home contains a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, three bedrooms, a garden, a glam room, a well-decorated stairway, a swimming pool, a patio with a white-and-black theme, and spaces to rest.

In the December/January 2019 issue of SA Home Owner Magazine, the house was displayed. Here's a glimpse inside the magnificent house.


Bonang Matheba's staircase is adorned in a way that displays how creative and competent she is. It's not only composed of bare concrete, but it's also lined with gorgeous photo frames that tell the tale of how she became famous.


In the living room of the mansion, there is a touch of marble and an L-shaped sofa with a set of stylish coffee tables. On the walls, there are also enormous black-and-white prints.

What's inside Bonang Matheba's home (Image Source)

Glitzy Lounge

Bonang Matheba's glam room is arguably the most stunning space in the entire home. It contains a large illuminated mirror, a dresser, a shelf for shoes and bags, and a clothing rack.

What's inside Bonang Matheba's home (Image Source)

In terms of automobiles, what is Bonang Matheba's most expensive?

Bonang Matheba uses social media to boast about the lavish lifestyle she has worked so hard to achieve. She has a penchant for flashy automobiles, which she affectionately refers to as "baby girls."

She has a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG, a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, a Maybach S500, a BMW i8, a Range Rover Sport, and a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG. All of these automobiles are exquisite. The most costly vehicle is the Mercedes Benz G-Wagon, which may cost more than R3 million.

Merc G-Wagon, in Particular (over R3 million)

A luxury vehicle was Bonang Matheba's Valentine's Day gift to herself in 2015. The value of the car, which boasts a V-8 turbo engine, exceeds R3 million.


Climate control that adjusts itself automatically

The On/Off Switch for the Motor

A touch screen device

Mechanically assisted steering

The maximum speed is 250 kilometers per hour.

S500 Maybach (R1.6 million-R3.2 million)

Bonang's Maybach S500 is a prized possession with an estimated value of R1.6–R3.2 million. She gets around Mzansi in a sedan-like vehicle she calls a "super ride."



A V-8 engine.

Brake assist system LCD panel 9-speed transmission

AMG C63 Mercedes-Benz (R2 million)

The South African celebrity just added this Mercedes-Benz sports car to her collection. The Mercedes-Benz C63 is rumored to cost around R2 million.

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Engine configuration with a V-8 cylinder layout

Transmission with automatic gearshifts.

Rearview mirror that may be adjusted electrically

The use of alloy wheels

The maximum speed is 250 kilometers per hour.

BMW i8 (over R2.3 million)

Bonang Matheba has often posted photos of herself with her BMW i8 on Instagram and other social media. The luxury vehicle is one of her favorites. In excess of R2.3 million.

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Hybrid body type


Capacity for four people

Forward-facing fog lamps

4.4 seconds of acceleration

Sport Range Rover (over R1 million)

One can reasonably assume that Her Majesty, Queen B., has a limit to the number of Ferraris and other similarly priced automobiles she can keep in her garage. She has a Range Rover Sport valued more than R1 million. No one knows exactly when she made the purchase of the luxury vehicle, although she has been spotted driving it within the last few years.

Cars owned by Bonang Matheba (Image Source)


SUV body type

Automatic transmission\sLED Tailights

Displacement (in cc) of the engine: 2997 V-6

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