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PHOTOS| 5 female celebrities with own alcohol brands


Bonang Matheba

The well-known personality from television is a part of the Cap Classique Producers Association. She is the proprietor of The House of BNG, which she has stated for a very long time has been her passion. The fact that Bonang enjoys champagne served as the inspiration for this project. The dominance of Bonang Matheba's House of BNG in the South African premium beverage sector continues to grow. One of the first authentic sparkling wines to be packaged in a can by a South African premium beverage brand, BNG Nectar is the company's newest and most innovative product.

Kelly Khumalo

The musician released Controversy, a locally produced premium gin that is prepared with a perfect combination of five botanical ingredients and aims to highlight the untamed side of life. It has undergone a total of six distillations. The inspiration for Controversy Gin came from Kelly's strength, presence, and grace, as well as her ability to be unabashedly outspoken while maintaining her femininity.

Thulo Boitumelo

When the rapper and businesswoman made the announcement that she was launching her BT Signature cider line, she gave the phrase "life is peachy" a new and more accurate meaning. Her direct message box was brimming with well wishes and congrats.

There is a wide selection of sparkling fruit drinks, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, available at Boity's BT Signature. This is a rather bold move on their part, as these beverages can already be purchased from Shoprite LiquorShop locations all around the country.

DJ Zinhle

This year, a local producer, DJ, and business owner decided to introduce a new sparkling wine variety called Luxury Nectar MCC Signature Edition to her collection of sparkling wines. In October of the year 2020, the recipient of the Forbes Africa award for entertainer of the year purchased shares in the sparkling wine drink Boulevard Nectar Rosè and assumed the role of CEO.

Khanyi Mbau

The pink gin is packaged in a bottle made of glass, and Nicole was a contributor to the design of the gold label that was created by the company Copper & Malt.


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