Bonang hopes to inspire women during Women’s Month with music festival
Queen B Bonang Matheba is celebrating the month of women, for women and by women at the Nubian Music Festival to be livestreamed from Sun City this weekend.
Bonang has always been about female empowerment, and on Saturday she will host the festival featuring Lady Zamar, Sho Madjozi, Amanda Black, Judith Sephuma and Aus Tebza.
The concert will be the first live-steam music event produced through her production company.
Queen B said she was excited to produce such a big event from her home province.
She said the event was meant to inspire women to realise their dreams.
“This is an important month for women to be inspired and to realise their dreams. This livestream intends to do just that with some of the country’s and Africa’s greatest female artists in their music fields."
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SOUTH AFRICA! We’re excited to announce the return of the #NubianMusicFest! You’re invited to celebrate the power and magic of Women with our first ever livestream experience honouring #Women's Month! Join our all-star line-up along with Host and Co-Producer @bonang_m Featuring the talent, passion, soul and positive female energy of @shomadjozi, @AusTebza , @amandablacksa , @lady_zamar and @judithsephuma. This is the music event not to be missed! Save the date: 29 August 2020 Tickets via @computicket: 🔗 IN BIO
Earlier this year the influencer was in talks to launch an app to keep women safe called B-Safe.
In an interview with City Press, the star said she wanted a practical solution to the surge in violence against women.
“I know so many women who have been affected by this gender-based violence in some way, shape or form. I have chosen not to simply respond vocally on social media, but rather to actively do something on the ground that can make a meaningful difference."