I love change, I crave the adventure and adrenaline-induced high of stepping into the unknown, so I've always been fascinated by the idea of reinvention, having built a Twenty Four year long career in the media, print, television and film industry means I might have narrowed the idea of reinvention to only aesthetics, thank fully my perspective has evolved.
Dynamic businesswoman and TV personality, Bonnie Mbuli, proves that no matter how crazy and out of control your schedule may get, you can always spare a moment to step into dreamland. Why wear florals when you could be covered in them instead?
The much anticipated adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s award-winning young adult book series Noughts + Crosses has begun filming in South Africa for BBC One. It’s the story of two families separated by power and prejudice but forever entwined by fate. Bonnie plays the mother, Jasmine.
My hope is to start a conversation about depression Interview on Women24.com 10 October 2018 In light of World Mental Health Day, we share our October cover star’s self-care tips and what she wishes to achieve through her Instagram series, Let’s Talk About It.
Destiny Connect Article by Nomaswazi Nkosi. It’s about time we talk about it, too many lives are slipping away, too many people fighting alone in the dark, help is near, join me on my IGTV for the Conversations on Depression series, don’t be afraid to lean in and seek the help you need #letstalkaboutit #DepressionSeries
HOUSE AND LEISURE Inspiring SA star bonnie mbuli shares her take on urban living in Cape Town Posted: 07 March 2018 Text Lisa Wallace Photo Greg Cox Bonnie Mbuli is the quintessential high-flying soul sister with a glamorous life, demanding schedule and a deep love of natural hair.
10 Questions For: Bonnie Mbuli By CapeTownMagazine.com. How would you describe what you do for a living? I tell stories, I bring people's realities to the screen and make the human condition known and understood. I'm committed to telling them with truth and integrity.
Actress, TV presenter and author BONNIE MBULI, waxes lyrical about parenting boys, contributing to the fight against depression in Mzansi and celebrating 25 years in the entertainment industry.