10. BONANG MATHEBA
Also known as Queen B, Bonang Matheba has curated one of the most distinguishable lux brands in South Africa. The 29 year old media personality juggles various gigs, including a popular slot on Metro FM (‘The Front Row’), Top Billing and Afternoon Express (both on SABC 3).
In addition to these steady paycheques, Matheba is also the brand ambassador for global mega brands Revlon, Ciroc , Brazilian footwear brand Ipanema, as well as a lingerie line at Woolworths.
She bagged R500 000 when she replaced Trevor Noah as an MTV African Music Awards host in earlier this year.
Matheba is also currently penning a book about her experiences in showbiz. Check out the 10 Things everyone is dying to see in that book HERE, as soon you as you’re done of course.
Various sources, including The Citizen, have reported Bonang’s net worth to be over R7,2 million.
9. DJ BLACK COFFEE
He is one of the biggest house music producers South Africa has seen.
And now that he’s gaining solid global relevance, Black Coffee has joined the list of South African celebrities who are making money in several currencies around the world.
The ‘We Dance Again‘ hitmaker, who is also the founder of Soulistic Records – a music label that has housed some of the biggest house music DJs and producers like Culoe De Song, DJ Shimza and Da Capo amongst others, is cashing big money from his hectic international touring schedule.
Mr. Coffee’s total net worth is currently estimated at $1.5 million. That’s over R20 million!
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