Bonang “Queen B” Matheba shares snaps and video with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, after she was speaking in Houston at the Twitter #OneTeam 2020 Conference moderated by Twitter’s Global Director of Social and Editorial, Alphonzo Ball.outh African television darling and businesswoman
Bonang Matheba has won awards for her online influence, including starting her own champagne brand, BNG.
Twitter #OneTeam is about working together and last year CEO of Twitter and the mobile-payments company Square, Jack Dorsey announced that he would return and move to the African continent for at least three months this year (2020).
According to Business Insider, Jack Dorsey was touring and exploring African countries such as Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa.
“Sad to be leaving the continent…for now,” Dorsey tweeted in November. “Africa will define the future (especially the bitcoin one!). Not sure where yet, but I’ll be living here for 3-6 months mid-2020.”
Jack Dorsey also tweeted a picture of his third 10-day vipassana meditation in South Africa.
“Finished my 3rd vipassana 10-day at Dhamma Pataka in South Africa. (It) continues to be the toughest and best thing I do for myself. Grateful for all those who enable me to make time for it. And thank you to Pataka for being so incredible,” wrote Jack Dorsey.
However, Business Insider reports that the majority of his trip appears to have been spent meeting with the tech community across the country.
On Wednesday at 3:36 am (CAT) Bonang Matheba thanked Twitter for having her at the #OneTeam 2020 Conference.
“Thank you, Twitter for having me! What a vibe,” wrote Bonang Matheba.
Bonang is not just an award-winning social media influencer, she’s also securing the bag as a versatile entertainment powerhouse, reality star, and a flourishing businesswoman.