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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK - BONANG & TOKE! RED CARPET TWIN SLAYERS FOR TW MAGAZINE NOVEMBER / DECEMBER COVER ISSUE

I have always wondered if Nigeria's Media Personality Toke Makinwa and South Africa's Media Personality Bonang Matheba knew they have a lot in common, and if they can just collaborate on something! I like to refer to them as the media fraternal twins.

Today's Woman Magazine recently brought one of my thoughts to life by featuring this two On air personalities, Red carpet slayers and media entrepreneurs on their 2016 November / December issue.
I love the magazine cover because it featured like minds and powerful young women together, it is creative and artistic!

Toke makinwa dished out some hints on the inspiration behind her book #OnBecoming while Bonang Matheba gives us an insight on her Fashionable lifestyle. You can visit www.twmagazine.net or follow Tw on their social media platforms @TwMagazineNg for more pictures, You can buy the magazine from your local vendors or online.

Photo Credit- @TwMagazineNg on Instagram.

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