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Field Journalism

"She fearlessly confronted brick wielding corrupt municipal officials, didn’t flinch speaking to gang members in the heart of our ganglands and journeyed through ghettos with nerves of steel."


Bernadette Maguire

Carte Blanche Producer

 "What has impressed me most, is Bonita’s ability to focus on the task at hand, she immerses herself in the story, always present and eager to find solutions when problems arise offering insightful views helping to build the story."


Nicky Troll

Carte Blanche Producer

TV Presenting

 "Bonita always impressed me with her hard work, dedication to the task, attention to detail and most importantly, her enthusiasm for the task at hand."


Glen Marques


Voice Artist

"Over the years I've worked with Bonita she has been an absolute professional.

She offers creative input & is always happy to re-record until the client is 100% happy."


Floris Brand:

Business Owner & Sound Engineer

Mt Kilimanjaro Expedition

"Rated top 20 out of 200 climbs and top 2 of the most difficult climbs by some of the Sherpers, it was most certainly an unforgettable experience and one that I will always treasure." ~Bonita 

In 2010, Bonita set out to climb the highest freestanding mountain in the world, Mt Kilimanjaro.

Quick facts about Kilimanjaro:

  • It's one of the 7 Summits of the world

  • 5895m high

  • Highest mountain in Africa 

  • Every year 22000 attempt Mt Kili, only 45% summit, majority are women.

  • 6 days up, 1 day down


Led by sporting legend, Wimbledon Champion Martina Navratilova, a group of 28 people from all over world - Greece, US, UK, SA, German and more set out to climb Kili and raise funds for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.  

It rained from day one and snowed from day 3!  Of course there was no bathing, no toilets and no luxuries for 7 days. But everyone seemed in high spirits and forged on, come rain, snow and freezing cold!  

After 6 days of grueling climbing, 18 eventually summited this beautiful giant. Spending only 30 minutes on its peak, they headed for lower ground where the altitude was more forgiving.

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