Matthew Booth’s Sidechick
Bongani Mthombeni-Möller left many in shock after she made her first Instagram post after being slammed on social media following Sonia Booth’s damaging expośe.

Read more: Sonia Booth exposes her husband, Matthew Booth, for cheating on her with Bongani Moller.

Bongani Mthombeni Moller was relatively unknown until yesterday when Sonia Booth named her as her husband Matthew Booth’s alleged mistress.

Social media users have been scrambling to find as much information about the Booths and Moller as after the cheating scandal broke.

Matthew Booth and his mistress have been trending on social following their steamy affair became public knowledge. The two are the most disliked people on social media at the moment.

Fans were shocked and disbelieving when Bongani finally made an Instagram post. She posted a video of herself working out and was heard saying, “Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy heart. No matter the circumstances. Let’s keep it moving and move on to the next.”

Matthew Booth’s career in soccer is well documented. He is a former centre-back for Bafana Bafana and played for numerous local clubs, including in Russia. Sonia was a well-known model.

The Booths were considered a power couple, so when Moller was named as an alleged third party in their marriage, it was only natural that people would wonder about who she was.

Who is Bongani Moller?

Bongani Moller
From her social media account, she has described herself as a director of Royal Haskoning DHV and a Virgin Active Ambassador.

Her other career focuses are on fitness, lifestyle, family, travel, fashion and business. “Living life to the absolute fullest,” Moller’s bio reads.

Although Bongani’s name was trending and talked about in many circles, she seemed unfazed on Tuesday morning as she posted her morning workout at a Virgin Active gym.

Moller is a married woman and has two sons with her husband.

Moller is a married woman
In her work life, she was once part of the advisory board for the University of Cape Town (UCT).

Bongani has a Master’s in Chemical Engineering from UCT. She also has many other qualifications, which she completed in executive courses at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, including Strategy Development and Execution, Expert Negotiation and Business Leadership.

Moller’s impressive resume continues, as she has experience as a Strategic Business Development Executive (SBDE) for SMEC South Africa, a progressive multidisciplinary engineering consulting firm.