Question: Did Australopithecus Africanus have a face like a bonobo?
Answer: A. africanus is nothing but an old ape skull. It’s no different than any ape skull, but it’s made into a hominid by modelers that give it human characteristics.
A. africanus and bonobos both have (1) laid back foreheads like any ape, (2) large brow ridges like any ape (3) small craniums like any ape (4) 45 degree protruding jaws like any ape. They both have “U” shaped dental arches, again like any ape. Humans have “V” shaped dental arches. They are both apes. Modelers and artists from the Smithsonian and Nat Geo and the like “evolve” old ape skulls into “hominids”. A. africanus is just an old ape skull.
Here is the model made by the Smithsonian. Notice that model forehead is much more vertical and human-like than the skull, the cranium is much larger on the model, the model’s brow ridges are much smaller. The model is given human hair, human skin, human eyes with 50% sclera showing, human-like expression. A. africanus is nothing but an old ape skull, but the folks at the Smithsonian want you to think you are looking at your ancestor.
So, to answer your question, yes, A. africanus has a face like an ape since it is nothing but an ape.