Nonku Ntshona

Principle Director

Nonku Ntshona started her career with Rousseau Probert Elliot Quantity Surveyors in Port Elizabeth. She then joined Bham Tayob Khan Matunda in Johannesburg, after which she joined Turner and Townsend as a Quantity Surveyor. Whilst at Turner and Townsend she worked her way to Associate Partner over a period of seven years to head up the retail and mixed use development sector within the cost management division. Her level of project experience includes infrastructure developments in the mining industry, roll out projects in the automotive sector, office developments, retail developments, housing developments, commercial mixed use developments and watching brief projects. Her international experience includes leading and managing office and mixed use development projects in the Republic of Tanzania and Zambia.

Nonku Ntshona has the following qualifications:

  • MSc (Property Development and Management) (University of Witwatersrand)
  • Post Graduate Diploma (Property Development and Management) (University of Witwatersrand)
  • B-Tech (Quantity Surveying) (Pretoria Technikon)
  • National Diploma (Building) (Port Elizabeth Technikon)
  • Property Development Programme (University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business)
  • Property Intermediate Programme (University of Pretoria)

Nonku Ntshona is a registered Quantity Surveyor with the South African Council for Quantity Surveyors (PrQS). She is also a registered member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) of the United Kingdom She is a professional member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (PMAQS)

Nonku Ntshona is a Board member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS) and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU).

Nonku Ntshona, is affiliated with the Business Women's Association of South Africa (BWA). She is the executive board member of the Women Property Network (WPN) and a committee member of the South African property Owner's Association (SAPOA) Property Development Programme.

She won the young black entrepreneur of the Year Metropolitan Oliver award in 2010. Nonku Ntshona was selected as a South African representative to attend the 2011 African Women's Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP) in the United States of America during the month of September and October 2011.