Women’s Lifestyle Expo High Tea set to attract who’s who of South African businesswomen

Nonku Ntshona – An award-winning, young black entrepreneur

The principle partner of Nonku Ntshona & Associates Quantity Surveyors LTD, Nonku has built up a successful organisation, working on top projects within South Africa and internationally. She won the young black entrepreneur of the Year Metropolitan Oliver award in 2010, and was selected as a South African representative to attend the 2011 African Women’s Entrepreneurship Programme (AWEP) in the US in 2011. In 2013, she received the International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge Foundation (IWEC) award. Received the Nelson Mandela University Alumni Rising Star Award in 2017. Nonku has extensive qualifications and sits on a number of boards and committees including the Women Property Network, South African Property Owner’s Association Property Development Programme; Chair of South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners Communication, Events and Marketing as well as Board Member, and member of We Connect International.

Michelle Korevaar – A social entrepreneur

A marketing strategist by trade, Michelle established SPICE4LIFE.co.za in 2005, a media platform that publishes good-news stories, providing a voice to their network members of over 30 000 women. Michelle has served on various global boards, passionately pursuing strategic gap points with stakeholders across sectors in her belief that we all have the power to be the change the world needs. This year she launched ChangeMakersHub, a tech-enabled network that profiles social entrepreneurs – charitable entities helping those who need it most.


Gugulethu Mhlungu – Youngest ever station manager and panel moderator

When it comes to South African media legends, Gugulethu Mhlungu is a powerful young voice cutting across the distracting chatter of day-to-day conversation. Starting as the youngest ever station manager in the country’s broadcast history at Rhodes Music Radio, Gugulethu has continued this upward trajectory. This award-winning features’ writer, radio presenter, and editor (currently deputy editor of BONA Magazine) boasts a decade of both on and off-air media roles, and continues to contribute to South African public discourse in much-needed and incisive ways.

Tickets to the High Tea are R650 per person – which includes access to the entire Women’s Lifestyle Expo – and can be bought from www.itickets.co.za. With limited space available, you’re urged to book now to avoid disappointment.

In addition to the exclusive High Tea experience, the Women’s Lifestyle Expo – brought to you by FMI – promises an extensive, all-encompassing programme for every age. You can expect:

·         Informative talks on health, financial and lifestyle by industry experts

·         Incredible #foodforwoman by OPEN Food Group, official food partner

·         On-trend fashion styles, accessories and cosmetics

·         Pamper sessions and beauty treatments

·         Networking opportunities with South Africa’s leading influencers

Women’s Lifestyle Expo details:

When:           Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September.

Times:           Saturday, 29 September 9.30am to 8pm.

Sunday, 30 September 9.30am to 6pm.

Venue:           Montecasino Piazza

Tickets:          R180 per person per day for a general entry ticket.


Don’t miss your chance to experience the ultimate Women’s Lifestyle Expo. Tickets are available at www.itickets.co.za.