Take a peek inside the home of reality TV star Nonku Williams [photos]


Founder of Ashes to Beauty Winery and The real housewives of Durban (RHOD) Reality star Nonku Williams shared glimpses of her gorgeous home on Instagram.

Who is Nonku Williams?

According to ZAlebs, the Real housewives the franchise has just expanded and Durban is the next city to show us what they’re made of. With the broadcast of the first episode, housewives are already causing a sensation.

The first episode was aimed at an “elephant in the room” which centered on the fact that most of the “housewives” knew each other, with the exception of Nonku Williams. And so, while the housewives have found out who she is, Nonku’s house is apparently quite impressive as well:

It is said that Nonku is also apparently in construction and is the mother of three children.

A look inside Nonku Williams’ house

RHOD is the 24th international edition – and the second South African – of The Real housewives franchise, which is distributed internationally by NBCUniversal Formats, a division of Universal Studio Group. The new show is expected to build on the popularity of The real housewives of Johannesburg, which was one of the 10 most aired local series on Showmax in 2019.

New episodes land every Friday, with the second on February 5, the third on February 12, and the fourth episode on February 19, when we meet the sixth “housewife of the series,” Nonkanyiso Conco, who owns a brand of beauty Laconco Naturals.

Valen’tino Mathibela (Lebo M – Coming Home, The Real Housewives of Johannesburg, Survivor SA, The Voice SA) is the director of the reality TV series, with production by Let It Rain Films and creative direction by Lee Doig. Doig won an Emmy for his photography on Survivor United States and won nine other nominations for his work over the 34 seasons of the hit series.

“Watching these women grow up in pursuit of their dreams and become bigger people in situations they never saw coming was such a joy,” says Valen’tino. “They were also very generous with their personal stories, which gave us exactly what we were looking for with this show.”

RHOD will eventually be available in over 40 African countries, bringing the sassy, ​​spicy and salty taste of Durban to the continent.


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