Ronnie Nonyane

I am Ronnie Nonyane

Good day, I’m Ronnie and I have been working with Pam Golding Properties since 2006. I specialise in sales in the Lydenburg area. I realize that selling property is all about selling a client’s biggest investment. That is why I take the time to educate clients about owning and preserving their greatest asset, their property. Get in touch and let’s discuss how I can help you with your property requirements.

I was born in Duiwelskloof to my parents who were both teachers. We led a nomadic life, living in Rusplaas, Steelpoort, Boerboomkraal (Motsepula), Middelburg (Mhluzi) and then finally Lydenburg. I completed my secondary education and became a teacher at Leolo in Burgerfort in 1977. After that a mutual friend who was working for CMI got me a job and I worked there for a year, from 1978 to 1979.

I then got recruited to work at Standard bank in Lydenburg. We would do agency work, travelling every morning to Steelpoort, Burgersfort and Penge mine where we would travel with trunks full of cash, with no security. I left Standard bank to take up employment at Old Mutual in 1986. I became a District Manager in 1990 leading a group of 9 representatives. In 1995 I was recruited back to Standard bank to be their in house broker. I left in 2004 and started my own insurance broking practice, specializing in wealth creation and short term insurance.

I started at Pam Golding Properties Lydenburg in 2006. I therefore have almost 10 years’ experience in the real estate industry and have been with Pam Golding Properties for almost a decade. I am passionate about changing people’s lives and I presently hold an NQF 5 in Wealth Management. I really enjoy working for a prestigious company such as Pam Golding Properties.

I also get invited in our local radio station where I give a talk on the steps in acquiring a property, since owning a property in something foreign, especially to the African people. Lydenburg is slowly growing because of the mines in the area and people are now starting to see the need to own their own property in Lydenburg because of the growth.