Nonku Wiliams goes from ‘RHOD’ star to ‘minister’. Images via Instagram @nonku_williams.

From ‘RHOD’ star to ‘minister’: Nonku Williams shares her journey

‘Real Housewives of Durban’ star Nonku Williams opened up about becoming a ‘minister’ after the abuse she endured.


Nonku Wiliams goes from ‘RHOD’ star to ‘minister’. Images via Instagram @nonku_williams.

Reality star and businesswoman Nonku Williams opened up about how the abuse she endured has led to her feeling like she has a ministry. 


Nonku Williams explained that she believes that she is here to help the next person after the abuse she endured. She went on to say that she feels like she has a ministry to help and inspire other women out there. 

“I definitely believe everything I went through in terms of abuse, I believe God put me where I am today because it’s not about us, it’s definitely to help the next person. So I feel that I have a ministry, which is for us as women to help and inspire women out there that they can make it. Especially women that are being abused or lacking and all of that, that’s my ministry,” she said to Tshisa Live. 

Nonku said she would really like to tell people what God has done for her so she can inspire them

“I really want to soar, just be out there and preach and tell people what God has done and to inspire people and to be led by the holy spirit to do things that He has put in my heart,” she continued. 

‘Real Housewives of Durban’ star Nonku Williams. Images via Instagram @nonku_williams.

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This comes after Nonku opened up about her struggle with anxiety on an episode of the Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) season two.

“I’ve been meaning to bring up… I don’t know if this is the platform because things are a bit intense now. So maybe I needed this moment right here. I wasn’t sure if I was going to do it but I had a lengthy talk with Sorisha,” she said.

“I’ve been hinting that I’m going through some stuff… because there is just a lot on my plate. A lot of things that I’m dealing with, you know? Being a single parent and there’s is a lot on me. I don’t want to call it a burden but at times I just feel so alone that I had to really, really look into this thing (consuming alcohol) that you guys said you were concerned about,” she continued.

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