Mashilo Pitjeng – is the Chief Executive at TseboREAL Asset Management, a division of BLK Asset Solutions, and a Director at the Academy of Construction and Real Estate (ACRE). BLK Asset Solutions is a real estate asset management consulting and risk management advisory firm.
Mashilo Pitjeng is a non-executive director at Pareto Limited; an independent director and a member of the Property Sector Charter Council; council member at the South African Council of Property Valuers Profession, chairperson of the Policy and Advocacy Committee at the SAIBPP and is a registered professional valuer. History of employment includes a role as Head of Valuations at ABSA-Barclays Africa; Asset Management Executive and Acting-CEO at the Joburg Property Company; Regional Property Head for MTN (South Africa), and an Asset Management Deputy Director at the National Department of Public Works.
▪ Pr. A.Val – South African Council of Property Valuation Profession (1998 – current)
▪ Member of the Institute of Directors Southern Africa (2008-current)
Matsie Tsotetsi is an Operations Manager at ACRE. For over 15 years, Matsie has been
a remarkable leader in the training and skills development space. You may know
her from her work as the Training Project Coordinator at Milzet Holdings. She played
a massive role in introducing learnerships and internshipsin the rural areas of KwaZulu Natal.
Matsie holds a Diploma in Logistics Management from the University of Johannesburg.
She also has upskilled herself with skills relevant to skills development, she has done courses such as Skills Development Facilitator (SDF), Mentoring and Coaching, Assessor and Moderator.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Thabiso Dlamini serves as the marketing and communications manager at the Academy of Construction & Real Estate (ACRE). He oversees the marketing and communication strategy of the organisation while ensuring growth in the African region. Prior to joining ACRE, Dlamini served as a senior account manager at SWM Communications and oversaw the implementation of marketing strategies for a wide variety of companies in the built environment industry.
He began his career at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health as an experiential training before joining ZASocial Media where he served as an intern. He has also had stints as a media analyst at Kwanda Media Monitoring and media process manager at Papasha Media. Dlamini holds a National Diploma in Public Relations from the University of South Africa (UNISA) and has also completed NQF level 4 and 5 courses from the same institution.