Ipeleng is the founder and CEO of Motseng Investment Holdings a diversified investment holdings group with investments spanning asset management, property management, infrastructure investing, logistics and industrial manufacturing. She is the SAPOA President for 2018/2019. A pioneering entrepreneur, she established the first black woman owned CCTV business and subsequently co-founded Motseng Investment Holdings (MIH) a diversified investment holdings group in 1998. In November 2012, shareholders of Motseng Investment Holdings listed Delta Property Fund*, a leading black managed and substantially black owned property loan stock company on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange with an asset value of R2bn, today the asset value is circa R7bn.
She holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree, has completed The Executive Development Programme at Wits Business School and is an Archbishop Tutu Fellow. Ipeleng has served on various boards of unlisted and listed businesses, public sector agencies and non-profit organisations. She is currently a non-executive director of KAP Industrial*, Nampak*, ATTACQ⃰ and South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA)
During her 20-year entrepreneurial career, Ipeleng has been named the Cosmopolitan Mover of the Year 2006. In 2008, she was named one of CEO magazines Most Influential Women in Business. Soon after that, Ipeleng was featured in The Times (March 2012) as one of 20 Movers and Shakers in Africa and was featured by Destiny Magazine’s 25 Most Inspirational Entrepreneurs (July 2013). In November 2015 she was awarded Pioneer Woman of the Year Award by Forbes Woman Africa and in 2016 she was awarded the Standard Bank Topco Top Woman In Property Award.