MOTSENG BECOMES SIGNATORY TO
UN WOMEN WEP INITIATIVE
Motseng Investment Holdings is delighted to announce its commitment to the United Nations Global Compact and UN Women, Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEP) initiative at a signing ceremony in Midrand, Gauteng today.
Black female owned firms acquire Mott Macdonald Africa
Two leading black owned female firms have powered together to acquire 100 per cent equity of Mott Macdonald Africa in a bid to expand their market share and reshape its respective industries. Ipeleng Mkhari, CEO of Motseng Women Investments joins CNBC Africa for more.
Property Entrepreneur Accelerator
Kagiso Trust is deeply rooted in education. Socioeconomic development is key for us, and entrepreneurship is part of that. The property industry is a R5.8-trillion business, yet it’s at the top of the least-transformed sectors. Through this programme, we want to do something about it.” It is with these words that Mankodi Moitse, CEO of the Kagiso Trust, launched the Property Entrepreneur Accelerator Programme, PROPreneurX, at the Houghton Hotel in Johannesburg...
WOMEN OF MOTSENG
Motseng Investment Holdings (‘Motseng’) is a diversified Investment Holding Company with core investment’s in property through the property investment and property services boutiques, as well as diversified strategic investments. The company was founded in 1998, and Motseng, has grown its service offering into property management, facilities management, property investments…
DOING THIS DIFFERENTLY
Originally formed through a partnership with Marriott Properties in 2002, Motseng Investment Holdings bought out its independence after only two years, only two years. “At Motseng, growth is not only concerned with business growth, it’s about skills growth and it’s about doing things differently, smarter and better,” for Motseng Managing Director, Dumisane Malinga…
10 YEARS OF REMARKABLE GROWTH
In 2008 Motseng celebrated a decade in business having started in 1998 as a Youth Investment group.
Motseng Property Group attains new FM standard, SANS 1752
As the Motseng Investment Holdings (MIH) group celebrates its 20-year anniversary, we are proud to launch the diversified Motseng Property Group (MPG) entering the Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) sector. MPG is taking on the IFM sector by bringing together subsidiary companies such as Motseng Facilities Management, Motseng Property Services…
Leveraging young management with entrepreneurial flair
In human terms, the average three-year-old is undergoing the transition from a toddler to a young child. Comparatively, the three-year-old Motseng Property Group (Proprietary) Limited, which constitutes the property management and related services arm of Motseng Investment Holdings (Proprietary) Limited (“MIH”) and currently has assets of R2,6 billion under its watchful eye, is remarkably mature…
LAUNCH OF MPAMOT
We are delighted and proud to formally announce the launch of MPAMOT. Motseng Women Investments (Pty) Ltd, a newly created 100% Black Woman Owned associate of Motseng Group acquired MPA (Malani Padayachee and Associates) an engineering consulting firm. As the new MPA entity we acquired 100% of MPAMOT...
SAPOA / NAAQS
Women's month webinar
SAPOA / NAASQS Women's Month Webinar hosted by Puseletso Dube.
SECRETS OF SUCCESS
WITH OLETILWE MOGASHOA
Our greatest opportunity now is to find a way to review, rebuild and restart our lives after COVID-19. Listen to our CEO talking with Oletilwe Mogashoa of Secrets to Success.
Triumphant Zoe webinar on Gender Mainstreaming in Property
CAN PROPERTY BEAT OTHER INVESTMENTS POST COVID-19?
Our CEO @PeleMkhari sharing her property views on the state of property investment post Covid-19.
SMART DIGITAL WOMEN
IN LEADERSHIP SERIES
Digital transformation in the property industry is a topical conversation. Listen to our CEO sharing her thoughts in the Smart Digital Women in Leadership Series.
MOTSENG'S LEADING LADY
Chief Executive Officer of Motseng Investment Holdings and SAPOA Board Member Ipeleng Mkhari is a pioneering entrepreneur and an asset to the property industry. She established Phosa Iliso CCTV, the first black woman-owned and managed CCTV business, and subsequently co-founded the Motseng Investment Holdings Group in 1998 with Sandile Nomvete…