According to the UN Environmental Programme, the property sector currently contributes 30% of global annual greenhouse emissions (GHG) and consumes around 40% of the world’s energy.

Legacy Building

for our future generations.

The Motseng family shares a common purpose – to deliver lasting commercial, social and environmental benefit. As such, Motseng’s ESG principles are heavily aligned to its Corporate Social Investment (CSI) contributions and is proactively involved in advancing the education of previously disadvantaged individuals, especially women.

Motseng is committed to making an impact as a socially responsible corporate citizen. This commitment is supported by a deep moral conviction and a determination to develop a sustainable business practice that support not only our own growth, but uplifts the communities in which we operate as well. Motseng proactively provides graduates with the opportunity of adding real-time experience to their CVs, through its internship programme.

Community Focus

corporate social responsibility

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Communities helped

The following videos outline the extensive work that Motseng is doing in the Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) space.

Enterprise Supplier Development

Women in Arts and Culture

Ever mindful of its ability to encourage and support others, Motseng has sponsored the Women in Opera gala concert for 4 years in a row (2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019).

As an organisation that is a strong proponent of Sustainability, ESG is a thread that weaves through everything we do at Motseng. In order for us to demonstrate leadership in this regard, the focus on ESG is high on our sustainability agenda, especially where renewable energy and infrastructure rebuilding can be used to actively address social inequalities such as housing, food and livelihoods as well. As a member of the UN WEP family, our goal is to continue to engender a wider sense of stewardship for the natural environment, with all our stakeholders and community around us.

Enviromental Focus


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Communities helped