Precious Moloi-Motsepe was born in Soweto, South Africa where she grew up. She is a South African businesswoman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist based in Johannesburg.
She is the current chairperson of African Fashion International, AFI. Precious Moloi opened a women’s health clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa.
|Profession||Businesswoman, enterprenuer, and philanthropist|
|Place of residence||Johannesburg|
The South African businesswoman and entrepreneur, Patrice, rather keep her age private. But her husband, Patrice Tlhopane Motsepe is age 58 years old.
Precious was born into the family of a father who was a teacher and her mother served as a nurse.
She studied at University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Wits University.
After which Precious was qualified to practice as a hospital physician and general practitioner.
She is married to Patrice Motsepe, a mining billionaire businessman in South Africa.
The couple got married in 1989 and base in Johannesburg with their three (3) children.
Precious is the chairperson of AFI, the owner, and host of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion weeks both here in South Africa and Africa at large.
The company’s objective is to develop and promote fashion in South African and Africa at large. They also have the aim of bringing it into the mainstream.
The company also partners with companies and the government. With this, they bring together fashion designers, media, retailers, and consumers.
The fashion designers in return get media publicity and then receive orders from retailers and the public.
According to Forbes Magazine, Precious Moloi’s family’s wealth is estimated to be around US$2.5 billion.
Together with her husband, they were the wealthiest black couple in South Africa.
The couple revealed that they plan on donating half of their wealth to Charity.
To contact Precious Moloi, you can go through any of the details provided below.
- Websites: www.iwfsa.co.za
- Twitter: @PreciousMotsepe
She is the founder of the Motsepe Family Foundation (1999). In 2017, Precious Moloi was leading the Foundation.
Her strong interest in fashion came real after she founded Africa Fashion Internationa in 2007.
The organization has the objective of encouraging young designers in South Africa.
She was also in-charge and managed the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
She left the Cape Town event in 2017 following a high wind in March and rescheduled for the following month, April.
In November 2019, she was announced to become the chancellor of the University of Cape Town on the 1st of January 2020.
Her career kicked off in medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Precious is a Patron of Birdlife South Africa and also a Patron of Child Welfare South Africa.
She was the president of the Cancer Association of South Africa. Precious Moloi is a lifetime member of the association.
She is also a board member of Synergos.