Featured on Forbes Africa Cover before 30 and named ‘Entrepreneur for the World 2014’ by the World Entrepreneurship Forum, Rapelang is a seasoned technology entrepreneur.
She founded Rekindle Learning, a learning technology company that provides learning and performance support tools that improve the efficiency with which we learn, and reduce time to competency in corporate and academic environments.
Redkindle Learning was profiled in the McKinsey report Lions go Digital as a ‘striking innovation’ in mobile learning.
Rapelang’s entrepreneurial journey was launched when she co-founded Yeigo, an innovative start-up that developed some of the world’s earliest mobile VoIP applications, straight after university.
She serves as the Chairperson for Moro Group, an ICT and payment services group headquartered in Botswana as well as for Generation Ubuntu, an NGO providing lifesaving holistic care to children living with HIV. She also sits on the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council for Software and Society as well as the Global Knowledge Networks Advisory Board that oversees all councils and think tanks of the forum.
in 2017, she has been appointed as Chief Digital Officer to BCX, a South African technology company, where she is responsible for driving innovation.
Rapelang was also selected as a Harambe Associate of the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance and an Endeavour ‘high impact’ entrepreneur.