About Ipeloz Fuels

Ipeloz Fuels (Pty) Ltd. was established in 2018 to offer fuels and lubricant products within the agricultural, mining and construction sectors. We are a level 1 BBBEE, 51% woman-black owned and 49% black youth owned business


Ipeloz Fuels is fully committed to supplying and delivering the highest quality petroleum and lubricant products to the sectors on a national footprint. We seek to supply quality products to our customers to ensure that our clients remain sustainable, and we assist to address transformation in all sectors


Ipeloz Fuels strives to become the biggest supplier of petroleum in the North West, Gauteng and Free state regions. Our passion is to see opportunities and information in this specialized space being made available to the African communities.

Zodwa Mgcina

Managing Director

Zodwa Mgcina

Zodwa Mgcina was born in the Free State in a place called Bethlhem, Bohlokong township and was raised in the North west province in Klerksdorp, Matlosana. Zodwa has 6 years experience in Sales within the furniture industry, she later moved to Sales and Distribution in the FMCG space and has been in the field for the past 7 years.

"I have been exposed to the Wholesale and Retail space in both furniture companies and non-alcoholic beverage companies for most of my professional life. Being exposed to interacting with end user customers, suppliers and manufacturers has afforded me the experience I have gained to impart my expertise in the areas I provide services. Also, it has given me the opportunity to impart knowledge and skills to the youth especially the underprivileged young men and women in and around the townships I am working with. This is to ensure that the youth I come in contact with are afforded an opportunity to compete on all platforms globally."

Tsholo Mokobe

Marketing Director

Tsholo Mokobe

Thsolo Mokobe was born and raised in Cape Town, in Gugulethu township. Tsholo has over 13 years experience in Sales and marketing and has vast knowledge of, and exposure to the Agricultural sector.

His style of conducting business derives from his interactions and relationships he has built over many years, with people from the rural and township communities. Hence, he engages the private sector in order to secure invests for his rural and township development projects. This is to ensure that the communities receive exposure and assistance so they can be competitive at a global scale.