To protect and manage the Royal Bafokeng community’s assets in order to provide predictable income and capital growth for the intergenerational benefit of the Bafokeng nation
We operate ethically and execute with integrity. We embrace and drive positive change. Trust and respect (tlhompo) are central to all our relationships
To deliver sustainable and predictable income and capital growth to service the intergenerational development needs of the Bafokeng community
We are long-term & prudent investors.
Royal Bafokeng Holdings (RBH) is an African community investment company which,
together with its sole shareholder, the Royal Bafokeng Nation Development Trust (RBNDT
or the Trust), is entrusted with the unique responsibility of preserving and growing the
financial capital of the Royal Bafokeng Nation (RBN) and ensuring its long-term future.
RBH manages a portfolio with a net asset value of approximately R29 billion (as at December 2016) consisting of listed and unlisted assets in a diverse range of sectors, including infrastructure, property, financial services, telecoms, resources and industrials, located in diverse geographies.
To read more about our investments read our annual review.
A progressive, dynamic & thriving community.
The RBN has a long history of envisioning a better future for its people and taking
innovative action to achieve it, since the time of Kgosi Mokgatle, who reigned from 1834 to 1891. Steadfast to his vision for the nation, its members
worked patiently together, pooled their resources and used it to buy back the land the Bafokeng had occupied and cultivated for centuries.
Kgosi Mokgatle could never have imagined what the full impact of this innovative approach would be when the world’s
largest deposits of platinum group metals were discovered on this hard-earned land 33 years after his death.
Once again, his successors had to call on all the resources available to them to ensure the nation would retain and benefit from these mineral deposits. Their efforts, to protect and grow the nation’s hard-won wealth, made it possible to foresee a future for the Bafokeng as a progressive, dynamic and thriving community, as described in RBN’s developmental agenda, Plan 35.