Paying homage to Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi's 20 year reign
The RBN is endowed with a history of great leaders who were able to craft a compelling vision for their people and translate this into a transformative plan towards the future.
In keeping with this proud legacy, Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi has built from Vision 2020, his brother Kgosi Lebone II’s ambitious plan and extended it as conceptualised in the Plan ’35. This was born from the realisation that we need to do more to survive; we need to grow in health, wealth, knowledge, skills and enterprise.
“Inspired by the best legacies of my forebears, we will strive to meet our responsibilities to future generations. We will not shy away from things that may not reward us with an immediate dividend, but that do offer long-term security. We will not address the needs and wants of today at the expense of the long-term interests of the community.”
Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi in his speech at the official opening of the RBN Supreme Council,
18 February 2010
With Kgosi as the Founding Chairman, RBH has embarked on a diversification journey since 2007 to protect and grow the wealth entrusted to it by the RBN. Through prudent management the investment portfolio has grown to R30 billion.
As we pay homage to Kgosi’s 20 years of reign in 2020, we recognise the need to find smart solutions to meet the challenges that lie before us. Our commitment as RBH is to facilitate the realisation of RBN’s Vision 2035 to be “a relevant and innovative African community in a changing world”, taking the long-term view of things whilst remaining accountable.