The RBNDT spends an estimated R400 to R600 million annually on the social transformation of Morafe (community).
At RBH we have a dual stakeholder engagement role. Not only do we need to build relations based on trust with RBH’s stakeholders, we also need to support our community.
This is achieved by proactively telling their story and the lessons we learn on our journey towards building resilience, not only in RBH’s portfolio, but also in our community.
Reputation management will always be a key objective of our stakeholder engagement strategy. Our approach to achieving this objective is to proactively build trust, raise awareness of our story and identify and align with those who share the same values.
We establish the key concerns and interests of our stakeholders through interaction with our board, our shareholder and the community.
RBH governance structures and RBH representation on the boards of investee companies are continually reviewed by the Board of directors and the Executive Committee. Alignment to changing legislation remains a priority and RBH adheres to the requirements of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008; and King IV.