Stakeholder engagement

STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT AND RESPONSIVENESS IS A MATERIAL ISSUE FOR RBPLAT

Our ability to build a stock of relationship capital depends on how effectively we can engage, listen and respond to our stakeholders and build effective relationships with them. Stakeholder relationships can affect every aspect of our business, positively or negatively, including our social licence to operate and our ability to achieve long-term sustainability.

Investor community Providers of debt Employees and unions Government and regulators Communities
  • Royal Bafokeng Holdings (RBH), Anglo American Platinum, institutional investors, retail investors and sell-side analysts
  • South African banks
Employees:
  • BRPM and Styldrift I enrolled employees, BRPM contractors and Styldrift contractors
Unions:
  • National Union of Mineworkers (NUM)
Departments:
  • Environmental Affairs, Human Settlements, Labour, Mineral Resources, Water and Sanitation
  • Royal Bafokeng Administration (RBA)
  • Rustenburg Local Municipality
  • JSE Limited
  • Royal Bafokeng Nation (RBN), the Robega, Chaneng, Rasimone and Mafenya villages
Suppliers Customers Associated stakeholders Business and joint venture partners  
  • Major suppliers, such as Eskom and Magalies Water and mining and plant-related suppliers, SMME suppliers and sub-contractors
  • Anglo American Platinum Limited
International and industry bodies:
  • International Platinum Group Metals Association (IPA)
Local industry bodies:
  • Chamber of Mines of South Africa, South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, CEO’s Forum, the media and NGOs
  • CEO’s Forum
  • The media
  • NGOs
  • Anglo American Platinum, including Rustenburg Platinum Mine, Impala Platinum Limited and neighbouring mines