RDC Property Group

rdc@rdc.bw

RDC PROPERTY GROUP

governance

RDC believes that robust corporate governance and comprehensive disclosures serve the long-term interest of the Company and all its stakeholders. RDC maintains a governance structure with meaningful Board Sub-Committees guided by formalised and up to date policies.

our POLICIES INCLUDE

AML-CTF Policy

29 November 2022

Code of Ethics

29 November 2022

Communication Policy

5 January 2022

Compliance Policy

5 January 2022

Conflict and Complaint Resolution Policy

29 November 2022

Corporate Social Investment Policy

29 November 2022

Delegation of Authority Policy

5 January 2022

Information Technology Charter and Policy

5 January 2022

Risk Management Policy and Plan

5 January 2022

Securities Dealing Policy

11 November 2022

Stakeholder Engagement Policy

2 January 2022

Board Charter

29 November 2022

The Board Sub-Committees include:
Audit and Risk
Environmental Social & Governance
Property and Investment
Renumeration and Nomination
RDCBW

All committees have clear terms of reference, engaged and informed chair-persons and members and meet regularly.

RDC conducts business with integrity and its leadership operates on strong ethical foundations. The board directs strategy and operations to build a sustainable business while considering the long- term impact on the environment. Our corporate structure, business, operations and disclosure practices have been strictly aligned to our corporate governance policies. Transparency, accountability, fairness and intensive communication with stakeholders are integral to our functioning. 

The board ensures that RDC acts as a responsible corporate citizen by adhering to corporate governance policies. The board is aware that stakeholders’ perceptions affect RDC’s reputation. The board acts as the custodian for corporate governance. 

The Group has adopted King Code (King III) as the framework for corporate governance. RDC has applied the guidelines as entrenched in the revised Botswana Stock Exchange listing rules in so far as appropriate and practical for a company of its size. The implications of the King IV guidelines have also been considered by the directors as we believe that King IV promotes transparency and considers the challenges and realities of today’s business environment.