"Development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
- Our Common Future, Brutland Report, 1987

Reunert’s sustainability strategy focuses on an ethical culture, stakeholder relationships and increasing awareness of how the group implements its responsibilities as a corporate citizen.

Under this section of the website you will find more information on our approach to society and the environment.

For more on our 2018 performance go to the Transformation and Sustainability Overview in our 2018 Integrated Report (pages 46-64).

Reunert is a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series following the December 2018 index review.

Supplementary reports


Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy

Reunert has a zero tolerance policy for unethical business conduct and complies with the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act No 12 of 2004.

The offering, giving, facilitating, soliciting or receiving of any form of bribe is prohibited.

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Aids/HIV Policy

All group companies have introduced an Aids/HIV policy based on guidelines issued by Reunert. It is group policy not to discriminate against anyone who may be HIV positive and all employees who have tested positive are counselled. The majority of companies in the group provide their own intervention programmes which will include awareness campaigns, voluntary testing and access to counselling. HIV positive employees are supported by their medical-aid schemes or through programmes provided by the Department of Health.

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Reunert Board Charter

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Terms of Reference for:


Board Policies

Board Director Appointments PDF 392KB
Balance of Power PDF 433KB
Induction of Board Directors PDF 389KB
Non-executive Director Fees and Expense PDF 336KB
Non-Audit Services PDF 319KB

Environmental Policy

Reunert manages a number of businesses focused on information and communication technologies, electronics and electrical engineering. Reunert is committed to identify the impact the group and its operations has on the environment and to minimise this impact. Reunert will also identify the potential impact the environment could have on Reunert and its operations.

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Human Rights Policy

Reunert is committed to the protection and advancement of internationally proclaimed human rights wherever we operate and within our sphere of influence. Our business conduct is guided by the provisions of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organisation core labour standards.

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Health and Safety Policy

People are important to us and their safety is non-negotiable. The Reunert group and its operations are therefore committed to ensuring it will conduct itself in a way that is healthy and safe in all its spheres of activity.

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Whistle Blowing Policy

Reunert has a whistle-blowing programme that gives employees and suppliers the opportunity to anonymously report perceived cases of unethical practice.

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Corporate Social Investment

Reunert's corporate social investment (CSI) focus is on the education of youth and the improvement of mathematics, science and accounting. The majority of CSI funding goes towards the Reunert College, the group's flagship project, and the Nashua Children's Charity Foundation (NCCF).

The Reunert College

The Reunert College was established in 1993 and forms part of a proud tradition in Reunert of investing in education, technological innovation and industrial entrepreneurship. The College has two campuses - one in Boksburg and the other in Alrode, Alberton. Through guidance and tutoring, essential life and social skills are entrenched, building towards successful careers in accounting or applied maths and science. Learners rewrite the subjects through the IEB matric exam. Successful participants can secure bursaries to study further and potentially gain employment in either Reunert or within industry. For more on the Reunert College go to their website.

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Nashua Children's Charity Foundation

The Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation (NCCF), a non-profit organisation, provides ~600 000 meals per month to more than 15 000 children. The NCCF purchases clothing, cleaning material and toiletries as part of its sustainable living projects. It focuses on education opportunities through the provision of school uniforms, stationary and educational equipment. Beneficiaries are treated to various outings, including sponsored trips to Sun City, the zoo and numerous shopping excursions. The NCCF’s BBBEE SED rating is 100%. For more about the NCCF and its work view this video and brochure.

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Archived Sustainability Reports


This report conveys Reunert’s approach to providing for a sustainable future, and towards responsible corporate citizenship during the financial year ended 30 September 2014.

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The 2013 sustainability report contains additional information to that provided in Reunert’s 2013 annual integrated report. Therefore this report should be read in conjunction with the integrated report as well as the GRI Index.

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The 2012 responsibility report contains additional information to that provided in Reunert’s 2012 annual integrated report. Therefore this report should be read in conjunction with the integrated report as well as the GRI Index.

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The 2011 responsibility report contains additional information to that provided in Reunert’s 2011 annual integrated report. Therefore this report should be read in conjunction with the integrated report as well as the GRI Index.