About this report




We are pleased to present to stakeholders Reunert’s first annual integrated report,

in line with the reporting and disclosure requirements of the King Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa, 2009 (King III), the Companies Act 71 of 2008 (Companies Act) and the JSE Listings Requirements.

Reunert has made a start on its journey to comprehensive integrated reporting and disclosure will be enhanced in the coming years. Our aim is to enable our stakeholders to make a more informed assessment of the group’s ability to create and sustain value into the future.


Our hope is that this report provides the basis for meaningful dialogue with our stakeholders. We invite feedback on the format and content of our report, which can be directed to the contact persons listed on here of the audited annual financial statements.

Approval of integrated report

The board acknowledges its responsibility to ensure the integrity of the annual integrated report. The directors confirm they have assessed the content and believe the report addresses material issues and provides a fair representation of the group’s performance.

Trevor Munday
David Rawlinson
Chief executive



Combined assurance

Reunert follows a combined assurance model as introduced by the King III Code.

 Management  provides the board with assurance that risk management is integrated into day-to-day activities. Management monitors and implements internal controls through extensive processes.

 Internal audit,  which is overseen by the audit committee, provides an assessment of the effectiveness of Reunert’s system of internal control and risk management.

Our  external auditor,  Deloitte & Touche (Deloitte), expresses an opinion on the fair representation of the group’s audited annual financial statements.

The group’s audit committee is responsible for ensuring that the combined assurance model is applied to provide a coordinated approach to all assurance activities. The risk committee is responsible for ensuring that the combined assurance received is appropriate to address all the significant risks facing the company.