Rebamoratiwa Property Investment Holdings and Mike Masemola strongly believe in community and giving back. Their developments have been focussed on areas needing upliftment, bringing jobs to the community during development and employment in the retail centres after development.

In addition to this focus there are other projects that they have been involved in.


The land behind the Moratiwa Crossing Shopping Mall has been leased to members of the Blind Community in the area, at no cost, to allow them to grow vegetables. Many of these are matriculants of the School for the Blind. This is a job creation and community development.

Members of the Blind Community and RPIH on handover day.

Jafta Mosemola speaking to the Community about his plans.

Kängaru Foundation

How do you communicate with a child who cannot see and who cannot hear?

This is the mission of Sam Boshielo, director of the Foundation. The aim of the foundation is give quality of life to severely disabled individuals.

In 2011 the Känguru Institute for the Disabled began the Känguru Home for Disabled Children in Klipriver (Gauteng). The Känguru Home is run entirely by South African staff, according to a concept signed by the board of directors of the Känguru Institute for the Disabled. All of the Känguru Institute’s future activities will start from this Home. The institute is supported by a German organisation IFB Inklusion durch Förderung und Betreuung e.V. who provide training and assistance to the South African staff.

Mike supports this institute both financially and with his heart, arranging visits to the Institute for his family and friends to understand the enormity of the disabilities managed there.

Youth development

Mike supports his community and neighbours. All the retail centres pictures on this site were taken by a young school boy. Just sixteen, Greg’s passion for photography is reflected in the quality of shots on this website.

Although school and sport come first – leisure moments are spent perfecting his craft. He recently took a loan to buy a drone and is hoping to recover the costs of this through videos. Instead of using a professional photographer, Mike elected to support Greg in his mission. The photographs and videos speak for themselves.

Rebamoratiwa Property Investment Holdings have awarded 2 students a full sponsorship to further their studies with Limkokwing University in Botswana.

  • 1 student is studying  (3 year) Degree in Fashion Design.
  • Another student is studying (3 year) Degree in Public Relations.