Founded in 2007 by Rod Stainton, Rokwil Property Development is an entrepreneurial property company with diverse specialities including:

  • Property development (commercial, industrial and retail),

  • Property management, and

  • Civils & earthworks

Our energetic and experienced professional team focuses on converting possibilities into reality with innovative, out-of-the-box thinking. Rod’s ability to find unique solutions for each of our client’s specific needs (whether leasing, turn-key or land sale), coupled with our team’s consistent drive to timeously deliver quality projects, has created a steady stream of development and investment opportunities.

Rokwil’s company ethos, which is monitored and implemented in each of our projects, includes our commitment to working closely with local communities and empowering the previously disadvantaged within the South African context.

Our team has more than 250 staff across different divisions including engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, finance and legal specialists.



Nhlalenhle Security Services (NSS)
NSS receives business support from Rokwil in
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Do More Love
Rokwil contributed to the Do More Love campaign by donating funds in order to
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I Love Sewing
I Love Sewing is a skill development, CSR initiative that has been undertaken by Rokwil
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Victims Of Crime Centre
Rokwil assisted in jump starting the Victim of Crime Centre in Hammarsdale where victims
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Stone Masons
The Stone Mason initiative was undertaken in order to assist with the skill development of
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Toolbox Training
Training regarding the indigenous plants on Keystone Park is carried out in order to
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Rokwil participates in the annual Hill2Hill cycling race that runs through Keystone Park,
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Rokwil Sponsored Soccer Team
Rokwil assisted the Hammarsdale community
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Rokwil Sponsored Polocrosse Team
Rokwil sponsored a Polocrosse Team that
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Academic Assistance
Rokwil is currently in the process of helping multiple students with their undergraduate
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