In its efforts to generate income for the non governmental organisation, Phuthadikobo Museum establishes a publishing unit focused on the results of the research work done by the staff members. To this end, several titles have been published based on cultural practices of Bakgatla ba Kgafela and Batswana in general.
Phuthadikobo Museum, with its serene environment, is a host to several community projects including cases of abused children, adult education, social events and government official meetings.
Phuthadikobo Museum partners with the Department of National Museum and Monuments to conduct a major research at the sacred Modipe Hill. The research helps to preserve cutural material and years later, to designate the cultural site as a national monument.
Phuthadikobo Museum adds to its assets the Blacksmith which is donated by the Davids family.